Change In Religion

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Change in Religions for the Benefit and Doubt
Religions are typically either conversed or improved from the original. There is no terminating the improvement of particular religions, this is because there isn’t a perfect religion and a perfect follower that everybody believes in. Because nobody sees everything in the same way, there are many different religions all around the world. Buddhism and Christianity are just a few of the many ancient religions that directly influenced other religions. These two religions are essentially the religions that later on created all the others. Even though they both have different religious laws and practices, they still are depicted as a medium for future traditions. While religions are widely interchangeable, such as Buddhism and Christianity, they are changed for the bettered appeal, to larger groups of diverse people
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Theravada Buddhism was draw from its older form of Buddhism the Mahabharata Buddhism, and created a new way to acquire nirvana without extreme sacrifice. When considering Christianity, it was inspired by Judaism which was a very ancient tradition, and this religion was changed into an entirely new and different religion. It created a new set of ideas and regulations that were not present in the Judaism religion. As seen by Buddhism and Christianity, these two religions were improved as well as degraded because no one perceives a particular religion the same way, and therefore leads to new religions. Both Buddhism and Christianity “became more universal, less dependent on particular places or people, and less limited to caste.” This just comes to show that these collections of beliefs were changed for the better appeal and benefit to people. Changes in religion are made to be more favorable to more and more people, but with changes, there would always be those that are against these

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