Comparing Buddhism And Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity, And Christianity

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On Earth, right now, at this very moment there are two hundred and seventy religions. Two hundred and seventy ways of communicating to a higher power, of finding one’s place, and making sense of the ever-changing unreliable world. All religions in their center core have the same principles-be an honest person, respect oneself, and respect all others. Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, and Christianity are no exception. Buddhism and Hinduism, two eastern religions, share common center teachings, and lifestyles, while Christianity and Judaism, two Abrahamic religions, share similar stories, teachings, and practices; all of the religions overlap with their preaching’s and ideas, illustrating the certainty that all religions strive to accomplish the …show more content…
Both are Abrahamic religions, which believe in one god and the return that will lead all of the faithful towards salvation. Judaism believes that the Messiah will return and save those of the Jewish faith; while, Christianity believes that the return of Christ will bring salvation for all Christians. Another similarity between the two religions is the fundamental truths that both religions are based from. Christianity borrowed teachings from Judaism such as the scriptures and the values from the Ten Commandments. Both are intertwined and share many beliefs since Jesus Christ was born and raised as a Jew. Christianity takes all the positive and great aspects from Judaism while improving and omitting all the ideas that did not seem worthy. Also, the main difference between those of the Jewish faith and those of the Christian faith is the concept of how Jesus Christ is god. Jews do not believe God is Jesus, but Christians believe that Jesus is God, and that God is Jesus-for Christians, the two are interchangeable. Jews believe that Jesus Christ is a prophet of God, and recognize him and his teachings, but do not believe he will bring them salvation as Christians do. Another new concept, which Christianity adopted, is the New Testament, which is different and does not belong to Judaism. However, the pages …show more content…
These four religions have followers in virtually every part around the world, and at their common core all four religions preach the same ideas and values. This comparison demonstrates how similar humans are, whether they come from different countries, speak different languages, or have different backgrounds-all humans who follow religion all want to be honest people, and keep faith that helps them become better people. Comparing Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism and Buddhism has shown how similar all humans and religions

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