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A 12 page comparison of two of the world's major religions. A brief overview of religion as a whole is provided as a backdrop. Religion is defined and the contention presented that, in spite of many in modern society's reluctance to accept the fact, both Bahai and Catholicism are religions. Brief histories of these religions is enlivened with a discussion on the comparative structures of these two religions as they have evolved within this history. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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many as different as night and day. There are in fact distinct organizational differences between these two faiths. Despite the structural differences, however, there are many similarities
in the precepts and teachings of these two religions. Even more importantly, perhaps, is the similarity in the ultimate goal of these distinct religions. That goal is the
goal of attaining a greater human purpose and ethics of being. The purpose of this paper is to explore both the similarities and the differences that exist in these
two religions. Of particular emphasis will be the point that while Bahai functions in a largely informal environment, Catholicism functions within strict hierarchy and organization. Interesting as well,
however, is the fact that while Bahai actually embraces Catholic teachings, indeed it embraces the teaching of many major religions, Catholicism rejects all religions other than itself. This paper
will address those points by first providing a brief overview of religion as a whole. Religion will be defined and the contention that, in spite of many in modern societys
reluctance to accept the fact, both Bahai and Catholicism are religions presented. Brief histories of these religions will be presented and, most importantly, a comparison of the relative structure
of these two religions as they have evolved within this history. Introduction
Through belief in religion individuals are given both explanation and goals by which they can gauge their lives and those of others. Religion gives ultimate
purpose (Haarsma, 1996). Whether the beliefs of a particular religion revolve around an almighty Creator or simply a set of rules and goals, religion gives much-needed structure (Haarsma,