On Religion

Find resources on key topics related to religion around the world, including religious freedom, interfaith dialogue, religious tolerance, materialism, atheism and agnosticism. 

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Christianity

The life and teachings of Jesus Christ gave rise to what is now the largest religion in the world as 33% of the global populations consider themselves Christians. Learn more here. 

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Islam

Originating in Mecca in the early 7th century, Islam is now the world's second largest religion with over 1.7 billion followers. Learn more here. 

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Buddhism

Buddhism originated in India sometime between the 6th and 4th centuries BCE. From there, it spread through much of Asia before reaching the rest of world. It is the world's fourth largest religion with over 500 million followers. 

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Hot Topics

Freedom of Religion

A fundamental human right based on the freedom to practice any belief without government influence. Unfortunately, in many countries, people still face opposition and oppression to practice their faith freely.

Religious Tolerance

Respect of other religions is a basic part of society that allows us to understand and not discriminate on the basis of faith.

Islam

Founded in the 7th century by Muhammad, Islam contains all its teachings and beliefs in the Quran, the holy scripture of Islam. Believers, called Muslims view Muhammad as a messenger of their god or "Allah".

Interfaith Dialogue

Of growing importance today, interfaith dialogue movements aim to promote positive relationships between people of different faiths to create understanding and acceptance of one another.

Must Watch

Finding Happiness

Outside of Material Consumption.

Must Read

The Dalai Lama

On Science and Spirituality.

Suggested Blog

Religion and Belief

by The New York Times.

Hero of the Month

Thich Nhat Hanh

Thich Nhat Hanh is a global spiritual leader and peace activist, revered around the world for his amazing teachings on mindfulness with social action. 

Featured Organisation of the Month

Religion for Peace

Religions for Peace's envisions a world in which religious communities cooperate effectively for peace by taking concrete common action.

Featured Online Resource of the Month

A Common Word

A Common Word Between Us & You is a letter signed by leaders of the Islamic and Christian religions to present a united front. It calls for peace between Muslims and Christians and tries to work for the common good and understanding between both religions.