Published on Tuesday, 01 January Age has not decayed it, rivals have not destroyed it. Hence, the major religion of India Latin derivative of Hindubecame to be known as Hinduism.
Introduction Today we live together with people whose customs and ways are, at first glance, strange to us. One reason for this is because these people do not belong to Christendom, but were brought up in a religion strange to us.
If we want to understand our Asian immigrants we first have to find out about their religion. In Pakistan and in large parts of the Orient, Islam is predominant; it was founded in the 6th century by a man called Mohammed.
At that time Mecca was a thriving city of trade upon the 'spice route' between Syria and India, and was therefore the centre-point for many different religious trends, e.
Jews, Christians, and the Bedouinic religions. Mohammed, therefore, had the opportunity to get to know many different religions. Mohammed was of a very contemplative nature. He was most impressed by the 'One God belief' of the Jews and Christians, in contrast to the belief in many gods of the Bedouins.
One day, during these meditations, the archangel Gabriel supposedly appeared unto him, and told him to write down all these revelations.
They are now written down in the Koran, the holy book of the Muslims. Mohammed Starts to Preach Encouraged by his wife Chadidscha, Mohammed soon started to announce the revelations of the archangel Gabriel in Mecca.
He was soon to find disciples there. But as Mohammed condemned idolatry which was common amongst traders, he was forced to flee to the city of Medina which was 35O kms away.
This happened in the year A. In Medina, Mohammed was soon accepted as a political and religious leader. The date of migration, July the 16th, A. Mohammed's Fight For Acceptance The disciples Mohammed found in Medina, organised themselves into a military group which marched back into Mecca with Mohammed.
Mohammed finally entered Mecca triumphantly after a short battle. He destroyed the idols, but pronounced the Kaaba, which according to heathen legends fell from the heavens as a black meteorite, as his main relic.
Mohammed increasingly developed from being just a prophet to a general and politician. Mohammed died in A. There was heavy fighting for his succession. The Kalif Abu Bekr became the victor of this struggle.
From this time, Mohammed's successors have been called Kalifs Arabic for successor. The Teachings of Islam Islam stands for subjection, i. Mohammed declared that Allah was the highest and the only God and that Mohammed's words were the last divine revelation to mankind.
They were written down in the Koran to complement the Bible. According to Mohammed, the Bible also declares the revelations of God, but not completely. Mohammed sees himself as the last and greatest of the prophets.
He also recognised Jesus, but only as one of many prophets and not as the Son of God.
Mohammed declared Mecca as the Holy City. Today, it is the spiritual centre of Islam. To go on a pilgrimage to Allah is a special privilege. It is the duty of every Muslim to go on a pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in his life-time, if the way is safe.
The Kaaba, the main symbol of Islam, is also in Mecca. The teaching of Islam is simple, clear and life-accepting. In Islam the human is imperfect, and needs to be redeemed.
Through faith and good works he will be saved.Essay on A Brief Study of Hinduism in City of Joy Dey 1 Debangshu Dey HRE3M1 October 26th A Brief Study of Hinduism in City of Joy Hinduism is a way of life.
There is not any strict code of beliefs which confirms one as a practicing Hindu. City of Joy” was a great movie in making me aware of the world’s needs.
There were a lot of disturbing elements for younger children, but viewers from the United States or other first world countries will be prompted to count their blessings. Hinduism is a way of life. There is not any strict code of beliefs which confirms one as a practicing Hindu.
Hinduism in reality and in City of Joy is backdrop in people’s lives. Dey 1 Debangshu Dey Ms. Gobbi HRE3M1 October 26th A Brief Study of Hinduism in City of Joy Hinduism is a way of life. There is not any strict code of beliefs which confirms one as a practicing Hindu. Hinduism Case Study Essay Sample.
Here are four areas you’ll need to cover. 1. Describe the origin and history of Hinduism. What cultural traditions contributed to it? HINDUISM- brief summary Today's oldest living religion is Hinduism.
Hinduism is a religion that originated in India and is still practiced by most of the Natives as well as the people who have migrated from India to other parts of the world.