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The supernatural dimension implies a foundation on some sort of divine revelation and is a central commonality to all world religions. It can therefore be said that the most significant element of a religious worldview is the belief in a divine being or power, which greater than humankind and the natural world. This being or power is believed to be responsible for the creation of the world, for providing a moral framework for human life and being the ultimate destiny of a human person at the end of their mortal life. Different responses: The Semitic religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam believe that the supernatural dimension is a single divine being or power. This doctrine or belief is known as monotheism. The two Easter religions, Hinduism and Buddhism, derive from an understanding of a number of divine beings or powers, a belief known as polytheism. Despite these differences, the belief in the existence of beings or powers beyond the realm of the natural world is an important defining element of a religious worldview,

[Define the characteristics of religion]

1. Beliefs and believers – the key tenets, doctrine, or values, which underpin the religious practice od a particular religion for the believers
a. Central belief for all religions = supernatural dimension
b. Paradigm = the core belief to belong to the religion
i. Christianity – the belief Jesus Christ died and rose from the dead in order to save humankind from sin and death ii. Buddhism – belief in the Three Refuges iii. Islam – Submission to Allah iv. Judaism – the belief that God has entered history and formed a covenant relationship with his people
v. Hinduism – the belief that the ultimate union with Brahman is the only real purpose for humans
2. Sacred texts and writings – The most important belief of a religion are contained in its sacred texts. Usually were in oral…...

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