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Ethics In Various Religions
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  • 1. Ethics in Various Religions
  • 2. Ethics in Hinduism Hinduism is the practices of a variety of different religious groups which come out of India. It is often believed that Hindus worship many gods, but in fact, many Hindus would claim to believe in one eternal god (Brahman) which is indefinable Hindus believes in the universal soul (Brahman), as the sole reality who is present in all things.  Brahman has no form, and is eternal. -  Brahman is creator, preserver and transformer of everything.  Brahman appears in the human spirit as atman, or the soul.
  • 3. The Nature of God They recognize the other gods as different aspects of the Brahman. They Believe: Brahma: The CREATOR Vishnu: The PRESERVER Shiva: The DESTROYER
  • 4. Karma  Karma is central to the Hindu faith.  Hindus believe that the soul passes through a cycle of successive lives and its next incarnation is always dependent on how the previous life was lived.  So if you behave badly in this life, your next incarnation is likely to be more unpleasant than your current one—you reap what you sow.
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