The present and future of Religion

May 19th, 2015
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All the religions have something in common like they all have gods and have been criticized over the years. Among the religions we discussed this week.

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The present and future of ReligionAll the religions have something in common like they all have gods and have been criticized over the years. Among the religions we discussed this week, the religion I find most interesting is Hinduism. Hinduism is one of the oldest religions in the world and unlike many other religions like Islam, Christianity and Buddhism it has no known founder. It is the third largest religion in the world after Christianity and Islam. What I find most interesting about Hinduism is that followers of Hinduism worship so many Gods like Shiva, Krishna, Rama and each of them have really fascinating stories. Hindus also worship cows; they consider them very scared and may never be killed. Snakes, peacocks and elephants are also closely associated to the religion. Hindus are expected to pass through different stag

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