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  • Who are Rice Farmers?
    Who are Rice Farmers?
    It is in sudra, because it is and there is very warm.

  • Allah is the God of Islamics Only
    Allah is the God of Islamics Only
    Allah is what muslims refer to as God. However, Christianity and Judaism don't call God Allah. They all believe in the same God with some changes here and there. This makes the question very ambiguous. Change the wording of it

  • What is the difference between the Christian and Jewish Bible?
    What is the difference between the Christian and Jewish Bible?
    The following are the differences between the Christian and Jewish Bible: a. The Christians regard the following books of the Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Samuel, Kings, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi, Psalms, Proverbs, Job, Songs of Solomon, Ruth, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes, Esther, Daniel, Ezra, and Chronicles as the “Old Testament” while the Jews regard them as the ‘Tanakh”. The Jewish bible regards the five books of Moses, also known as Pentateuch, as the most important section of their scripture. In addition, the Jewish’ Old Testament book is grouped into three, namely: Pentateuch, Nevi’im, and Ketuvim. b. Lastly, Christians incorporate the following additional books as part of the Bible: The gospel of Matthew, The gospel of Mark, The gospel of John, The gospel of Luke, Acts of the Apostles, Epistles, and the book of Revelation. On the other hand, the Jews don’t accept these books as part of the bible.

  • Why are all good Gospel singers African-American?
    Why are all good Gospel singers African-American?
    It may appear that all good gospel singers are African-American because gospel music has long been a part of African-American culture. More African-Americans listen to gospel music compared to other races in the United States, so young African-American children are exposed to this type of music and may be inspired to pursue gospel singing more than children of other races. As is the case with other art forms, as the fan base becomes more broad and diverse so do the artists. As gospel music becomes more popular, it would be expected that the race of gospel singers will become more diverse.

  • Did Jesus have any siblings and cousins?
    Did Jesus have any siblings and cousins?
    To provide an answer to this question, I turned to Got Questions Ministries, accessed April 17, 2018, [https://gotquestions.org/Jesus-siblings.html]. "Jesus’ brothers are mentioned in several Bible verses. Matthew 12:46, Luke 8:19, and Mark 3:31 say that Jesus’ mother and brothers came to see Him. The Bible tells us that Jesus had four brothers: James, Joseph, Simon, and Judas (Matthew 13:55). The Bible also tells us that Jesus had sisters, but they are not named or numbered (Matthew 13:56). In John 7:1-10, His brothers go on to the festival while Jesus stays behind. In Acts 1:14, His brothers and mother are described as praying with the disciples. Galatians 1:19 mentions that James was Jesus’ brother. The most natural conclusion of these passages is to interpret that Jesus had actual blood half-siblings."

  • Is there any truly "secularistic" nation on Earth?
    Is there any truly "secularistic" nation on Earth?
    The separation of religion and state is the foundation of secularism. It ensures religious groups don't interfere in affairs of state, and the state doesn't interfere in religious affairs. By this definition, to my knowledge, there is no truly “secularistic” nation on Earth. Japan may come close as it is considered a secular democracy. Japan’s constitution, Article 20, Freedom of Religion, Secularity of State, sets out 4 points separating religion from the state. Also, some countries may be moving toward secularism. Norway, for example, changed its constitution and declared that the Evangelical Lutheran religion would no longer be the state’s official religion.

  • Is there a being greater than God?
    Is there a being greater than God?
    Why does the rich want nothing it makes no sense?

  • What is a perennial issue?
    What is a perennial issue?
    Perennial issues are those that are always in existence and will probably exist into perpetuity, and it is a way to find logic in religious and non-religious belief systems. Its purpose is to explain the role that logic plays in conventional, as well as non-conventional belief systems. Making decisions based solely upon faith tends to be irrational. For example, leaving a job or relationship based on the notion that a higher power has instructed the person to do so is unreasonable. However, when faith comes into play, there are no clear rules about what rational or irrational means, and it all depends upon the situation. Logic generally must play a role in decision making, unless there is a higher purpose or reason for the decision. The structure of such a rationalized belief system resembles but does not emphasize a system of strictly logic and streamlined systems. Logic is based upon reasoning, and religion is based upon faith.

  • What was the UN parition plan (1948) called that would have created a separate Jewish and muslim state?
    What was the UN parition plan (1948) called that would have created a separate Jewish and muslim state?
    In 1948, a plan was put into place to separate people based on their religion. That may seem prejudice and wrong, but back then, there were several actions done that would never have been done today. This is probably one of them. This plan was called the United Nations Partition Plan that would create a separation between the Jewish and Muslim State. It was known as the state solution. It started though in 1947. This was most likely done due to there being problems between these two groups based on their religion. This had occurred in the past when a war took place called the Crusades were three religious groups were using the same area as their holy land.

  • Why was the Hagia Sophia, the greates Eastern Orthodox cathedral of Constantinople, spared by the Ottoman Sultan in 1453?
    Why was the Hagia Sophia, the greates Eastern Orthodox cathedral of Constantinople, spared by the Ottoman Sultan in 1453?
    The correct answer to this question is D, all of the above. Built in 537 AD, Hagia Sophia is a former Greek Orthodox Christian patriarchal cathedral. In 1453, the Ottoman Empire conquered Constantinople, when the Ottoman Sultan ordered it to be converted into a mosque. The Ottoman Sultan was immensely impressed by the cathedral's beauty and architecture, investing a lot of money into rebuilding Hagia Sophia, while most of the rest of the city was in ruins. He even permitted some of the finest Christian mosaics to remain preserved. Before entering the church, struck by its beauty, the Ottoman Sultan prayed and then spared some of the enslaved Greeks who were not already taken away.

  • Which religion aims at nirvana, the state of being free from suffering?
    Which religion aims at nirvana, the state of being free from suffering?
    Buddhism is a form of religion that allows for the ability to be reincarnated or to “come back.” Nirvana is a term which is a state of freedom from suffering. It is a term that means different things to different Buddhists. Technically, it is the perpetual state of being extinguished. The cycle of rebirth and suffering continues until achieving the state of nirvana. When all craving for anything that remotely pertains to greediness or egocentricity is eradicated, then one can truly be delivered from the cycle of birth and death. In psychological terms, it refers to a kind of transformed state of soul, body, and mind. It is a unique spiritual journey towards enlightenment.

  • How long is a single Kalpa?
    How long is a single Kalpa?
    1. 1000 cycles of the four yugas-a kalpa is equal to 4.32 billion years and is a day of lord brahma. one thousand cycles of the four yugas (satya, treta, dvapara and the present kali yuga) or ages (gold, silver, bronze and iron age) equals to one kalpa. nrsimha appeared close to the end of satya yuga or the golden age. nrsimha, unlike many other incarnations does not appear one thousand times in one kalpa but around 10 times only. one kalpa equals to one day or night of lord brahma and only in the day of lord brahma that life in this material creation exists. with the onset of lord brahmas night, the entire universe is devastated and plunged into darkness. when another day of lord brahma begins, life again becoms manifest. every time nrsimha appears the pastime of nrsimha varies.

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