Hinduism - created from the religion that the Aryans conveyed to India with them in around 1500 BC. Its convictions and practices depend on the Vedas, a gathering of psalms (thought to allude to real recorded occasions) that Aryan researchers had finished by around 800 BC.
Buddhism - a definitive objective of a Buddhist is to achieve the condition of edification (Nirvana) and free oneself from interminable resurrection and enduring.
Christianity - it is the world's greatest religion, with around 2.1 billion adherents around the world.
Islam - Islam started in Arabia and was uncovered to humankind by the Prophet Muhammad. The individuals who take after Islam are called Muslims. Muslims trust that there is just a single God.
Confucianism - created in China by Master Kong in 551-479 BC, who was given the name Confucius by Jesuit ministers who were going there. Be that as it may, the key standards of Confucianism started before his introduction to the world, amid the Zhou Dynasty.
Hinduism and Islam
Hinduism was founded before 400 A.D (2300 B.C.) Islam was founded before 400 A.D in the 7th century (601 AD)
The following religions/philosophies were founded before A.D. 400:
Hinduism (2300 B.C.)
Buddhism (Late 6th century B.C.E)
Christianity (1st century A.D)
Confucianism (479 BC)
Islam was founded after 400 A.D in the 7th century (601 AD).
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The religions or philosophies that were founded before A.D. 400 are:
-Hinduism is one of the oldest religions in the world, as it began some four thousand years ago in India.
Some followers of this religion worship only one god, but others worship many. The most important god of all is Brahman, but it is not possible to worship him directly; it must be approached through other gods such as Brahma, Shiva or Vishnu.
-Buddhism is a philosophical and religious movement, founded by Gautama Buddha in the 6th and 5th century BC in northern India. Buddhism arose from local religious traditions, and in interaction with ritualistic and ascetic currents within Brahmanism, one of the forerunners of modern Hinduism. Buddhists believe that one can be freed from the circle of rebirths by following the "middle way" taught by the Buddha. The most important aspects of this middle ground are the elimination of all material desires, the ethical conduct, and the development of the mind.
-Christianity is a monotheistic religion based on personal teachings and faith in Jesus Christ, born around year 4 BC in Palestine. The main principles of Christianity are laid out in the Bible, a collection of books and letters originally written in Aramaic, Hebrew, and Greek.
The essence of Christianity is that all things are possible by the grace of God and that humanity can come into relationship with God and inherit eternal life in Heaven through faith that is possible by the grace of God and not by the actions of men.
-Confucianism is a philosophy developed in China from the teachings of Confucius, who was born in 551 BC. The most important virtues of Confucianism are humanity, justice, good manners, loyalty and wisdom. Reciprocity such as respecting the upper ones and protecting the lower ones is important. The basic principle of Confucianism is to improve and increase the well-being of a society through the noble behavior that first passes from family to city, then to society and later to the world. This is achieved through virtuous living.
Hinduism, and Islam
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