Religion Essay | Semitic and Indus Root Religions

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Semitic and Indus Root Religions

Summary: The three main Semitic religions are: Christianity, Judaism and Islam. They are related by a common belief in God and the constant battle between good and evil. The main Indus root religions are: Hinduism and Buddhism. They are linked by a belief in karma. Life is regarded as a continual cycle of birth, life and re-birth) and that the deeds or desires of part lives determines persons fate in this and future lives.
Compare and contrast the Semitic and Indus root religions

The three main Semitic religions are: Christianity, Judaism and Islam. They are related by a common belief in God and the constant battle between good and evil. The main Indus root religions are: Hinduism and Buddhism. They are linked by a belief in karma. Life is regarded as a continual cycle of birth, life and re-birth) and that the deeds or desires of part lives determines persons fate in this and future lives.

One of the main similarities between the Semitic religions is that no matter how difficult the past and present may be, the three religions are hopeful about the future. Evil and suffering cannot ultimately prevail. All three religions also believe that God communicates revelations through prophets. These revelations are recorded in the Holy Scriptures of each religion. The key Scripture of Judaism is...

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