WHICH IS THE BEST RELIGION IN THE WORLD: Which is most powerful religion?
Religion is a very important subject in our lives. The choice of religion is a matter of individual’s choice. Every person has a right to choose and believe in the religion he/she likes. But before making any decision, it is always better to know about all religions and their beliefs so that you can make the right choice for yourself and also explain others why you have chosen your particular faith.
WHICH IS THE BEST RELIGION IN THE WORLD
There are many religions in the world and each one has its own followers. Some of these religions are more popular than others, but which one is best?
According to a recent study by researchers at the University of Oxford, Islam is the best religion. Christianity came second followed by Buddhism and Hinduism as third and fourth respectively.
Islam is the second largest religion in the world, with approximately 1.8 billion followers. It’s also one of the fastest growing religions in the world, with an estimated annual growth rate of 2%–higher than Christianity or any other major religion.
Islam means “submission” to Allah (God), and Muslims must submit themselves to God by following his commands as set forth in their holy book: The Qur’an. Islam emphasizes compassion for others and peace between nations, making it one of the most peaceful religions on earth!
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Christianity is the largest religion in the world, with an estimated 2.3 billion adherents, known as Christians. It began as a Jewish sect in the Mediterranean Basin of the first century CE and spread throughout the Roman Empire.
Christianity has been called “the faith of all faiths” because it has been so influential on other religions (including Judaism) and culture at large. The term “Christian” comes from Christ himself, who claimed to be God incarnate; his followers took up this claim and formed what we now know as Christianity–and thus began two millennia of theological debate over what exactly that means!
Buddhism is a religion and philosophy based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, commonly known as the Buddha. The Buddha lived between 563 and 483 BCE in what is now Nepal. He was born a prince but left his worldly life to seek enlightenment through meditation and spiritual practices. He became an enlightened being (Sanskrit: samyaksa?nya; Pali: samma?sambuddha) after several decades of such practice, which led him to discover what Buddhists call “the middle way”–a path between sensual indulgence and self-mortification that leads to liberation from suffering.
Buddhists do not consider there to be any one founder or leader because they believe all people have within them an inner potential for enlightenment through their own efforts regardless of whether or not they consider themselves followers of Buddhism specifically (although many do).
Hinduism is the world’s oldest religion and has approximately 1 billion followers. Hindus believe in one supreme god, Brahma, who created everything. They also believe that karma determines fate and reincarnation allows people to be reborn into different forms based on their actions during their lifetime. Hindus worship multiple gods including Vishnu (the preserver), Shiva (the destroyer) and Hanuman (an ape-like creature).
Hindus are tolerant of other religions including Christianity, Judaism, Islam etc., but they do not accept Jesus Christ as God or prophet because he did not come from India like other prophets who were born there such as Moses or Abraham
The answer to this question depends on what you mean by “best.” If we’re talking about the most popular religion in the world, then Islam is the winner. It has 1.6 billion followers worldwide, compared to Christianity’s 2 billion adherents and Hinduism’s 900 million practitioners.
The same goes for number of countries that have an official state religion: 25 of them are Muslim nations (though some are not majority-Muslim countries). In comparison, there are only eight Christian-majority states–and five of these also recognize Judaism as their official faith!
When it comes down to sheer numbers of followers and countries with official state religions though…Islam wins out again!
I think that the best religion in the world is Islam because it has many good things about it. For example, Allah has given us the ability to read and write so we can learn more about our religion and how to live a good life according to what our creator wants us all to do.