What are the 12 major religions?
The twelve major religions of the world are; Islam, Christianity, Sikhism Buddhism, Hinduism, Baha’i, Confucianism, Jainism, Judaism, Taoism, Shinto, and Zoroastrianism. there are many different religions which people follow but these 12 are those religions which has largest number of followers.
When was the first religion founded?
It is very difficult to identify the first religion in the world, according to different historians Hinduism is the first religion, founded in the 15th- 5th century BCE. While other historians believed that Islam is the first religion which started before the Hinduism and it started from the birth of human being.
Where was the first religion founded?
Scholars said that Hinduism started from Indus Valley near modern-day Pakistan. While other scholars believed, that Islam was started from Adam’s peak modern named Sri Lanka.
Who started a religion?
different religions started by different great people such as; Hazrat Adam Started the religion of Islam, Ajita Kesakambali started Charvaka, Mahavira started Tirthankara in Jainism, Siddhartha Gautama started Buddhism and Confucius started Confucianism.
Why is religion important for society?
A religion is important to society as it bound society in ethical manners. The concept of sin is different from crime. A crime is a legal wrong of a country which needs to be punished and hence it can be stopped. However, a sin is not a crime legally like a small lie by a child is not legally a crime but it is a sin in religion. Hence, the concept of sin stops the spread of crime. There are various other reasons that can explain that religion is very important for society.
How did religion originated?
The answer of how religion originated can depend on who is answering. A religious person can say that religion originated by the guidance of the creator. An atheist might say that it is assumed by people and a scientist might give another explanation.