Who:, America, Europe, many people in different areas all over the world
What:, Monotheist Beliefs, God, Jesus-Son of God-Different groups stem from main religion, same main ideas, can be practice in different ways
Where:, America, Europe, mainly all over the world
How:, Following the lessons and ieads of the Bible-based on the life of Jesus, and his beliefs and words
Who:, Indonesians, Americans, Muslums
What:, Monothestic, Allah-God, believing in, and abiding by "the exact word of God"
Where:, Indonesia, America, North Africa, Middle East
How:, Following the ideas of the Qur'an-text of religious ideas, Use prayer to analyze one's self, "connect" with God-Hajj-Holy trip to Mecca & Medina, religion's main land
Who:, Israelis, Americans, Europeans
What:, Monotheistic, believe in/practice the ideas/scripture of Yaweh-God
Where:, Europe, Israel, America, somewhat spread out over the world
How:, Study the Torah, follow beliefs and customs of religion, study/speak Hebrew
Who:, Indians, Americans-Considered 3rd largest religious population
What:, Polythestic, Many different gods, re-incarnation- structured around a person being either "good" or "bad"
Where:, India, Western Asia, America
How:, Casts-People sorted into specific group using a structure-different positions for people who are considered either "good" or "bad"
Who:, East Asians, Chinese, Americans, considered 4th largest religious population
What:, Believing and following/practicing the ideas of the Buddha-man who reached "Nervana"
Where:, East Asia, America
How:, Trying to find "self center" by using meditation, ultimate goal is to reach "Nervana"
Who:, Scandinavians, Americans, any possible group
What:, No God/gods-Is another way of life
Where:, Scandinavia, America, can be anywhere in the world
How:, Self-created structure-Personal or small community ideas, customs, norms