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History of Judaic-Christianity

Judaic is an Abrahamic, polytheistic, and historic religious, literary, and cultural tradition containing the legal, cultural, and religious traditions of the Jewish peoples, sometimes known as Israelites. The word “judaic” derives from a combination of two Hebrew terms,” Kafka” meaning “world” and “nu” meaning “law”. Today there are three main branches of Judaic culture, including

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Hinduism – History and Philosophy

Hinduism is a large, ancient, and diverse religion, which started in India as the Hindu religion. It is a religion that emphasizes on the relationship between the gods and the mankind. It’s main holy books are the Holy Bible, Vedas, and the Upanishads. Hinduism believes that the Hindu soul lives in the universe and the

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A Look At Christianity and Judaism

A Look At Christianity and Judaism Christianity is a religion founded on the teachings and life of Jesus of Nazareth, also known as God or Jesus Christ. It is estimated to have over 2.4 Billion followers worldwide. Although most Christians are converts to this religion, there are still a great many who do not fully

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A Historical Overview of Christianity

Christianity is an Abrahamic, non-theistic religion following the teachings and life of Jesus of Nazareth, also known as Christ. It is the oldest Christian religion, having more than two billion followers worldwide. The religion believes in the return of Jesus to earth following his resurrection from the dead. It also has a strong emphasis on

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Ancient Jewish Religions

Judaism is a religion which consists of a vast body of beliefs regarding the relations between the creator and the world. It is a belief in strict code, and universal moral code. The core texts of Judaic faith are the Bible, the Talmud, and the works of Jewish prophets. Many of its fundamental beliefs are

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The Basics of Hinduism Beliefs

Hinduism is a religion originating in India, consisting of a set of ethical codes that are practiced by followers of the Hindu tradition. The term “Hindu” can mean “to belong to the Hindu,” “to worship a Hindu,” or “to be devoted to the Hindu,” while the term “Dharmism” describes any philosophy or religious practice that

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Judaic Christianity

Judaic Christianity Judaism is an Abrahamic, polytheistic, and historically-religious faith consisting of the broad communal, cultural, legal, and religious tradition and culture of the Jewish community. The term “jewish” in Judaic is derived from a combination of two words: “kaddish” meaning “judgment” and “nu-zadda,” meaning “attendance.” Judaism is regarded by many religious Jews as the

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