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This 7 page paper compares and contrasts Hinduism and the Baptist religion, and touches on the problems arising between them. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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worlds Baptists live in the United States (Baptist, 2006). Oddly, these two disparate faiths have come into recent conflict, perhaps fueled by what appears to be religious intolerance on the
part of the Baptists. This paper compares and contrasts the two religions, and touches on the problems arising between them. Hinduism Its well known that Hinduism is an ancient religion,
though its exact development is in dispute (Robinson, 2005). "The classical theory of the origins of Hinduism traces the religions roots to the Indus valley civilization circa 4000 to 2200
BCE" (Robinson, 2005). The repeated invasions impacted the development of the Indus civilization; the major influence was the invasion of "light-skinned, nomadic Aryan Indo-European tribes" from Russia and central Asia,
who invaded Northern India in approximately 1500 BCE (Robinson, 2005). These invaders brought their religion with them, a faith called "Vedism" and mingled it with the faith of those already
in the Indus Valley (Robinson, 2005). That at least is the theory, but it is now being rejected by scholars and archeologists for a number of reasons, including the fact
that much of it was based on a literal interpretation of the Bible that makes the world only a few thousand years old (Robinson, 2005). Thinking now is that
the invasions were less important than first thought, and that the fall of the Indus Valley civilization was caused by internal causes and possibly floods (Robinson, 2005). It may be
that the so-called "Aryan invasion" never happened; if that is true, then Hinduism developed among the people who continuously populated the region and "who traditionally considered themselves to be Aryans"
(Robinson, 2005). After the birth of Christ, many sects developed within Hinduism, "each dedicated to a specific deity" (Robinson, 2005). The Hindu pantheon is extensive, comprised of millions of gods.