Christianity is a religion with over a billion adherents worldwide, but it is in a relatively short-lived heyday.
Buddhism is the most widely practiced religion in the world today, and Islam is the world’s second-largest religion.
In the past, many of the more than 2.5 billion people who subscribe to Christianity, Islam, or Buddhism all came from one of these three religions.
The religions are all based on the idea of a shared world that was once separate, and that is now interconnected.
Today, Buddhism and Christianity are more popular than the Roman Catholic Church, which had an estimated 80 million members in 2000.
The Roman Catholic religion is based on Christianity, but its roots are in Eastern and Central Asia.
Today the Catholic Church is a global organization with churches all over the world, but many of its members have come from other faiths.
Christianity is not as popular as it once was, but as more people of faith become more educated about the religion, it is becoming more popular.
Buddhism and Islam are both based on Hinduism, but Christianity is based more on Hindu beliefs.
Islam is more popular among people of North Africa, the Middle East, and Asia than among Muslims worldwide.
Buddhism, which originated in China, has been growing in popularity over the past three decades, although it is still not as widespread as Christianity.
In recent years, Islam has been gaining popularity.
As more people understand that Islam is a religious and spiritual tradition, they are more likely to be converted to Islam.
Buddhism also has a long history.
The religion first gained international popularity in India, where it was called Jainism.
Buddhism was a form of Buddhism that came from the ancient Indian civilization.
As it grew, it gradually became a religion that spread throughout the world.
Today more than one-quarter of the world population is Buddhist.
Christianity has been practiced for thousands of years, and it is the only religion that has survived in the face of the destruction of Christianity by the Roman Empire in the 7th century.
Islam and Buddhism have also long been linked, and they share the same basic tenets: the belief in the supernatural and in the power of God to deliver humans from sin and bring them back to a state of peace.
Christians have a rich history in the Americas.
They first arrived in the United States in the 16th century, after settling in New Spain and other Spanish colonies.
Some historians say that some of the first converts to Christianity came from Spain and Portugal, but the majority came from Asia.
The Christian faith is based in Islam and is believed to have come into existence in the sixth century A.D. in the Muslim world.
Many of the earliest Christian missionaries were from the Muslim Arabian peninsula, which is located in the Arabian Peninsula.
Today about 90 percent of the Christian population in the Middle Eastern countries are Muslims.
In addition to Christianity and Islam, there are many other religions that are also based on belief in a world that has been separated for thousands or millions of years.
Buddhism has its roots in China and has spread to the rest of the Asia-Pacific region since the second millennium A.d.
Christianity began in China in the second century A, when Emperor Justinian created Christianity and introduced it to the Chinese people.
Buddhism in China has been expanding in recent years.
The most popular religion in China today is Buddhism, followed by Hinduism and Christianity.
Christianity in Japan has been the most popular, with about 75 percent of all Japanese adults saying they attend church weekly.
Buddhism became popular in India around the same time as China, and by the third century A., it had become the second-most popular religion after Hinduism.
Christianity was also popular in Africa during the third millennium A., when Christianity spread to Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda.
Buddhism spread to Nigeria during the fourth century A.: Christianity spread in Africa as well.
Around that time, Islam spread in the region, and the Koran was written in the third and fourth centuries A. The Koran was the first book in the Koran to contain a divine description of Jesus Christ, and later the teachings of Islam became the basis for all major religions.
Islam has also spread to other regions of the Middle and Near East.
Buddhism emerged in China around the fifth century A and became the second most popular faith.
Islam first appeared in Indonesia around the fourth or fifth century, and has been a major religion in Asia for thousands years.
In ancient Egypt, Christianity spread, although Muslims were not allowed to practice the faith.
Today there are over three million Muslims in the entire Middle East.
Judaism, Buddhism (and the other four religions) are the most common religions in Africa, Asia, and Europe, although the United Kingdom is the second largest Christian nation after the United State of America.
Christianity, Judaism, and Hinduism are all the oldest religious traditions in the Western world.
Islam came to the West in the 13th century A.; Buddhism emerged around the 10th century B. Christianity spread into Europe and Asia, eventually