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Connections Between the 6 Main Religions of the World by Mind Map: Connections Between the 6
Main Religions of the World
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Connections Between the 6 Main Religions of the World

Buddhism

Connections to Christianity

Goal is to find ultimate center, happiness by the process of self searching-Meditation/Prayer

Connections to Atheism/Science

Structure is usually self created/practiced-No main leader of religion

Belifs of basically how "to live life", No God/gods-is idea(s) of how "to live and exist"

Connections to Hinduism

Based on the form of Hinduism

Polytheistic

Connections to Islam

Based on the form of another religion

Hinduism

Connections to Buddhism

Based on the form of Buddhism

Polytheistic

Judaism

Connections to Islam, Christianity

Based around the same ultimate belief structure

Monotheistic

Jesus was important

Structured around a "holy" text

Religion has lots of past history

People started religion in the same general location-South Europe, Mediterranean

Christianity

Connections to Judaism, Islam

Based around the same ultimate belief structure

Monotheistic

Jesus was important

Religion has lots of past history

Structured around a "holy" text

People started religion in the same general location-South Europe, Mediterranean

Connections to Buddhism

Goal is to find center, ultimate happiness, by the process of self searching-Meditation/Prayer

Atheism/Science

Connections Buddshim

Structure can be somewhat self created/practiced-No main leader of religion

Beliefs of basically how "to live life", "Nervana"

Islam

Connections to Christianity, Judaism

Based around the same ultimate belief structure

Monotheistic

Jesus was important

Structured around a "holy" text

Religion has lots of past history

People started religion in same general location-South Europe, Mediterranean

Connections to Buddhism

Based on the form of another religion(s)