Ancient Egyptian belief

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  • Describe three features or tenets of the chosen religion.
  • Mention any written works and prophets.
  • Share how this religion compares to your religion or beliefs, even if you do not have a chosen "religion."
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    • Deities: The Ancient Egyptians believed that the forces of nature themselves were gods.
    • Ma'at: This is the Ancient Egyption belief that there was a fixed, eternal order to the universe that was constantly threatened with disorder.
    • Afterlife: The Egyptions believed in the afterlife. They also believed in a soul, which they called "ka".
    The Egyptians didn't have a single unified written work, such as the Bible, but they produced many religious writings. They also didn't have prophets, but believed in the divine power of the pharaoh to guide them.
    I am agnostic, so while I do believe that there are some things unexplainable by science, I do not believe in the Ancient Egyptian interpretation. 

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