Religion is a cultural system of behaviour and practices, world views, sacred texts, holy places, ethics, and societal organisation that relate humanity to what an anthropologist has called “an order of existence”. Different religions may or may not contain various elements, ranging from the “divine” sacred things to “faith in a supernatural being” or to “some sort of ultimacy and transcendence that will provide norms and power for the rest of life”
The above definition is a more complex one and unfortunately it defines something which is even more complex than it , that is religion. Throughout the world we see a lot of traditions and religions being followed, each one is entirely different from the other but most of them have one thing in common that is some myths that the followers tend to believe strongly in and follow them blindly. So here are some of the religions and the myths attached to them.
Christianity is one of the oldest religion followed almost in every part of the world . Christianity is based on life and the teaching of Jesus Christ. He is the focal point of every tradition and values in the religion. Jesus Christ is considered to be son of the God and the savior of mankind. Christianity has almost 2.4 billion followers all around the world spread across the continents.
Myth No. 1: Christianity is intolerant and judgmental toward others.
Truth: Christianity teaches to love neighbour as self and to share the love of Jesus with others.
Myth No. 2: Christianity cannot be true because of the evil and suffering in our world.
Truth: Christianity offers the best hope and power to deal with suffering.
Myth No. 3: Christianity is untrue because it is based on faith instead of facts.
Truth: The claims of Christianity are based on historical facts that can be tested.
Myth No. 4: Christianity has been disproven by modern science.
Truth: The latest scientific evidence points to an intelligent designer behind all creation.
Myth No. 5: Christianity is not a religion for the educated.
Truth: Many of the world’s top past and present scholars are Christians.
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