The 5 religions

Timeline created by kaleenac
  • 2,000 BCE

    Judaism

    They believed God exists. They also believed God is one and unique. They believed prayers go to only god and no other. The dead will be resurrected. You had to be kosher. Being kosher meant you could only have certain kinds of food. Like the blood had to be boiled or drained out before eaten. You can not have any rodents, reptiles, amphibians, and insects. Only the front half of a cow can be eaten.
  • 1,565 BCE

    Judah's birth

    Judah's birth
    Judah was born in the kingdom of Judea
  • Period:
    -700 BCE
    to
    1,492 BCE

    Islam

    Theirs about 1.2 billion Muslims world wide today. Only 18% of the Muslims live in Arab. 20% of Muslims live in Sub-Saharan Africa. 30% in South Asian region of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. The worlds largest single Muslim community is in Indonesia. Theirs 2 main branches of Islam today. Sunni is the first branch. Shiite is the second branch.
  • -600 BCE

    Buddhisms exploration

    Buddhisms exploration
    Siddhartha Gautama found Buddhisms in the 6th century.
  • -563 BCE

    Buddhism

    The founder of Buddhism is Siddhartha Gautama. Siddhartha Gautama was a prince. He led an extremely sheltered life in the royal compound. FIRST NOBLE TRUTH- Everything in life is suffering or has sorrow.
    SECOND NOBLE TRUTH- What causes the suffering or sorrow is peoples sorrow for material things.
    THIRD NOBLE TRUTH- The only way to end suffering is to give up all desires.
    FOURTH NOBLE TRUTH- The way to get over these desires is to be enlightened by following the Eight Fold Path.
  • -400 BCE

    Hinduism

    The third largest religion with about 900 million adherents. Hinduism is also the most known religion in the world as of today. Their is no single founder for Hinduism. Their is only one big god in Hinduism. That one big god is Vedas.
  • Period:
    -100 BCE
    to
    -200 BCE

    Christianity

    Based on the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. Judah was born in the kingdom of Judea. Part of Israel. Controlled by Rome. Studied Judaism as a youth. A savior sent by god. Jesus began to travel through Judea. Authorities believed the teachings of Jesus and his growing popularity would cause political uprising.