What are some similar activities that the 5 pillars have to other religions?
Examples from two other religions. Firstly, Christianity.
Many Christians recite the Nicene Creed, which states "We believe in one God" and goes on to say Christ his son but also indivisible from Him.
Prayer is central to Christian practice and the Bible has many verses on the necessity and value of prayer.
There is no month of fasting in Christianity but there are many Bible verses on the value of fasting. Catholicism adopted a practice of refraining from meat on Fridays, and fasting was practiced on pilgrimage. Lent would involve giving up something, often a favourite food, to commemorate Christ's 40-day fast.
Giving to the poor is expected of Christians, with many Bible verses on it. Some denominations formalised this in a practice called "tithing", where worshippers had to give 10% of their income to the church, which (in theory) the church would use to help the poor.
Pilgrimage was important to most Christian denominations before the Reformation, and still is for many. Pilgrimages would be made to shrines containing relics of saints. Pilgrimages were also (and still are) made to the Holy Land, to see Jerusalem and other places connected to the life of Christ.
Secondly, Buddhism. As Buddhism does not have a personal creator God, this is a bit different, but there are parallels.
Millions of Buddhists recite the Buddha Vandana (praises to the Buddha) daily, which includes the line "all my life I go for Refuge to the Buddha" and "refuge supreme is there for me".
The Buddha recommended daily meditation, which can be seen as equivalent to prayer as it is about trying to link the individual to the transcendental.
Fasting is an important practice for many Buddhists. For example, Tibetan monks and nuns fast from noon until bedtime. There are a Tibetan Buddhist practice involving total fasting (even from water) on intermittent days.
The Buddha laid down 5 ethical precepts for his disciples to follow, the 2nd of which calls for "open-handed generosity". This is called Dana, and is a very important practice for Buddhists.
Many Buddhists go on pilgrimage to sites associated with the Buddha and the Bodhisattvas (loosely, the Buddhist equivalent of saints). The most important place of pilgrimage is Bodh Gaya, the place where the Buddha found enlightenment.
Yes, if you wish to do so. Though not all academics would or do agree over such matters.
They are the same because the five pillars are acts of worship that all Muslims must carry out.
Well like Islam, its a abrahamic religion and shares the same principles as Christianity.
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Confucianism & Taoism are complementary to each other.
Both Christianity and Islam are daughter-religions of Judaism. See also the Related Link. Did Judaism influence Islam?
The Ten Commandments are found in the Hebrew Bible or Old Testament under the Book of Exodus. They are a list of ten commandments or guidelines to live by dealing with one's relationship to God and relationship to one another. The Ten Commandments are read as guidelines for three major world religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. These three religions follow these guidelines as well as other doctrine in their particular religion. Other religions have similar… Read More
Judaism, Christianity, Sikhism, Zoroastrianism, & Baha'i.
Catholic religion and Greek Christianity are somewhat similar, but other Greek religions are not similar to the Catholic religion.
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All branches of Christianity. The commandments are the basic code of behavior for Christians. Other religions have similar principles, but not as the 10 commandments
They all claim to be the true religion.
No, not all religions recognize an activity equal to Christian Baptism (water immersion or ritual washing). However, there are some that have similar activities; such as Judaism's purification rites which predate Christian Baptism. "Baptism" can also refer generally to an initiation ceremony or rite of passage. Just as in Christian theology Baptism is a ceremony for the rite of admission (or membership) in the Universal Church, some other religions have their own rites of admission… Read More
The same? None. But, there are similar religions (by similar, I mean also believe in only one God): Christianity, Islam
A 3-pronged fork, similar to the fork that the Devil has in other religions.
There are many diffrent religions, each of which have other branches of a similar faith. The main religions are: Christianity (protestant,catholic,methodist) Islam, Hinduism, Budism, Siehkism
chimps are very similar to humans as they have a developed brain (like humans) than any other animal...so they do similar activities like human
"Scriptures" refers to written works done in 'script' as opposed to religions spread by word of mouth or using pictures or hieroglyphs. If you want to know how christian myth is similar to other religions myths, you'd have to word that differently
A: Christianity teaches much the same moral principles as other religions. The Christian Golden Rule is "Do unto others as you would they do unto you." Similar edicts, such as "Do not do unto others that which you would not want done to you," are found in other religions. There are differences in the ways in which morals are expressed, from one religion to another, but there is no distinction between the Christian moral standard… Read More
Ummm... Similar to what, exactly? There are different versions of the Bible, in the sense that several Christian groups (and a few non-Christian groups, such as Judaism) differ in what books they consider to be "canon", that is, what books are included in the Bible. Other religions (non-Christians) have their own Holy Scripture, but those are different books, and they are not called "Bible". You would have to make up your own mind as to… Read More
Christianity as a theological construct is relatively unique. There are an incredible variety of Christian sects that have a number of different internal structures, but have several consistent traits which do not appear in most other faiths. The most similar religions to Christianity are Judaism and Islam due to the concepts of monotheism, prophecy, divine intercession, and general legacy/scriptural connections.
Hinduism is very different from other religions in its belief and faiths, Hinduism focuses on Caste system to sustain society and civilisation. Hinduism also focuses on monoetheitic god despite of thousands of Incarnation (avatāra) of the creator.
What causes munchies Can people get it without smoking such as by campfires What are other activities that can give similar effects and do they work on similar principles eg. metabolism?
What causes the normal, midnight munchies?
Yes and no. It's not a real religion. It is more of lifestyle- a way to live. There's no god in Confucianism. However, Ethics (the main teaching of Confucianism) are moral codes to follow that are similar to the codes you are supposed to follow in several other religions. -Bigbadwolf333
The similarities of Buddhism to other religions falls off shortly after the concept that people can improve themselves and make themselves better. Unlike other religions Buddhism: has no god(s) has no set o do's and don'ts like the ten commandments has no judgment day has no creation myth has no prayers for help or intervention let's people find their own path though lfe
They created the alphabet so they could have a source of communication. They had this source of communication to communicate with other religions such as the Greek who had a similar alphabet.
Although India's religion has been described as polytheistic, most Hindus believe in one main god. So it is like the monotheistic religions of the world. The emphasis on scripture study also makes it similar to Western religions. Holy men are believe to incarnate on earth to help people trapped in the material world so it is similar to religions with prophets and messiahs. The Hindu pantheon has some of the original Aryan gods who are… Read More
I believe that many of the tribal religions were developed out of necessity. If you consider being isolated from other cultures, many tribes had to come up with reasons for sickness and war. Just like in other cultures today, people need something to believe in. Many of the early religions started because of myths and legends of the Earth's creation and the afterlife. No one in history wanted to believe that things just stopped after… Read More
No two religions are exactly the same, however East Asia and India have very similar religions. Buddhism and Hinduism are the two major religions in this area. However, there are many other religions that many countries in this region share, for example, Taoism, Jainism, Sikhism, and even Islam and Christianity although these are places we normally wouldn't associate these religions with. While the specifics of these religions are drastically different, many of the underlying factors… Read More
No, but the similar word "diurnal" means adjusted to a day-night schedule, where most activities are performed only in one or the other.
The Puritans of Pennsylvania were called Quakers. The Quakers were a group with very similar beliefs that broke off from the Puritan church.
They are metaphorically referred to as "pillars" because they are the basic tenets or principles ("underpinnings") on which the religion is based. They "support" the other theological and societal aspects.
The reason they are similar is due to the fact creation and this question proves it that it is a "universal" truth and that God is the "creator" of all things and this is why there is a similarity. That is what is called an validation of an "undeniable" truth.
It is a card very similar to traditional playing cards, but larger and with different designs. It is used in fortune-telling and other occult activities.
Faith in One supreme God, Believing that god is responsible for natural disaster. Non violence, Lessons of kindness & helpfulness.
because some religions, hate other religions or something like that "no clue"
If you mean Taoism, then one of the other religions is Budhaism.
Like other religions, Wicca has holy days (holidays), a set of basic tenets, a cosmology that explains the creation and continued function of the universe, a deity (in Wicca's case a God and Goddess) that should be revered and honored by practitioners, prayer (though some Wiccans prefer not to use the word prayer for personal reasons). Most similar to other religions, the practice and beliefs of Wicca differ from denomination to denomination and practitioner to… Read More
They were tolerant of other religions.
Pluto (Hades' Roman name), Set, Anubis, and Baron Samedi are Dieties of the Dead/Death, just to name a few. So they are similar to the Greek God Hades.
The Romans respected other people's religions. They even adopted divinities from other religions
Hinduism and Islam are two other religions in India.
Why is there a need to respect the religions of other people
other religions don't celebrate christmas. however, some people from other religions might exchange gifts, just because they like to.
Muslims pray in Islam because it is one of the 5 pillars to pray. It is also one of the most important things in Islam that help define a Muslim and differentiates them between the other religions. Lastly, Allah ordered us to and the Prophet p.b.u.h. prayed so we follow his example.
The Romans respected other religions.
Love is such a strong force in human life, that most polytheistic religions have (had) a love goddess. Click link below and read about some of them!
Catholicism is Christianity. Catholics are Christian just as are all the other Christian religions. Catholicism is Christianity. Catholics are Christian just as are all the other Christian religions. Catholicism is Christianity. Catholics are Christian just as are all the other Christian religions. Catholicism is Christianity. Catholics are Christian just as are all the other Christian religions. Catholicism is Christianity. Catholics are Christian just as are all the other Christian religions. Catholicism is Christianity. Catholics are… Read More
Of course Catholics tolerate other religions. What a ridiculous question.