We are at a turning point in our national and global religious history, and it is up to us to understand it.
This is a time of great need and a time for great challenge, as the world continues to grapple with the many and varied challenges that religion has faced over the past century.
Religion, in the modern era, has been a force that has shaped our world, from the founding of the United States to the global economic upheavals of the 1970s and 1980s.
The world is now divided into four major religions, which comprise a broad array of belief systems.
Here, we look at the four most dominant religious groups, and the reasons they are so important.1.
The Bible: Christianity was founded by Jesus Christ in the fourth century BCE, which marks the beginning of Christianity’s long, tumultuous history.
Christianity is the religion of the world’s largest Christian denomination, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or the Mormon Church, which holds the majority of the global Christian population.
It is also one of the most popular religions in the world.2.
Islam: Islam is one of three major monotheistic faiths, along with Christianity and Judaism.
It has been the world leader in both the number of adherents and the size of its global community for nearly 2,000 years.3.
Hinduism: The largest religion in the Hindu tradition, Hinduism is the most widely practiced religion in India, with an estimated 20 billion followers worldwide.
Hindu temples are often decorated with frescoes and paintings by masters such as S.R. Ambedkar.4.
Buddhism: Buddhism is one form of Buddhism, which was founded in the 7th century CE by the Buddha and his disciples.
The teachings of Buddhism have been taught in more than 1,200 countries and have been practiced by more than 90 million people.5.
Zoroastrianism: This faith was established by the 7,500-year-old Zoroastrians, who lived in the Middle East.
Its founder, Zoroaster, was a Persian Zoroastrismist who founded the first Christian community in the city of Patmos.
The Zoroastriacs are one of Christianity ‘s most powerful cultural and political leaders.
They are also a powerful political force.
The vast majority of Zoroastrists are of the Iranian Zoroastrean faith, which is a mixture of Zoroaster’s beliefs with other elements of the ancient Iranian religion.6.
Islam is the world´s third largest religion, with more than two billion adherents worldwide.7.
Christianity: Christianity is one the largest religions in world, and a major influence on many of the major political and social movements of our time.
Christianity was formed in the 4th century BCE by the apostles and followers of Jesus and his teachings.
It began as a persecuted minority sect, but in the 6th century, the church became the largest religious institution in the Western world.
Christianity, as well as Judaism and Islam, are the three largest religions of the World.8.
Buddhism is the third largest Buddhist tradition, and is considered the largest in the Asian region.
It originated in Japan, which has more than 30 million followers, and has been practised by more people in Asia than any other region in the globe.9.
Hindu Hinduism and Buddhism have long been linked with Hinduism, and Buddhism is often called the “Buddhist religion.”
Both are considered to be the roots of Hinduism.10.
Islam The Islamic world is home to the worlds largest Islamic population, estimated at nearly 6.6 billion people, of whom about 2.6 million are Muslims.
The religion has been practiced for over 2,700 years in India and other Muslim countries.
Muslims comprise more than 85% of the Muslim world, although they make up less than 1% of India´s population.11.
Christianity The Church of Christ is the oldest Christian denomination in the United Kingdom.
In 1609, it was founded and grew out of a movement of reformers who sought to convert the Anglican Church into a more “Christian” institution.
The first Church of England was established in 1235.
The Church is one and the same as the Roman Catholic Church, with the two separate churches being known as the Anglicans and the Roman Catholics.12.
Hindu Samajwadi Party (HSP): A Hindu nationalist political party in India with close ties to the Bharatiya Janata Party, or BJP, which emerged as India’s ruling party in May 2017.
It holds the largest Hindu and minority population in India.
The party is also the largest political party, and one of India’s two main political parties.13.
Buddhism The Buddhist tradition is considered one of Buddhism´s most important cultural and spiritual traditions.
The Buddha established the first Buddhist monastery in India in 683 BCE, and later the Buddha established a school of Buddhism in southern China.
The Buddhist scriptures, written in Chinese and