Christianity, Buddhism, Taoism, Agnosticism, And Religious Ideas

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People all over the world, whether as a group or not, have faith in different beliefs. Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Taoism, Agnosticism, and even the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster are just some of the many religions and religious ideas. Most of the time, it depends solely on what region of the world they are in. In America, the religion that is predominant is Christianity. What do most people think of when asked about the opposite of Christianity? The answer is well known: Atheism. There may not be very many similarities in the two religious ideas, but one fact is for sure. They are not completely different. Their core similarity is their strong, common faith in their different beliefs. Both Christians and Atheists attempt to convert each other. In the U.S, the two often clash. Some attempts at converting come through the forms of public debates, through literature, web pages, blogs, revivals at churches, and more. Attempted conversions are usually peaceful; however, situations can easily get heated on both sides. Christianity and Atheism both have divisions. The denominations of Christianity are Orthodox, Protestantism, and Catholicism. The denominations of Atheism are Extremists, Moderates, Militants, etc. Christians and Atheists can both agree that there was a beginning point to the world. Atheists, of course, like to think of that beginning point as The Big Bang or turn to other scientific explanations to justify it. Christians expectedly turn to their belief in…

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