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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 when they die. My faith is more of a relationship with God; more than it is a religion, my faith is a way of life directed by God’s word, The Holy Spirit, as a result of what Jesus Christ did on the cross for me to forgive me of my sins, and make me right in the eyes of God. 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. ~ Bill Greguska

 

 

  1. Apologetics
  2. Baptism
  3. Bible
  4. Bible Verses
  5. Church
  6. Christianity
  7. Demons
  8. Doctrine
  9. End Times
  10. Ethics
  11. Evangelism
  12. Family
  13. God
  14. Heresies
  15. Holy Spirit
  16. Jesus
  17. Man
  18. Marriage
  19. Occult
  20. Pastors
  21. People
  22. Prayer
  23. Philosophy
  24. Questions
  25. Religions
  26. Salvation
  27. Sanctification
  28. Science
  29. Sexuality
  30. Sin
  31. Skeptics Ask
  32. Theology


 

 

 


 

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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:

  1. Christianity (2.1 billion)
  2. Islam (1.3 billion)
  3. Nonreligious (Secular/Agnostic/Atheist) (1.1 billion)
  4. Hinduism (900 million)
  5. Chinese Traditional (394 million)
  6. Buddhism 376 million
  7. Primal-indigenous (300 million)
  8. African traditional and Diasporic (100 million)
  9. Sikhism (23 million)
  10. Juche (19 million)
  11. Spiritism (15 million)
  12. Judaism (14 million)
  13. Bahai (7 million)
  14. Jainism (4.2 million)
  15. Shinto (4 million)
  16. Cao Dai (4 million)
  17. Zoroastrianism (2.6 million)
  18. Tenrikyo (2 million)
  19. Neo-Paganism (1 million)
  20. Unitarian-Universalism (800,000)

Stephen Juan, Ph.D., is an anthropologist at the University of Sydney.

 


 

 

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The Information Below Found In The Britannica.com

  1. African
  2. Anatolian
  3. Ancient Iranian
  4. Arabian
  5. Baltic
  6. Buddhism
  7. Calvinism
  8. Celtic
  9. Christianity
  10. Confucianism
  11. Daoism
  12. Eastern Orthodoxy
  13. Eastern rite church
  14. Egyptian
  15. Finno-Ugric
  16. Germanic and mythology
  17. Greek
  18. Hellenistic
  19. Hinduism
  20. Islam
  21. Jainism
  22. Judaism
  23. Mesopotamian
  24. Middle Eastern
  25. Mormon
  26. Mystery
  27. Native American
  28. New movement
  29. Old Catholic church
  30. Orphic
  31. Prehistoric
  32. Protestantism
  33. Protestant Heritage
  34. Roman Catholicism
  35. Roman
  36. Shintō
  37. Sikhism
  38. Slavic
  39. Syrian and Palestinian
  40. Vedic
  41. Wicca
  42. Zoroastrianism

 

 


 

 

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