Religion and Theology
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The purpose of this paper is to describe which religion seems to resonate as the “truth” to me by analyzing the following seven religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Islam, Judaism and Christianity.


Three negative aspects and at least one positive aspect of each religion will be named and explained. Secondly, Christianity which seems the closest to the “truth” for me will be evaluated and five positive aspects and one negative aspect will be stated. In addition, it will be outlined how I am going to deal with the aspect I did not like. Finally, a conclusion will be provided in which I will explain how this class helped me in the search for the “truth”. Hinduism is the main religion in India and other countries on South Asian Subcontinent, especially India and Nepal. It has no single founder or creator, several holy writings and more than one god. Therefore, many people often refer to Hinduism as a way of life, instead of calling it a religion. Furthermore, Hindus have a common system of values, such as duty, virtue, and morality, known as Dharma. Hinduism is a very old religion and for many people it is the religion closest to the “truth”. The most appealing aspect for me is that Hinduism is a rather animal friendly religion, for instance, many Hindus are vegetarian. Treating animals well is important to me and therefore, I believe this to be a positive aspect. However, there are three aspects that I do not like. ...
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