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Hinduism Pluralism
Gods
Brahman- Creator
Vishnu- Preserver
Shiva- Destroyer
Hinduism Pluralism
Scriptures
Vedas- Hymns, Revelations, things heard not written by humans
Upanishads- Followed the Vedas, Culmination of the Vedas
Gita-
Hinduism Pluralism
Social Organizations
Caste System
-1-Brahmen-priests
-2-Kshatriys-warriors
-3-Vaishyas-peasants
-4-Shudras-Serfs
Hinduism Pluralism
Stages of Life
1-student
2-family
3-Hermit
4-Homeless---wanderer
Monotheism in Christianity
God
One God, One Creator, Monotheistic
Monotheistic Christianity
Scripture
One book--Bible
Monotheistic Christianity
Salvation
One way to get to heaven.
Creed.
Christian Pluralism
God
J source--Yahwist--human form
E source--Elohist--dreams and bushs
Christianity Pluralism
Scripture
Matthew, Mark, Luke
Story based
Addressed to Jews
John
Outcome of Christ's Ministry
Addressed the Gentiles
Christian Pluralism
Religious Experience
Healthy Mindedness
Happiness is humanities cheif concern.

Sick Soul
You can't forget about evil you can only find the meaning of life if you confront it.
Existential Judgement
Nature, Origin, Development, and Parts
Spiritual Judgement
Immediate Luminosity, Philosophical Reasonableness, Moral Helpfulness
Ghandi
1-Relations to religious traditions they were born.
2-Religious values to which they appealed.
3-Bring about Social Change.
1-Challenged ideas of Hinduism. Interpreted the Gita own way.
2-Believed that humanity was equal. That there was one Creator.
3-Used nonviolence and sacrifice.
+Ghandi starved himself to stop riots.
+English Textile Boycott
-Made onwn clothes
King
1-Relations to religious traditions.
2-Religious Appeal
3-Social Change
1-King had respect for father's religion but followed it his own way.
2-Believed everybody was created by God, he appealed to the idea of one creator.
3-Used Nonviolence and sacrifice to bring about social change
+Went to Jail without resist
+Montgomery Bus BoyCott