Christians People of all Christian denominations pray to God the Father. Many will also pray to Jesus or the Holy Spirit, as they believe in the Trinity, i.e., that Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are all God, though distinct in personhood. Some Christians, such as Catholics, Orthodox and Copts (and some Anglicans), will ask the saints for prayers just as they would ask any person of faith for prayer (properly speaking, they do not pray tosaints); this practice of seeking the prayers of saints is rejected by other Christian denominations. Other religionsMuslims pray only to God/Allah. Jews pray only to God/Adonai (Lord). Zoroastrians believe in only one God, called Ahura Mazda (Wise Lord) and all prayer is directed to Him. Sikhs believe in only one God, who is without form or gender; all prayer is to God. Hindus believe in one God (Brahma); the various Hindu gods represent different expressions of Brahma. Praying to one of these gods e.g. Vishnu is simply focussing on a certain characteristic of Brahman The Bahá'íalso pray to one God; the Bahá'í hold that all the different names for God are, in reality, simply expressions of the same one God and Creator of the Universe. Buddhists do not believe in any particular god and so, properly speaking, meditate rather than pray. Jains do not believe in God, or gods, in the way other religions do. However, they believe in perfect beings who are worthy of devotion. Jain prayers are along the lines of remembering the qualities of these perfect beings. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jehovah's Witnesses pray to the Father, named in The Bible, Jehovah. They pray through his son, Jesus Christ, who the Bible calls the mediator between God and man.
Jews pray to God.
He knew to pray from the start as he was the son of god he knew to pray.
Muslims, Islamic people. pray to Allah, whom they believe is god.
Usually, no, although there are exceptions to the general rule. Based on recent studies of the religious beliefs of scientists from a variety of fields, most scientists are significantly less religious than non-scientists.
They pray to God, Whom they believe Is Father, Son(Jesus), Haile Sellasie, & the Holy Spirit.
Muslims pray to God (Allah) the one and only one God, the Creator. They face the Kaba, in Mecca Saudi Arabia, when they pray.
for catholics its jesus. i am a catholic myself and still learning
According to whom? - Please note that different religious groups have different views on significant details about the final judgment.
Morality has a religious basis of right and wrong, whereas an ethical basis is regarding whom it affects and how so.
He prayed to Athena
Pennsylvania extended religious liberty to all inhabitants of the state.
The symbol of a Watchtower (found on most literature printed by Jehovah's Witnesses) is the corporate logo of the Watchtower and Bible Tract Society. The Watchtower not a religious symbol.Unlike many christian denominations for whom the cross is regarded as a religious symbol, Jehovah's witnesses do not use any symbols or icons in their worship since they view this as idolatry*.
Drama was originally used for religious ceremonies Drama was originally used for religious ceremonies
Yes. Lebanon is a parliamentary republic with a Prime Minister, whom by convention is always a Sunni Muslim. To prevent religious conflict, different high-ranking positions in the government are always given to specific religious groups.
From whom, pray? France is a country that just grew, not somebody's colony which broke free.
The Buddha's first pupils were ascetics whom he originally studied under.
religious freedom roger williams
By whom? - Some books in the Bible are disputed, in the sense that some religious groups consider them to be Holy Scripture, others not. It is not always clear why different Christian denominations (or non-Christians, for that matter) decide to include one book of the Bible in the canon, and not another one; this may just have been a historical decision, made by a group of religious leaders. In any case, the corresponding Wikipedia article lists some details about the history of the Book of Enoch, if you want to research a bit more.
St. Jude the Saint of whom it is said could make the impossible possible!
No. To whom would God pray? He is the Creator and King and Ruler of all. There is nobody above nor like Him. God has no need to pray. He is beyond perfect and powerful. In fact, He does not need us in order for Him to survive, though we need Him in order for us to survive.
Zionism is a nationalist movement as opposed to a religion or religious movement. It derives from the ethnic nature of the term "Jew" as opposed to the religious nature of the term "Jew". There are many Jewish supporters of Zionism, some of whom pray in synagogues and others who are entirely secular. There are also Christian Zionists who usually worship in churches. There are also Muslim Zionists who usually worship in mosques, but Islamic Zionism is usually taboo in most Muslim countries. Druze Zionists pray with other Druze, etc.
A sermon is religious orientated speech, usually given by a minster, whom is a person and normally a recognized religious official.
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