Faculty; Dr. Angela Edwards
May 14, 2014
The US has many religions that some of us are not familiar with for instance sacred texts of five world religions (Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism) use comparable faith procedures toward setting boundaries on sexual conduct. We suggest that these differences is a communicated cultural explanation toward a biotic problem: namely male uncertainty over the paternity of offspring. Furthermore, we propose the hypothesis that religious practices that more strongly regulate female sexuality should be more successful at promoting paternity certainty. Religion is a unified system of beliefs, rituals and practices involving a broader community of believers sharing common definitions of the sacred and profane. Sacred is the supernatural, divine, awe inspiring and spiritually significant aspects of our existence. Profane is that which part of regular everyday life experience is. For sociologists, religion is typically studied in two approaches: As a cultural approach evaluating religious aspects of the culture shared by followers of a certain religion; and as a theoretical approach to religion including its symbols, functions, exchange-based interactions and power issues. Keywords (Religion, analyzing, determination, conclusion, conduct)
These days there are so many cultures out there that some of us are familiar with and some of us are not. The United States happens to have so many cultures like Protestant, Roman Catholic, Mormon, other Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Muslim as well as so much more (Ask 2014). Each religion has its own belief some have the same beliefs others are different. Hopefully I will try to explain the similarities and the contrast on two cultures that I am not familiar with. The cultures that happen to grab my attention were Islam and Judaism there is something that that is very interesting let’s find out why together. First of all Judaism, is a set of ideas about the world along with the way we should live our lives which there for it is called “Judaism” (Judaism 101 n.d.). Happens to be one of the oldest of all the Abrahamic religions. The founding prophet was Moses who was chosen by God to lead the Israelite slaves out of Egypt (Islam vs Judaism, n.d). They also have faith that God has chosen the Jews to be his selected people toward establishing an example of holiness as well as ethical behavior to the world. Judaism is much more like a family faith as well as ceremonies that started early, when a Jewish boy baby is circumcised at eight days old. Which is following the instructions that God happened to give Abraham around 4,000 years ago. There are so many Jewish religious customs that revolve around the home, an example that is given would be the Sabbath meal, which is families join together to welcome a special day (BBC n.d.). Judaism have faith in that Jews are distinctively united by means of each other. Nevertheless of where we reside in the world, each Jew is a part of a worldwide Jewish society. The Torah is Judaism's maximum significant manuscript. It covers tales along with the Ten Commandments that teaches us about life expectancy as well as fatality (BBC n.d.). The Judaism’s have thirteen principles of faith here I will explain a couple. Belief in the existence of the Creator, who is perfect in every manner of existence and is the Primary Cause of all that exists. The imperative to worship God completely along with no foreign false gods. The faith in the preeminence of the prediction of Moses our instructor. The confidence in the entrance of the Messiah as well as the messianic period. The confidence in the revivification of the deceased. The faith in God's non-corporeality, nor that He will be pretentious by slightly physical incidence, such as association, or relaxation, otherwise residing (The Thirteen Principles of Jewish Faith n.d.)....
References: Ask.com, (2014). How Many Cultures Are There in the United States.
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