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Hinduism developed many years ago in India. Under Hinduism there is no single holy book. They do not worship a god. They worship nature. They worship as individuals in temples. Much of the Hinduism religion takes place in the home. They worship living and dead saints. They teach that the soul never dies. They also have the law of Karma. They have a caste system.

In the Judaism religion there are four different key principals and they are peace, equality, tolerance, and understanding. Judaism?s holy book is the Koran. Averick is the religious language. They Judaism people worship Jehovah. The most recognized symbol is the six pointed Star of David. The Torah is the most holy book of Judaism.

Torah is also holy to Christians, who include it in the Old Testament of the bible. Christianity is based on the teaching of Jesus Christ. The followers of Jesus call him Christ.

The holy book of Christianity is known as the bible and has two parts, the Old Testament and the New Testament.

The Muslims think that Jesus was a prophet and Gehi was a true holy warrior. The Muslims grew to like the Christians and Jews because they liked one god. The Muslims have five pillars of faith and they are that there is no god but Allah, you must pray five times a day, they must be alms, they must fast during Ramadan, and take a pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in their lives.

The basic beliefs of Buddhism can be demonstrated in the following concepts and doctrines. Buddhism has four noble truths. The first noble truth is the existence of suffering. The second is the cause of suffering. The third is the ending if suffering. The forth leads to the ending of all pain...