How many people follow the Muslim church?
The Muslim Church is called a mosque in the appropriate terms. A mosque is where Muslims gather and offer prayers in congregations. The greatest gatherings are on the religious days such as every friday prayer or on Eids.
How many people were killed for not followin the Church of England religion by Henry the VIII did not follow the Church of England religion?
If she's non-religious then surely she is not a Muslim. Even if she were a Muslim they could marry, I'm sure people would object but people can do anything really. There's nothing to stop them, even if they break many rules they still can do it: either she is Muslim (fully religious or missing some Islam commands and practices) then she has to follow the Islam requirement to marry only with Muslim, or she declares…
Most people would not disagree with following the moral teachings of the Church. They are much the same as those of Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism and so on. Many disagree with following the religious teachings of the Christian Church, simply because they believe them to be untrue. If one is a Muslim, Budhhist, Hindu or atheist, then the religious teachings of the Church simply do not apply.
Is it possible for two people to get married in a Christian church if one of them is not a baptized Christian?
What are some of the African traditions or carryovers that survived slavery and continue to be a part of the black church experience?
Most people in the fourteen independent countries in North Africa are Muslim. The religion they believe in is called Islam. Muslims pray to their god Allah and his prophet Muhammad five times a day facing the city of Mecca. A prophet is someone who is believed to speak for a god. The Koran is the Muslim holy book. In African countries south of the Sahara Desert, people follow many different religions. Some are Muslim, although…
Actually, their were a lot of laws that were set by the church. I do not know many, but I do know that you had to follow the church and give so much of your money to the church. Please feel free to check my answer elsewhere. The laws that you had to follow may have differed in different areas and religions.
Roman Catholic Answer The effects were dreadful. Many martyrs were created. Henry dissolved monasteries, confiscated Church property and tortured and killed all those who remained loyal to the Catholic Church and the Sacrifice of the Mass. He martyred priests, monks, nuns, and lay people. The effects were long lasting as the children of those heretics who deserted the Church to follow the crown were denied the sacraments, and many have been raised in the Church…
Syncretic. In Asia this is common; one can be a Buddhist and a Shintoist, or combine Taoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism, or one can be both a Muslim and a Hindu. In the West, this is becoming more common. The Catholic Church calls this "cafeteria spirituality" where the believer "picks and chooses" beliefs. Many people are both Christian and Buddhist, or follow New Age practices, which can blend just about everything together.
Elizabeth I was a good queen, but there are many people who would say she was not "nice." She executed and exiled people both to protect her throne and for reasons of personal jealousy. She also persecuted those who wanted to follow the Roman Catholic Church instead of the Anglican Church her father had formed.