2 What you will learn in this unit... What are the characteristics of major religions? How are they similar and different? How have major religions affected culture? How have belief systems spread over large areas?
3 PRE- TEST Directions: For each statement below, determine whether the question applies to Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism or Buddhism. Each statement may apply to more than one religion. Write the appropriate letter (C, I, J, H or B) Their Holy Book is called the Quran Jesus is considered the son of God This religion accepts both the Old and New Testaments as Holy Books This religion believes in karma and reincarnation This is the main religion in India This religion believes in one Supreme Being This religion accepts the Old Testament as its only Holy Book Jerusalem is considered a holy city Followers of this religion call themselves Muslims The Ten Commandments are accepted as guidelines for ethical behavior This religion has a number of sects or denominations Place of worship is a church Place of worship is a mosque Place of worship is a synagogue
4 Major Religions and Where They Are Concentrated Source: The Global Religious Landscape
7 History Hinduism has no single founder, but originated from the mixing of Harappan and Aryan cultures in ancient India around 1500 BCE. Hindus believe in one unifying spirit, Brahman. Brahman can manifest in many, polytheistic, forms or in one, monotheistic.
8 Read the following primary source about the Brahman (textbook page 67) and answer the following questions in your handout. 1. How does the document describe the Brahman? 2. After reading this passage, do you believe Hinduism is polytheistic or monotheistic? Use the text to support your answer.
9 Beliefs Hinduism is based on the concept of reincarnation. Spirits return to earth many times in different forms trying to become one with Brahman. The soul moves up or down a hierarchy depending on their behavior in life. A person moves closer to Brahman by obeying the law of karma. Karma is the sum of all your deeds, good and bad. Good deeds involve following your dharma, or duties dependent on your position, gender and occupation. Moksha, or being released from the cycle of rebirth, is the ultimate goal for Hindus.
10 The caste system (outlawed since 1948) was an important part of Hinduism. Castes are social classes into which a person is born and lives their entire life. If a person has good karma, they may be reincarnated into a higher caste. This life Born into a caste Next life Good Karma Higher caste Bad Karma Lower caste
11 The caste system separated Indian society into distinct social classes in which everyone knew their place. They believed that if they followed the dharma of their caste & had good karma, they would be reincarnated into a better caste. Brahmin Priest Kshatriya Rulers and Warriors Vaishya Peasants and Traders Shudra Laborers/Servants Untouchables
12 Analyze the image in your textbook (pg. 64) and answer the following questions in your handout 1. What makes up the Shudras class? 2. Why might the Shudras be associated with the feet? 3. Why might the caste of brahmins be associated with the mouth?
13 Over the centuries Hindu beliefs were recorded into a number of sacred texts including the Vedas and the Upanishads. Sacred Texts The Ramayana is a Hindu creation story.
14 Practices Hindus believe the Ganges River is a sacred site. Thousands make a pilgrimage each year and many wish to be cremated and have their ashes sprinkled in the river upon death. There are about billion followers worldwide, mostly in India and Nepal. Video: Review of Hinduism
15 Making Connections: Answer the following question in your handout What would be a pilgrimage in the religion you practice and why? Hint: Look back to your religion vocab for the definition of pilgrimage
16 Yoga Time: Side Bend
17 Yoga Time: Mountain Pose
18 Yoga Time: Tree pose
20 History Buddhism was founded by Siddhartha Gautama in northern India around 560 BCE. Gautama was born into a wealthy Hindu family, but renounced his wealth to seek spiritual enlightenment. About Buddha sm/about-buddha-the-founder-of-buddhism/
21 Making Connections: Answer the following question in your handout List 5 things you want as gifts?
22 Use the following chart in your notes to complete Buddhism s Four Noble Truths
23 Buddhism is based on the Four Noble Truths: 1. All life is suffering. 2. Suffering is caused by desire for things that are illusions. 3. The way to eliminate suffering is to eliminate desire. 4. Following the Eightfold path will help people to overcome desire.
24 Video on Zen Buddhism h?v=_wai2fwuqn4
26 Meditation h?v=dezbdln2bjc 5 minute meditation
27 Making Connections How did you feel while meditating? Why do you think Buddhists use meditation?
28 Beliefs Like Hindus, Buddhists also believe in reincarnation, & Karma. The ultimate goal of Buddhists is to reach Nirvana which stops the process of reincarnation. Originally, Buddhists did not believe in any Gods.
29 Sacred Texts Sacred Buddha did not record his teachings, but after he died, his followers collected them into the Tripitaka. Another well known Buddhist scripture is the Dhammapada.
30 Spread Buddhism spread through cultural diffusion to eastern Asia, including China, Thailand, Korea and Japan. In other areas, Buddhism was adapted and took on new forms. There are about 400 million followers worldwide.
31 Leadership Today s Tibetan Buddhists are led by the Dalai Lama, who advocates for freedom from China. Brief Biography ief-biography Pictures ge-0
32 Answer the following critical thinking question in your notes: Why do you think Buddha is typically portrayed with long ears?
33 Create a Venn diagram that compares and contrasts Hinduism and Buddhism. Creac
34 Buddhism has much in common with Hinduism, but also has important differences: Differences Similarities Caste system/ dharma (H) Started in India Hindu gods Reincarnation Karma Differences Four Noble Truths & 8 Fold Path(B) Founder (B) lack of founder Amount of followers Dharma (H) Amount of Moksha/Nirvana Universalizing followers Sacred texts Religion Ethnic Religions
35 Judaism Live Streaming from the Western Wall l/jerusalem-district/jerusalem/western-wall.html About the Western Wall tern_wall/
36 History Judaism originated in the Middle East around 1000 BCE. God made a covenant, or promise to Abraham to be the God of the Hebrews. Abraham is considered the founder of Judaism.
37 ANALYZING SOURCES Genesis is the first book (chapter) in the Old Testament. Use the primary source below to answer the questions that follow. 1. According to the document, what did God have to do to create the universe? 2. What does this tell you about the extent of his power?
39 According to Jewish tradition, God chose the Hebrews and helped them to escape slavery in Egypt. God gave Hebrews the Ten Commandments through Moses. The Ten Commandments describe how people should behave toward God and one another. Judaism is one of the first monotheistic religions. Jews are waiting for a messiah, or savior
40 Analyze the following primary source (textbook page 79) and answer the DBQs in your handout.
41 Jews were discriminated against in the Roman Empire and eventually kicked out of their homeland, Israel, in what is known as the Diaspora.
42 Sacred Texts The Torah is a sacred scripture recording laws and events in Jewish history. The Old Testament of the Bible includes the Torah.
43 Followers There are about 20 million followers worldwide. The Star of David is the universal symbol of Judaism. Review Video for Judaism Judaism had a great influence on the later development of Christianity and Islam.
45 History Jesus Biography /jesus-christ Christianity originated from Judaism about 30 CE. Christians believe that Jesus was a Messiah, or savior sent by God to bring eternal life to anyone who would follow him. Jesus accepted the Ten Commandments and also preached equality of man before God. Jesus was crucified in the Roman Empire. Pg. 168
46 ANALYZING SOURCES Jesus often utilized stories to get his point across. A parable is a simple story used to illustrate a spiritual lesson. Use the primary source below to answer the questions in your handout. P Why do you think Jesus would want people to love their enemies? 2. What are some situations that might happen in your life that would make you have to offer your other cheek?
47 Spread Persecution of the Christians Christians posed a problem for the Roman Rulers because they refused to worship Roman gods Christians were used as scapegoats Romans exiled, imprisoned, or executed Christians for refusing to worship Roman deities. Despite persecution, Christianity became a powerful force and spread throughout Roman Empire Continued to gain strength when Constantine (Roman Emperor) converted to Christianity and announced an end to persecution (AD 313)
48 Fall of Rome and Rise of the Church
49 Fall of Rome and Rise of the Church
50 Leadership Church Structure As the church grew, a hierarchy emerged The Church had different ranks of clergy, or religious officials Pope was head of Church All clergy, including bishops and priests fell under pope s authority For most people, local priests served as the main contact with the Church
51 Sacred Text The sacred text of Christianity is the Christian Bible. There are about 2.3 billion followers worldwide. Video: What is Christianity
52 Complete the geography skillbuilder questions textbook page 171) in your handout.
53 Turn to pg. 491 in your textbook
54 Comprehension Questions: 1. What do all these belief systems have in common? 2. Which two originated in the Middle East? 3. Which two originated in India? 4. Which religion gave rise to the caste system? 5. How do religions spread? 6. How are Hinduism and Buddhism alike and different? Short Video on the five major world religions
55 Review: Use your notes to complete the chart Hinduism Followers Worldwide Name of Deity Founder Holy Book Basic Beliefs Buddhism Judaism Christianity
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