The Theological Universe
Salvation is the ultimate ambition of the vast majority of the world's most dominant religions. I have researched thirty-one religions that represent the vast majority of the religions of the world. From Christianity that represents one-third of the global religious community, to Judaism that represents a mere minute fraction of a percent. Rituals and beliefs change, but the ultimate spiritual goal remains the same, appeasing their Supreme Being and finding eternal piece. I found that all the various different beliefs, rituals, and traditions end up being different roads that lead to the same location, salvation. The details of the thirty-one most popular and main religions of the world are disused and analyzed. The religions are among the world's main religious denominations, thereby covering the vast majority of the planet's religious beliefs.
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