Religion is a belief or faith in a group of ideas.
Dharm has two meanings:
- LAW or ethical standard.
- FAITH or Belief in the supernatural.
Religions of Law[edit | edit source]
Religions of Faith[edit | edit source]
Religion solely based on Faith in Supernatural is Wicca (Magick).
Religions of Law and Faith[edit | edit source]
Religious Law in Hinduism is known as Yog Dharm and it's devout practioners are known as Yogi. Yog or Yoga is practiced in two different ways: Physical dicipline and Mental dicipline. Faith in Hinduism refers to belief in God(s) and taking part in ceremonies.
Christian law has a set of 7 virtues to be followed and 7 sins to be avoided. Faith in Christianity refers to belief in Jesus Christ as the saviour.