Sohail Ahmed
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It is observed that religion came with human
birth in this universe, our two biggest
Religions claimed that Religions s...
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The belief in and worship of a superhuman
controlling power, especially a personal God
or gods. (oxford Dictionary)

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All religions have following Elements:
 Belief
 Emotions
 Ritual
 Organization
 Sacred Objects
 Symbolism
 Sect
Soh...
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It is sensation of brain and belongs to faith not
to reason.

Examples:
 Belief in one God
 Death
 Life after death
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All religions observes
ceremonial practices called
Rituals.

Examples:
Namaz, Eids, Christmas, Holi

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The Rituals produce emotions of hope, fear,
respect and humbleness.

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Religion is well organized with belief,
emotions and rituals; without organization no
religion can survive

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Every Religion has some scared objects which
they believe most important or supernatural.

Examples:
 Cows and Idols
H...
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The use of symbols to represent ideas or
qualities of Religion.

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Every religion has small groups of followers
differing from the main religion called sects.

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Examples:
Islam has :Sh...
Religion fulfills the psychic needs of the
individual and creates social solidarity in his/her
group life.
 Religion remo...
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There are five Major Religions of World
In order of Number of People
Christianity: 1.9 billion
Islam: 1.1 bill...
The early Hebrews who eventually developed
into the Jewish religion became the foundation
of Christianity
Philosophy
God i...
ISLAM is the name given to the religion preached by
the prophet Muhammad(S.A.W) in the 600s A. D.

Philosophy
All powers r...
HINDUISM is one of the world's oldest
religions.
Philosophy
Hindus believe in many gods, numbering into
the thousands.
The...
Founding person of Buddhism is Guatama, the
Buddha
Philosophy
Love: without conditions
Compassion: or feeling at one with ...
JUDAISM is a religion of just one people: the Jews.
JUDAISM was the first to teach belief in only one God.
Two other impor...
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Sikhism
Baha'ism
Confucianism (State of Chines Religion)
Jainism
Shintoism
Chines Traditional Religions
Af...
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There is a big number of people who do not
believe, support or accept any religion. They
are:

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Secular
Atheist

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Secular beliefs are non religious viewpoints.
They are based on natural law, and have
nothing to do with God, gods or r...
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A person who disbelieves or lacks belief in the
existence of God or gods.

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Atheist believe there is no supernatural ...
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The words atheist and secular can be easy to
confuse, but they have subtly different
meanings. An atheist is one who...
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Hameed ,Abdul.(2009) An Introduction to Sociology.
Taga & sons Publishers, Lahore.
Horton & Hunt (1976).Soc...
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  1. 1. Sohail Ahmed
  2. 2.  It is observed that religion came with human birth in this universe, our two biggest Religions claimed that Religions surely came with ADAM.  As every new thing need Rules and Regulations, So from Beginning Religion is providing us our Path. Sohail Ahmed 2
  3. 3.  The belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods. (oxford Dictionary)  Relation of human beings to God or the gods or to whatever they consider sacred or, in some cases, merely supernatural." ( Britannica Concise Encyclopedia) Sohail Ahmed 3
  4. 4. All religions have following Elements:  Belief  Emotions  Ritual  Organization  Sacred Objects  Symbolism  Sect Sohail Ahmed 4
  5. 5.  It is sensation of brain and belongs to faith not to reason. Examples:  Belief in one God  Death  Life after death  Heaven & Hell Sohail Ahmed 5
  6. 6.  All religions observes ceremonial practices called Rituals. Examples: Namaz, Eids, Christmas, Holi Sohail Ahmed 6
  7. 7.  The Rituals produce emotions of hope, fear, respect and humbleness. Sohail Ahmed 7
  8. 8.  Religion is well organized with belief, emotions and rituals; without organization no religion can survive Sohail Ahmed 8
  9. 9.  Every Religion has some scared objects which they believe most important or supernatural. Examples:  Cows and Idols Hindus.  Holy books  Tasbee.. Sohail Ahmed for 9
  10. 10.  The use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities of Religion. Sohail Ahmed 10
  11. 11.  Every religion has small groups of followers differing from the main religion called sects.  Examples: Islam has :Shia & Sunni. Christianity has: Catholics & Protestants Hindus has: Saivism, Shaktism, Vaishnavism & Smartism    Sohail Ahmed 11
  12. 12. Religion fulfills the psychic needs of the individual and creates social solidarity in his/her group life.  Religion removes fear and Anxiety  Create Relation between Man and God(universe)  Gives Judgment of Right & Wrong  Protection of values  Religion creates Purity and cleanliness  Make individual socialize  Creates Relations with other institutes Sohail Ahmed 12
  13. 13.      There are five Major Religions of World In order of Number of People Christianity: 1.9 billion Islam: 1.1 billion Hinduism: 800 million Buddhism: 325 million Judaism: 13 million Sohail Ahmed 13
  14. 14. The early Hebrews who eventually developed into the Jewish religion became the foundation of Christianity Philosophy God is the Creator of the universe. There is one God, Who is Three Persons- Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Sohail Ahmed 14
  15. 15. ISLAM is the name given to the religion preached by the prophet Muhammad(S.A.W) in the 600s A. D. Philosophy All powers related to only Almighty ALLAH. Believe in Five Fundamentals Muslims learn that life on earth is a period of testing and preparation for the life to come Muhammad(S.A.W) did not found Islam. Islam was created by Allah at the beginning of time, and in fact Muslims regard Adam as the first Muslim. Sohail Ahmed 15
  16. 16. HINDUISM is one of the world's oldest religions. Philosophy Hindus believe in many gods, numbering into the thousands. They recognize one supreme spirit called Brahman (the Absolute). The goal of Hindus is to someday join with Brahman. Sohail Ahmed 16
  17. 17. Founding person of Buddhism is Guatama, the Buddha Philosophy Love: without conditions Compassion: or feeling at one with the person who is suffering Sympathetic Joy:Celebrate the happiness of others, and do not resent their good fortune. Impartiality: Treat everyone equally Sohail Ahmed 17
  18. 18. JUDAISM is a religion of just one people: the Jews. JUDAISM was the first to teach belief in only one God. Two other important religions developed from Judaism: Christianity and Islam. Philosophy Jews think that God will send a Messiah (a deliverer) to unite them and lead them in His way. Christians believe that Jesus was the Messiah. The Jewish people do not agree; they anticipate His arrival in the future. Sohail Ahmed 18
  19. 19.        Sikhism Baha'ism Confucianism (State of Chines Religion) Jainism Shintoism Chines Traditional Religions African Traditional Religions Sohail Ahmed 19
  20. 20.  There is a big number of people who do not believe, support or accept any religion. They are:  Secular Atheist  Sohail Ahmed 20
  21. 21.  Secular beliefs are non religious viewpoints. They are based on natural law, and have nothing to do with God, gods or religion. A country founded on secular beliefs does not have a national religion  Help each other is secular motive. Sohail Ahmed 21
  22. 22.  A person who disbelieves or lacks belief in the existence of God or gods.  Atheist believe there is no supernatural power, this universe works itself. Sohail Ahmed 22
  23. 23.   The words atheist and secular can be easy to confuse, but they have subtly different meanings. An atheist is one who does not believe in a God, and therefore an atheist institution (for example) is one that openly holds the position that there is no God. Someone who is secular, does not display any belief or religion, regardless of their actual views. Sohail Ahmed 23
  24. 24.        Hameed ,Abdul.(2009) An Introduction to Sociology. Taga & sons Publishers, Lahore. Horton & Hunt (1976).Sociology www.himalayanacademy.com www.religionfacts.com www.conservapedia.com en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secular_state www.4forums.com/political/religion-debates Sohail Ahmed 24
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