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In the past couple weeks I have learned much about Hinduism.I am going to explain the differences between this religion and Christianity. First I will start off by trying to explain Hinduism. The definition of Hinduism is pretty much non-existent. In matter of fact it is not so much a religion.It is more of a religion-social system. Although Hinduism is very confusing (especially to me!!).I do understand casts are extremely important to the religion. Since the beginning of the idea of Hinduism ancient religion-social laws were created and were indestructible. Hindu's tried to build a wall of law around the faith so that none could stray from it. The main part of the wall was naturally the caste distinctions, and these therefore received the most careful attention of the lawmakers. The superiority of the Brahmans and the inferiority of the laborer were declared to be ordered in heaven according to divine plans for the prosperity of the world. The cast system was with a m!
an like his breath, was with him instantly from birth to death. Indeed, unlike his breath, it was suppose to follow him into the grave. These laws that regulate the caste are saved for there is no other unifying element in all Hinduism. Also Christians often form castes or bodies that sort of act like castes. This is done to form a more or less separate community. There are two major sections in Hinduism and at least fifty-seven sub sections, each are seeking to attain salvation with the aid of its own gods and ceremonies. Christianity, which is even more intensively divided, is at least united by its recognition of Jesus. Hinduism has no such common doctrine. It is true that about 300 A.D. (or C.E.) an attempt was made to created such a doctrine by combining the there main Hindu gods into a universally acceptable trinity, but the attempt failed. By popular account it is known that Hinduism has thirty million gods, and Christianity belief is just one main…