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What religion did Jesus practice?
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Jerusalem is the third most sacred city in which religion?
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What religion does not derive its origin from Abraham?
Buddhism follows the teaching of Buddha and is based on Dharma, the code of divine and natural laws. God is the centerpiece in Abrahamic religions. Liberation from suffering through enlightenment and achievement of profound peace and wisdom known as Nirvana, is the ultimate goal in Dharmic religions. God, gurus, meditation, yoga, are considered as tools along the journey and many re-incarnations.
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Where is the world headquarters of the Baha’i religion?
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What is the world’s oldest religion?
Hinduism is widely regarded to be the oldest religion in the world. It is the most common religion in India, and its origins can be traced back to around 1500 BC. It encompasses a variety of beliefs, practices, and traditions. Fundamental teachings include Dharma, emphasizing moral and ethical duties, Karma, the concept of cause and effect, Moksha, liberation from the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth; the unity of Atman (soul) and Brahman (supreme reality); Yoga and Meditation to purify the mind. It embraces adherence to the principle of ahimsa, which is no injury in thought, word, and action, given that life is sacred and deserving of love and reverence
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In what continent is Christianity having the fastest growth?
Despite occasional fluctuations, Africa, particularly Sub-Saharan Africa, has consistently witnessed the fasted growth in Christianity for several decades.
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Where was the Coptic Orthodox Church founded?
The Coptic Orthodox Church was founded in Egypt by Saint Mark in the first century.
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Why did the Church of England break away from the Roman Catholic Church?
Pope Clement VII refused to annul the marriage of King Richard VIII who wanted to get rid of Catherine of Aragon so that he could marry Anne Boleyn.
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What was the first country in history to adopt Christianity as the state religion?
Armenia adopted Christianity as the official religion in 301 AD. The Apostolic Church of Armenia was founded in the first century.
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What was the second country in history to adopt Christianity as the state religion?
Ethiopia was probably the second Christian country, though some authors argue that it was the first. Ethiopian king Ezana issued a decree around 330 A.D. making Christianity the official religion of his kingdom.
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