How did the religious beliefs of the Hebrew differ from other groups?
The Ancient Hebrews were monotheistic, worshipping One God only. All of the other peoples at the time had a panoply of gods.
What Members of certain religious groups whose moral or religious beliefs prevented them from fighting in a war were known as?
religious pacifist Read More
pilgrims and the congregation church Read More
Church of England and Anglicans would be most likely to share the same religious beliefs. Read More
There are many groups that have their own language, religious beliefs, and ways of life. In general these three factors are markers of a society. Read More
Because different ethnic groups have different beliefs. Read More
Please list the religions you want compared. Read More
Religious concepts are beliefs,doctrines and convictions expressed in verbal,visual or written forms by religious founders,followers or groups on Divinity.Religious concepts differ from one religious community from another in Divine precepts in existence and manifestations.Each literary era through history has expressed itself in doctrines or in literature to assert itself.They could include the commonality of religious concepts or heterogeneous beliefs and concepts in mono theism or polytheism or pantheism.It could be concepts in religious practices in… Read More
That will have to be Christianity and Muslim well mostly Christianity. Read More
All humans have disputes on numerous topics. The reason that religious groups fight so much is because they strongly believe in their religions, do not want others to have different beliefs/ spread their "wrong" beliefs, and are wiling to fight for their own beliefs. Religion is a highly important part of every culture, and often times is a very important (if not most important) part of people's lives. It is only natural to stand up… Read More
Other Protestant Christian sects or all Christians, really. Read More
Many religious groups (such as the Quakers and Puritans) formed the first 13 colonies on the basis of their religious beliefs. The original 13 colonies formed as a basis of religious freedom. Read More
Often times, the two groups have conflicting beliefs. However, sometimes, like in the U.S., you get groups that are required by law to be tolerant of each other. Read More
Yes and no. Secularism implies the absence of discrimination or bias against any religious groups, and in this way can be inclusive of all religious groups (and include atheist and agnostic beliefs, for which there are no sacred writings). By being inclusive of all religious groups, secularism can be seen as accepting all sacred writings as equally valid, without necessarily accepting any to be true. Read More
Ethnicity pertains to groups of people who share similar traits, beliefs, and cultures. They usually share the same national and religious backgrounds. Read More
They were a mixture of Puritans and Separatists. These groups were Protestant Christians that were opposed to the Anglican state church of England. Read More
There are several things common between religions groups and their beliefs and positions: All religious groups feel they are right and everyone else is wrong If a group is "religious" it has god or gods in its set of beliefs. Therefor all groups If a group has several gods or several aspects of a single god it could be Hindu, Christian, Norse, Ancient Egyptian/Roman/Greek If a group has an afterlife it could be most religions… Read More
It is an interesting notion that religious groups "speak" a language. What language does Roman Catholicism speak? What language does Buddhism speak? Some languages are particularly associated with certain religious groups, particularly when the holy writings of the group are written in particular language, but there are quite a large number of Muslims, for example, who do not speak Arabic, or Jews who do not speak Hebrew. Read More
What term refers to the learned behaviors beliefs and attitudes that characterize a society or population?
Culture refers to the learned behaviors, beliefs, and attitudes that characterize a society or population. The different customs practices by religious groups, social groups, and nationalities are part of their culture. Culture is not a biologically-inherited trait. Read More
Although a few of their members are openly Christian, Rosaline as whole does not claim to promote any particular religious groups beliefs. Read More
With great tolerance. The idea of religious warfare and repression is a product of the Judeo-Christian-Islamic religious groups which proclaimed superiority. Other ancient and modern religions generally recognised that their gods were the same, with different local names, and so did not feel it necessary to opress and try to convert the beliefs of others. Read More
Most of the population of Russia became East Orthodox christian after the Soviet Union fell. Although their is many smaller ethnic groups. Read More
What were the religious beliefs of both groups And Which group tried to convert the other one to their religion?
The spanish were christian, and the Aztecs were Mexicayotal. The spanish tried to convert the Aztecs. Read More
Radical religious terrorists groups desire to inflict fear so as to gain control over the masses. They would also like to impose their beliefs and practices on people. Read More
They believed that spirits lived in animals and plants,and they worshiped the sky and the earth they believed those were the sutainer's of life. Read More
For religious beliefs and to escape from some debt. although, some people were kicked out of their previous lands. Read More
My guess is that the decline came through the emigration of European people groups of other religious beliefs. Many of these groups came to America to find religious freedoms that they own countries did not offer, or they were forced out of the native land by famine or other forms of persecution. Read More
The 3 main religious groups are: -Christianity -Judaism (Jewish) -Islamic The previous answer is not correct. The religions listed above are the Abrahamic Religions and not the main religious groups of the world. There are literally hundreds of thousands of religious groups, and possibly thousands of "main" religious groups. Read More
Buddhism was formed on bases oh Hinduism. Also jainism & shikkhism was formed on the basis of Hinduism. Read More
In most denominations and many sects, there is a certain level of education - specifically towards religious studies. They usually also are well in-step with their groups beliefs. Read More
In sociology, you are studying various kinds of groups in a society: they might be religious groups, or ethnic groups, or socioeconomic groups, or political groups. You would be exploring their customs, rituals, beliefs, interactions within the group, interactions with outsiders, gender roles, how the group maintains its uniqueness, and how they pass on their particular cultural traditions to the next generation. Read More
Ethnic Groups: Ethnic groups are often related by closer cultural, racial, lingual and sometimes religious ties than they have with other people. They usually have a culture and a history that they can claim alone. An ethnic group is bound in definition to where they're from. Some ethnic groups are Arabs, Native Americans, Chinese, Scandinavians and others, they come from specific areas of the world. Members of an ethnic group are a people of the… Read More
Christians and Jews, but basically all religious groups Read More
It is my understanding that there is not religious freedom in communist China. I know that at least Christians (and most likely other religious groups) are persecuted and even arrested for their beliefs. Missionaries and pastors can be thrown in jail if they proclaim their religion. Though many people continue to secretly practice worship, they do so at a great risk. Read More
the first English people in the new world where puritents, Pilgrim and other religious groups that had no right to practice there beliefs in england. the came to new England for religious freedom. look at your history book (that is if your in 8th grade like me) Read More
How does Roman Catholic differ from other religious groups such as beliefs worship pratices or values?
It's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church. IF by Roman Catholic, you are referring to Latin Rite Catholics, okay, but then to whom would you like to compare them to? Read More
It has three main groups. Read More
the quakers and the puritans moved from Canada to the southern colonies in 1907-1909. The move was called the far east movement. Many settlers who found they did not like the New England religious beliefs moved southward to escape their practices. Read More
No, they are not racial groups but religious groups. Read More
The protestants make up 6 different religious groups; or denominations. The 6 different sects of the protestant religious groups are puritans, Methodists, Presbyterians, Baptists, Adventists, Pentecostals. Read More
A phenomenological community is a group of people who have shared or like-minded relationships, values, interests, beliefs and goals. The phenomenological community does not necessarily share geographical boundaries as does the geopolitical community. Examples of phenomenological communities include religious groups and social groups. Read More
I have studied and am studying world religions. I believe it is really important because it removed many stereotypes I had of many religious groups. Meeting other people of other religions is also very important because you can see that we are all humans despite our beliefs. Read More
The major religious groups were Protestant Christians, Catholics, and Quakers. Read More
After the Great Schism of 1054 when the East and West Roman Empires split religious beliefs what two main groups were the result?
The Orthodox Christians in the East and The Roman Catholics in the West. Hope this helped! OdysseyWare Read More
No. Minorities are ethnic or social groups that do not make up more than 49% of the population in the country. A heretic is someone who says things that are contrary to someone's religious beliefs. Read More
The two groups of people the word "Pilgrim" could apply to are the Quakers and the Puritans. The Quakers and the Puritans both came to the New World so that they could practice their own religious beliefs without being persecuted. Read More
the religious groups played a major rolein instigating the vietnamese against the policies of the French . one such religious movement was the scholar's revolt in 1886 . The vietnamese religious beliefs were a mix of confucianism Buddism and local practices . But with the coming of French , Christianity was introduced and over 3,00,000vietnamese people were converted into Christianity . The scholars revolt protested against this and thousands of Catholics were killed . the… Read More
some groups do not want insider status as they may oppose govt all together or feel they will have to compromise their beliefs e.g ALF. however some groups are unable to gain insider groups this could be because of the methods they practice or their beliefs. governments generally do not like to be associated with controversial groups for instance groups associated with euthanasia. other groups may be unable to gain insider groups because their beliefs… Read More
Most of the religious groups who settled in colonial Virginia were Anglicans and other Protestant denominations. Read More