Hinduism

Original Text:


The main religion in India is Hinduism; a way of life as well as a theology and philosophy. Unlike Christianity and Judaism; Hinduism is a polytheistic religion; with deities numbering in the hundreds. Hinduism is unlike many other religions; it allows its creeds and practices to vary widely from place to place and person to person. Other religions have churches; Hinduism does not. Other religions have principal prophets and holy books; Hinduism does not. Other religions center on specially trained priests or other leaders; Hinduism promotes the individual as his or her own priest. In Hindu belief there are four types of people; reflective, emotional, active, and experimental. Each type of person has a different technique for realizing the true, immortal self; which has infinite existence, infinite knowledge, and infinite joy.

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Revised Text:

The main religion in India is Hinduism, a way of life as well as a theology and philosophy. Unlike Christianity and Judaism, Hinduism is a polytheistic religion with deities numbering in the hundreds. Hinduism is unlike many other religion, it allows its creeds and practices to vary widely from place to place, and from person to person. Other religions have churches, Hinduism does not. Other religions have principal prophets and holy books, Hinduism does not. Other religions center on specially trained priests or other leaders, Hinduism promotes the individual as his or her own priest.

In Hindu belief there are four types of people; reflective, emotional, active, and experimental. Each type of person has a different technique for realizing the true, immortal self, which has infinite existence, infinite knowledge, and infinite joy.

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