is likely the first and is certainly the oldest monotheistic still
practiced today. What Zoroastrian doctrines or practices can we find in
both Eastern and Western religions today? Give specific examples for at
least one Eastern and one Western religion.
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we find in both Eastern and Western religions today that The religious reasoning of Zoroaster separated the early Iranian gods.The most essential writings of the religion are those of the Avesta. In Zoroastrianism, the multifacted inventor, Ahura Mazda, through the Spenta Mainyu (Good Spirit, "Bounteous Immortals") is an all-decent "father" of Asha (Truth, "request, justice,") contrary to Druj ("deception, deceit") and no abhorrence starts from "him"."He" and his works are apparent to mankind through the six essential Amesha Spentas and the host of different Yazatas, through whom love of Mazda is at last coordinated. Spenta Mainyu bordered unto "truth" restrict the Spirit's opposite, Angra Mainyu and its strengths conceived of Akəm Manah ("abhorrent thinking").Zoroastrianism has no major religious divisions, yet it is not uniform. Advanced period impacts have a huge effect on individual and nearby convictions, practices, qualities and vocabulary, some of the time converging with custom and in different cases uprooting it.
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Aug 5th, 2015
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