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Religion: Monotheistic v Polytheistic V Atheistic

1 god v many gods v no god

Syncretic

sAntareia as ecumenical consummation of the African Religion of the Yorubas and the practices of the Catholic faith

Pig raising industry in Asia

ALL OF THE ABOVE IDIOT!

What are the main differences between universalizing religions

Universalizing Religions believe that they offer universal appropriateness and appeal.


-Actively Seek converts


- Chirstianity, Islam, Buddhism

Enthic Religions

Adherents are born into faith


-Do not actively seek converts


-Spatially located, judaism the exception

Five major worlds regions

buddhism, islam, christianity, judaism, hiduism

Secularism

Is a principle that involves two basic propositions. The first is the strict separation of the state from religious institutions. The second is that people of different religions and beliefs are equal before the law.

Sacred space

Tangible or otherwise- that enables those who acknowledge and accept it to feel reverence and connection with the spiritual

Pigrimage

A journey to a sacred place or site for religious reasons


-Obligator: Hajj for Muslims


-Voluntary

Religions affect landscape

Building: Church, mosque, temple


Disposal of the dead: Christians: graves, Buddhists: Feng shui and Christians Muslims: Mausoleums