All About Religion
All About Religion Or Rather A Relationship With God?
My personal view is that a person can learn all about religion, yet still not make it into heaven. My faith is more of a relationship with God; more than it is a religion.
The definition of religion is the belief in and worship of God or gods. A system of practices, beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe, especially when considered as the creation of a superhuman agency or agencies, usually involving devotional and ritual observances, and often containing a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs.
Below is some information about God and related topics that will give you more of an idea of what “Religion” or a “Relationship with God” pertains to in more detail.
- Bible Verses
- End Times
- Holy Spirit
- Skeptics Ask
How Many Beliefs Are Practiced In The World?
There are some 4,300 spiritual beliefs in the world. This is, according to Adherents, an independent, non-religiously affiliated organization that monitors the number and size of the world’s beliefs.
Nearly 75 percent of the world’s population practices one of the five most influential in the world: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism.
Christianity and Islam are the two most widely spread across the world. If all non-practicing people formed a single religion, it would be the world’s third-largest.
The World’s 20 Largest Beliefs And Their Number Of Believers Are:
- Christianity (2.1 billion)
- Islam (1.3 billion)
- Nonreligious (Secular/Agnostic/Atheist) (1.1 billion)
- Hinduism (900 million)
- Chinese Traditional (394 million)
- Buddhism 376 million
- Primal-indigenous (300 million)
- African traditional and Diasporic (100 million)
- Sikhism (23 million)
- Juche (19 million)
- Spiritism (15 million)
- Judaism (14 million)
- Bahai (7 million)
- Jainism (4.2 million)
- Shinto (4 million)
- Cao Dai (4 million)
- Zoroastrianism (2.6 million)
- Tenrikyo (2 million)
- Neo-Paganism (1 million)
- Unitarian-Universalism (800,000)
Stephen Juan, Ph.D., is an anthropologist at the University of Sydney.
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Learn More About The Different Groups Below:
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- Eastern Orthodoxy
- Eastern rite church
- Germanic and mythology
- Middle Eastern
- Native American
- New movement
- Old Catholic church
- Protestant Heritage
- Roman Catholicism
- Syrian and Palestinian