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 As of 2014, there are an estimated
4,200 different religions in the world,
and these can be categorized into
several main religions. These include
Christianity, Roman Catholicism, Islam,
Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism,
although Roman Catholicism is often
categorized under Christianity. There
are many smaller yet still prevalent
religions, such as the Baha'i faith.
“The way of the
kami”
Torii Gate
4 million
Japan
5th century AD
Kojiki (Records of Ancient
Matters); Nihon-gi
(Chronicles of Japan)
Belief in many spiritual
beings and gods known as
“kami” and honored by
festivals, and reverence for
ancestors, stress to remain
pure and sincere, and
enjoy life.
Worship and offerings to
kami at shrines and at
home. Purification rituals.
The religion derives its name
from the jinas ("conquerors"),
a title given to twenty-four
great teachers (tirthankaras
or "ford-makers"), through
whom their faith was
revealed.
-people who follow this
religion are called “Jains”
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Prayer, Bible study, baptism,
Eucharist (Communion),
church on Sundays,
numerous holidays.
4.5 million
India
Mahavira(“The Great Hero”)
6th century B.C.E.
Agam Sutras
Shvetambaras & The
Digambaras
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Jesus, Peter, Paul
Roman Catholic; Eastern
Orthodox; Protestant
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Prayer, Bible study, baptism,
Eucharist (Communion),
church on Sundays,
numerous holidays.
The universe is eternal; many
gods exist. Gods, humans
and all living things are
classified in a complex
hierarchy.
Monasticism under the Five
Great Vows (Non-Violence,
Truth, Celibacy, Non-Stealing,
Non-Possessiveness); worship
at temples and at home.
Meditation and mantras.
Monasticism
-Teachings of Confucius, the
Latinized form of K'ung-fu-tzu.
-is a chinese set of philosphical
and ethical beliefs that were
taught by the sage Confucius
Confucianism was chosen by
Emperor Wu of Han for use as a
political system to govern the
Chinese state..
 -Confucianism aims at making
not simply the man of virtue , but
the man of learning and of good
manners.
 -popular worship is centerd in
offerings to the dead
 KONG MIAO
7 million
China
Confucius 5th and 6th
Century
Analects (Lunyu), the Five
Classics (Wujing), the Four
Books (Sishu)
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Jesus, Peter, Paul
Roman Catholic; Eastern
Orthodox; Protestant
Relationship between
individuals, their families,
and society based on li
(proper behavior) and jen
(sympathetic attitude)
8 million
Baghdad
Mirza Husayn Ali Nuri
(Baha’ullah)
1844
Kitáb-i-Aqdas
Holy book
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Jesus, Peter, Paul
Roman Catholic; Eastern
Orthodox; Protestant
One God, who has revealed
himself progressively through
major world religions.
Daily prayer, avoidance of
intoxicants, scripture reading,
hard work, education, work
for social justice and
equality.
Name Means- of the
Kingdom of Judah
-the people who follow
this religion is called
“Jews”
The Star of David
20 million
Judea
Abraham, Isaac and
Jacob(major prophets)
Orthodox Jews, Reform
Movement, and
conservative Jews.
Torah(recording laws and
events in Jewish history.
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Jesus, Peter, Paul
Roman Catholic; Eastern
Orthodox; Protestant
One God: Yahweh (YHVH),
who chose the people of
Israel and who requires
worship, ethical behavior,
and rituals. A Messiah will
come.
Circumcision at birth, bar/bat
mitzvah at adulthood,
observing Sabbath, wearing
tallit and tefilin, prayer
services
- The people who
follow this religion
are called “Sikh”
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Prayer, Bible study, baptism,
Eucharist (Communion),
church on Sundays,
numerous holidays.
30 million
India
Guru Nanak during 1469-
1539 AD
Shri Guru Granth Sahib
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Jesus, Peter, Paul
Roman Catholic; Eastern
Orthodox; Protestant
Devotion to God at all times,
truthfull living ,equallly of
mankind and denounces
superstitions and bind rituals,
open to all through the
teachings of its 0 Gurus
enshrines in the holy book and
living Guru.
Prayer and meditation on God's
name, services at temple (gurdwara),
turban and five Ks. Balance work,
worship, and charity. No monasticism
or asceticism.
400 million
Southern Nepal
Siddhartha
Gautama(Buddha)-5th and
6th century
"Tripitaka," which is a
Sanskrit term meaning
"Three Baskets."
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Jesus, Peter, Paul
Roman Catholic; Eastern
Orthodox; Protestant
Varies: Theravada atheistic;
Mahayana more polytheistic.
Buddha taught nothing is
permanent.
Meditation, mantras,
devotion to deities (in some
sects), mandalas (Tibetan)
 Persian hindu, Sanskrit sindhu, literally
"river," meaning "of the Indus Valley" or
"Indian." First used by British writers in the
19th century.
Mandir/temple
The Aum
 Mandir/ Temple
1 Billion
India
Veda and Upanishads
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Jesus, Peter, Paul
Roman Catholic; Eastern
Orthodox; Protestant
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Prayer, Bible study, baptism,
Eucharist (Communion),
church on Sundays,
numerous holidays.
One Supreme Reality (Brahman)
manifested in many gods and
goddesses. Reincarnation based on
karma.
All good things in life are gifts from
God
suggest/requires is a very important
goal
Wealth, power and material
belongings are good goals as long
as they don’t become all important
Yoga, meditation, worship (puja),
devotion to a god or goddess,
pilgrimage to holy cities, live according
to one's dharma (purpose/ role).
The caste system (outlawed since 1948) was an
important part of Hinduism. Castes are social classes
into which a person is born and lives their entire life.
If a person has a good karma they may be
reincarnated into a higher caste.
This life Next life
Born into
A caste
Good Karma
Bad Karma
Higher caste
Lower caste
The caste system separated Indian society
into distinct social classes in which everyone
knew their place and believed that if they
followed the dharma of their caste, they
would be reincarnated into a better caste.
Brahmin
Kshatriya
Vaisya
Sudra
Untouchables
Over the centuries Hindu beliefs
were recorded into a number of
sacred texts including the Vedas
and the Upanishads.
The Ramayana is a Hindu
creation story.
Name Means Arabic,
"submission"
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Prayer, Bible study, baptism,
Eucharist (Communion),
church on Sundays,
numerous holidays.
1.6 Billion
Saudi Arabia
Prophet Mohammed 610 AD
Sunni, Shi'a, Sufism
Qur'an ; Hadith (tradition)
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Jesus, Peter, Paul
Roman Catholic; Eastern
Orthodox; Protestant
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Prayer, Bible study, baptism,
Eucharist (Communion),
church on Sundays,
numerous holidays.
One God (Allah in Arabic);
the same God revealed
(imperfectly) in the Jewish
and Christian Bibles
Prayer, Bible study, baptism,
Eucharist (Communion),
church on Sundays,
numerous holidays.
 “Christian”(followers)
 CHURCH
2.3 billion
Palestine)in the 1st
century AD
Jesus, Paul
Roman Catholic; Eastern
Orthodox; Protestant
2.3 billion
Southern Levant (modern-
day Israel, Palestine, and
Jordan)in the 1st century AD
Jesus, Peter, Paul
Roman Catholic; Eastern
Orthodox; Protestant
Prayer, Bible study, baptism,
Eucharist (Communion),
church on Sundays,
numerous holidays.
Bible (Hebrew Bible + New
Testament)
 Jesus was the son of God who
came and died for people’s sins
and then rose so that all people
could be saved
 Is a monotheistic religion created
the universe and all things in it
which is based on the life and
teachings of Jesus Christ,as the son
of God is part of the trinity(god as
three person))
The Cross
ALPHA/OMEGA,
THE
ICHTHYS
CHI RHO
 Apostle Peter(founder)
 Rome(Country of origin)
 980 million(followers)
 Gospel of Jesus Christ , bible
teachings, seven sacraments,
redemption through Jesus Christ as
the sole method of salvation.
 Roman Catholics do not believe
that the Bible alone is sufficient.
They believe that both the Bible
and Sacred Roman Catholic
tradition are necessary for
salvation.
 Martin Luther(FOUNDER)
 Germany(Country of origin)
 Protestants believe that in the faith
of Christ alone, believers are absolved of
all their sins.
*Protestantism
a.Baptists
b. Church of Christ
c.Church of England
d. Episcopal Church
e. Lutheran Church
f. Methodist Church
g. Pentecostal Churches e.g.
Assemblies of God
h. Presbyterian Church
i. Seventh Day Adventist Church
j. United Church of Christ
 5th century
 Split from Roman Catholic Church
 158 million followers
 Biblical scripture and tradition guided by
the holy spirit as the source of Christian
truth.
 Belief that faith , combines with good
works is required for salvation
Aladura
Asatru
Bábism
Bahá'í Faith
Bon
Cao Dai
Chinese Religion
Christian Science
Deism
Druze
Eckankar
Epicureanism
Falun Gong
Gnosticism
Greek Religion
Hare Krishna
Jehovah's
Witnesses
Malayan Religion
Mormonism
Nation of Islam
Native Spirituality
New age New
Thought
 Olmec Religion
 Rastafarianism
 Scientology
 Seventh-Day Adventism
 Spiritualism
 Stoicism
 Unification
 Church
 Unilarian Universalism
 Wicca
 Zoroastrianism
(2000 census)
Roman Catholic 80.9%
Muslim 5%
Evangelical 2.8%
Iglesia ni Kristo 2.3%
Aglipayan 2%
other Christian 4.5%
other 1.8%
unspecified 0.6%
none 0.1%
 http://www.religionfacts.com/bahai
 http://www.newsmax.com/TheWire/most-popular-religions-
sects-images/2014/05/01/id/569022/
 http://www.trendingtopmost.com/worlds-popular-list-top-
10/2017-2018-2019-2020-2021/world/largest-religions-world-
famous/
 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/world-religion-day-
assembly-6119627
 https://www.reference.com/world-view/founder-judaism-
fe73508a559f84a3
 http://www.patheos.com/Library/Christianity
 http://www.patheos.com/Search?q=symbols+used+of+shinto
ism
 http://www.patheos.com/Library/Jainism
 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_religions_and_spiritual_tra
ditions
 http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/religion-
miscellaneous/islam-religion-miscellaneous/difference-
between-muhammad-and-allah/#ixzz4bDTfkFhT
there are no Confucian deities and no teachings
about the afterlife. Confucius himself was a
staunch supporter of ritual, however, and for many
centuries there were state rituals associated with
Confucianism. Most importantly, the Confucian
tradition was instrumental in shaping Chinese
social relationships and moral thought. Thus even
without deities and a vision of salvation,
Confucianism plays much the same role as religion
does in other cultural contexts. The founder of
Confucianism was Kong Qiu (K'ung Ch'iu), who
was born around 552 B.C.E. in the small state of Lu
and died in 479 B.C.E. The Latinized name
Confucius, based on the honorific title Kong Fuzi
(K'ung Fu-tzu), was created by 16th-century Jesuit
missionaries in China. Confucius was a teacher to
sons of the nobility at a time when formal
education was just beginning in China.

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  • 4.  As of 2014, there are an estimated 4,200 different religions in the world, and these can be categorized into several main religions. These include Christianity, Roman Catholicism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism, although Roman Catholicism is often categorized under Christianity. There are many smaller yet still prevalent religions, such as the Baha'i faith.
  • 5. “The way of the kami” Torii Gate
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  • 7. 4 million Japan 5th century AD Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters); Nihon-gi (Chronicles of Japan)
  • 8. Belief in many spiritual beings and gods known as “kami” and honored by festivals, and reverence for ancestors, stress to remain pure and sincere, and enjoy life. Worship and offerings to kami at shrines and at home. Purification rituals.
  • 9. The religion derives its name from the jinas ("conquerors"), a title given to twenty-four great teachers (tirthankaras or "ford-makers"), through whom their faith was revealed. -people who follow this religion are called “Jains”
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  • 11. 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Prayer, Bible study, baptism, Eucharist (Communion), church on Sundays, numerous holidays. 4.5 million India Mahavira(“The Great Hero”) 6th century B.C.E. Agam Sutras Shvetambaras & The Digambaras
  • 12. 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Jesus, Peter, Paul Roman Catholic; Eastern Orthodox; Protestant 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Prayer, Bible study, baptism, Eucharist (Communion), church on Sundays, numerous holidays. The universe is eternal; many gods exist. Gods, humans and all living things are classified in a complex hierarchy. Monasticism under the Five Great Vows (Non-Violence, Truth, Celibacy, Non-Stealing, Non-Possessiveness); worship at temples and at home. Meditation and mantras.
  • 14. -Teachings of Confucius, the Latinized form of K'ung-fu-tzu. -is a chinese set of philosphical and ethical beliefs that were taught by the sage Confucius Confucianism was chosen by Emperor Wu of Han for use as a political system to govern the Chinese state..
  • 15.  -Confucianism aims at making not simply the man of virtue , but the man of learning and of good manners.  -popular worship is centerd in offerings to the dead
  • 17. 7 million China Confucius 5th and 6th Century Analects (Lunyu), the Five Classics (Wujing), the Four Books (Sishu)
  • 18. 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Jesus, Peter, Paul Roman Catholic; Eastern Orthodox; Protestant Relationship between individuals, their families, and society based on li (proper behavior) and jen (sympathetic attitude)
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  • 20. 8 million Baghdad Mirza Husayn Ali Nuri (Baha’ullah) 1844 Kitáb-i-Aqdas Holy book
  • 21. 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Jesus, Peter, Paul Roman Catholic; Eastern Orthodox; Protestant One God, who has revealed himself progressively through major world religions. Daily prayer, avoidance of intoxicants, scripture reading, hard work, education, work for social justice and equality.
  • 22. Name Means- of the Kingdom of Judah -the people who follow this religion is called “Jews” The Star of David
  • 23. 20 million Judea Abraham, Isaac and Jacob(major prophets) Orthodox Jews, Reform Movement, and conservative Jews. Torah(recording laws and events in Jewish history.
  • 24. 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Jesus, Peter, Paul Roman Catholic; Eastern Orthodox; Protestant One God: Yahweh (YHVH), who chose the people of Israel and who requires worship, ethical behavior, and rituals. A Messiah will come. Circumcision at birth, bar/bat mitzvah at adulthood, observing Sabbath, wearing tallit and tefilin, prayer services
  • 25. - The people who follow this religion are called “Sikh”
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  • 27. 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Prayer, Bible study, baptism, Eucharist (Communion), church on Sundays, numerous holidays. 30 million India Guru Nanak during 1469- 1539 AD Shri Guru Granth Sahib
  • 28. 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Jesus, Peter, Paul Roman Catholic; Eastern Orthodox; Protestant Devotion to God at all times, truthfull living ,equallly of mankind and denounces superstitions and bind rituals, open to all through the teachings of its 0 Gurus enshrines in the holy book and living Guru.
  • 29. Prayer and meditation on God's name, services at temple (gurdwara), turban and five Ks. Balance work, worship, and charity. No monasticism or asceticism.
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  • 32. 400 million Southern Nepal Siddhartha Gautama(Buddha)-5th and 6th century "Tripitaka," which is a Sanskrit term meaning "Three Baskets."
  • 33. 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Jesus, Peter, Paul Roman Catholic; Eastern Orthodox; Protestant Varies: Theravada atheistic; Mahayana more polytheistic. Buddha taught nothing is permanent. Meditation, mantras, devotion to deities (in some sects), mandalas (Tibetan)
  • 34.  Persian hindu, Sanskrit sindhu, literally "river," meaning "of the Indus Valley" or "Indian." First used by British writers in the 19th century. Mandir/temple The Aum
  • 37. 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Jesus, Peter, Paul Roman Catholic; Eastern Orthodox; Protestant 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Prayer, Bible study, baptism, Eucharist (Communion), church on Sundays, numerous holidays. One Supreme Reality (Brahman) manifested in many gods and goddesses. Reincarnation based on karma. All good things in life are gifts from God suggest/requires is a very important goal Wealth, power and material belongings are good goals as long as they don’t become all important Yoga, meditation, worship (puja), devotion to a god or goddess, pilgrimage to holy cities, live according to one's dharma (purpose/ role).
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  • 39. The caste system (outlawed since 1948) was an important part of Hinduism. Castes are social classes into which a person is born and lives their entire life. If a person has a good karma they may be reincarnated into a higher caste. This life Next life Born into A caste Good Karma Bad Karma Higher caste Lower caste
  • 40. The caste system separated Indian society into distinct social classes in which everyone knew their place and believed that if they followed the dharma of their caste, they would be reincarnated into a better caste. Brahmin Kshatriya Vaisya Sudra Untouchables
  • 41. Over the centuries Hindu beliefs were recorded into a number of sacred texts including the Vedas and the Upanishads. The Ramayana is a Hindu creation story.
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  • 44. 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Prayer, Bible study, baptism, Eucharist (Communion), church on Sundays, numerous holidays. 1.6 Billion Saudi Arabia Prophet Mohammed 610 AD Sunni, Shi'a, Sufism Qur'an ; Hadith (tradition)
  • 45. 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Jesus, Peter, Paul Roman Catholic; Eastern Orthodox; Protestant 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Prayer, Bible study, baptism, Eucharist (Communion), church on Sundays, numerous holidays. One God (Allah in Arabic); the same God revealed (imperfectly) in the Jewish and Christian Bibles Prayer, Bible study, baptism, Eucharist (Communion), church on Sundays, numerous holidays.
  • 48. 2.3 billion Palestine)in the 1st century AD Jesus, Paul Roman Catholic; Eastern Orthodox; Protestant
  • 49. 2.3 billion Southern Levant (modern- day Israel, Palestine, and Jordan)in the 1st century AD Jesus, Peter, Paul Roman Catholic; Eastern Orthodox; Protestant Prayer, Bible study, baptism, Eucharist (Communion), church on Sundays, numerous holidays. Bible (Hebrew Bible + New Testament)
  • 50.  Jesus was the son of God who came and died for people’s sins and then rose so that all people could be saved  Is a monotheistic religion created the universe and all things in it which is based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ,as the son of God is part of the trinity(god as three person))
  • 53.  Apostle Peter(founder)  Rome(Country of origin)  980 million(followers)  Gospel of Jesus Christ , bible teachings, seven sacraments, redemption through Jesus Christ as the sole method of salvation.
  • 54.  Roman Catholics do not believe that the Bible alone is sufficient. They believe that both the Bible and Sacred Roman Catholic tradition are necessary for salvation.
  • 55.  Martin Luther(FOUNDER)  Germany(Country of origin)  Protestants believe that in the faith of Christ alone, believers are absolved of all their sins.
  • 56. *Protestantism a.Baptists b. Church of Christ c.Church of England d. Episcopal Church e. Lutheran Church f. Methodist Church g. Pentecostal Churches e.g. Assemblies of God h. Presbyterian Church i. Seventh Day Adventist Church j. United Church of Christ
  • 57.  5th century  Split from Roman Catholic Church  158 million followers  Biblical scripture and tradition guided by the holy spirit as the source of Christian truth.  Belief that faith , combines with good works is required for salvation
  • 58. Aladura Asatru Bábism Bahá'í Faith Bon Cao Dai Chinese Religion Christian Science Deism Druze Eckankar Epicureanism Falun Gong Gnosticism Greek Religion Hare Krishna Jehovah's Witnesses Malayan Religion Mormonism Nation of Islam Native Spirituality New age New Thought
  • 59.  Olmec Religion  Rastafarianism  Scientology  Seventh-Day Adventism  Spiritualism  Stoicism  Unification  Church  Unilarian Universalism  Wicca  Zoroastrianism
  • 60. (2000 census) Roman Catholic 80.9% Muslim 5% Evangelical 2.8% Iglesia ni Kristo 2.3% Aglipayan 2% other Christian 4.5% other 1.8% unspecified 0.6% none 0.1%
  • 61.  http://www.religionfacts.com/bahai  http://www.newsmax.com/TheWire/most-popular-religions- sects-images/2014/05/01/id/569022/  http://www.trendingtopmost.com/worlds-popular-list-top- 10/2017-2018-2019-2020-2021/world/largest-religions-world- famous/  https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/world-religion-day- assembly-6119627  https://www.reference.com/world-view/founder-judaism- fe73508a559f84a3  http://www.patheos.com/Library/Christianity  http://www.patheos.com/Search?q=symbols+used+of+shinto ism  http://www.patheos.com/Library/Jainism  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_religions_and_spiritual_tra ditions  http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/religion- miscellaneous/islam-religion-miscellaneous/difference- between-muhammad-and-allah/#ixzz4bDTfkFhT
  • 62. there are no Confucian deities and no teachings about the afterlife. Confucius himself was a staunch supporter of ritual, however, and for many centuries there were state rituals associated with Confucianism. Most importantly, the Confucian tradition was instrumental in shaping Chinese social relationships and moral thought. Thus even without deities and a vision of salvation, Confucianism plays much the same role as religion does in other cultural contexts. The founder of Confucianism was Kong Qiu (K'ung Ch'iu), who was born around 552 B.C.E. in the small state of Lu and died in 479 B.C.E. The Latinized name Confucius, based on the honorific title Kong Fuzi (K'ung Fu-tzu), was created by 16th-century Jesuit missionaries in China. Confucius was a teacher to sons of the nobility at a time when formal education was just beginning in China.