Christianity, Hinduism, And Buddhism Essay

1846 Words May 13th, 2016 8 Pages
The three religions I will be comparing are Christianity, Hinduism, and Buddhism. Each of these religions has similarities on their views on basic human needs and questions about the world they live in. All of the religions of the world have different ways of approaching things, but at the same time these religions have similar ways of approaching things in life. For me personally, I have been brought up in a Roman Catholic household. As a Catholic Christian, I want to see the similarities between my religion and the two others mentioned. The end goal of each religion is to have a happier life, live out its religions values, do good unto others, and to focus on the spiritual self. Christianity is the largest religion in the world. It is the relationship with God, the creator of all things. A person is accepted by God not because of his deeds, but because of whom he is, a child of God. As we all know, we are all sinners; God loves us regardless if we sin or not. God has sent the Son Jesus Christ to die for our sins on the cross. In Christianity, to have a true relationship with God you must believe that Jesus Christ is the savior, and is both fully divine and fully human. Christians believe that there is one true God who loves them no matter what. According to Christianity, salvation is not based on work. It is a gift to all who would accept Jesus as the savior. Being delivered from your sins and wrongdoings is a gift from God. All Christians believe in Eternal Life.…

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