Can somebody give the chronology of world's religions?

Starting from the oldest to the latest.

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  • krk
    Lv 7
    9 years ago
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    History Timeline of World Religions and its Founders

    2,085 BC. Judaism-Abraham

    1,500 BC. Hinduism- no specific founder

    560 BC. Buddhism- Gautama Buddha

    550 BC. Taoism - Lao Tzu

    599 BC. Jainism, Mahavira

    30 AD. Christianity –Jesus Christ

    50-100 AD. Gnosticism-

    150-250 AD. -Modalism (Monarchianism)–Sabellius, Praxeus, Noetus, Paul of Samosata

    325 AD. -After being persecuted for almost 200 years Constantine made the Church becomes a legal religion, compromise begins to enter.

    590 AD.-Roman Catholicism- Developed after Constantine; Pope Gregory?

    610 AD.- Islam- Mohammed

    1400 AD.- Rosicrucians-Christian Rosenkreuz (1694 US) Rosicrucians- Master Kelpius, Johann Andrea

    1515 AD.- Protestantism- (Reformers) Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli, John Calvin

    1650 AD.- Tibetan Buddhism-Dalai Lama

    1700 AD.- Freemasony- Albert Mackey, Albert Pike

    1760 AD.-Swedenborgism- Emmanuel Swedenborg

    1784 AD.- Shakers - Mother Ann Lee

    1830 AD.- Mormonism – Joseph Smith

    1830 AD.-Cambellites-Alexander & Thomas Cambell, Barton Stone

    1838 AD.-Tenrikyo- Miki Maegawa Nakayama Continued...

  • 9 years ago

    Still being practiced?

    Zoroastrianism came from pre-Zoroaster Mazdaism and is still practiced now.

    Hinduism and it`s offshoot Buddhism continues to this day.

    Judaism and the Abrahamics sort of branched off from Zoroastrianism too.

    Mithraism owes it`s beginnings to it.

    Christianity took a huge amount from Mithraism and Zoroastrianism, hence the Magi.

    Pre Mazdaism there were many Pagan religions.

    The latest?

    Who knows what someone has invented recently?

    Not an easy question to answer within the constraints of this forum.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    No, but here are 5 of the ones you hear about most often, from oldest to newest.

    Judaism - Basically classical Christianity. Worships Yahweh. Less hateful, at least the modern ones. Divided into two types. Orthodox and reform. Fran Drescher is a reform Jew. A normal person who identifies with Judaism, and worships Yahweh. Orthodox Jews are the ones who dress oddly, and are more judgmental. Lots more rules for them. A lot of people don't like them though. Holy book = Torah

    Christianity - Worships God, who also takes the form of Jesus and a Holy Ghost. All nonbelievers burn in hell eternally regardless of how good of people they are. Their holy book promotes slavery, murder, sexism, racism, etc etc. Holy book = Bible

    Islam - Same as the above, but worships Allah, not Jesus. Generally more peaceful, but more crazy extremists. Holy book= Quran

    Witchcraft/Wicca - Worships MANY gods, too many to list. Believe in the five elements, water, fire, earth, air, spirit. VERY peaceful. Their morals include basically, "If it doesn't do any harm, you can do it." NOT a group of crazy satan-worshipping revenge freaks at all. Nice, nice people. No holy book. perform spells.

    Satanism - Don't believe in god or Satan. Worship Satan, but only figuratively. Basically Satan is the strong part of yourself that you turn to in times of trouble. Ritual, magic, and ceremony of three types, compassion, destructive, and lust are very important, but are basically more like meditation, as they aren't ACTUALLY classical magic like in Witchcraft. Holy book = The Satanic Bible.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    The chart I have on my wall has lots of colorful strings and pins and labels.

    It starts somewhere on the bottom left with a picture of a rock. The first god. The sun is above the rock. It goes from there, and then there are lots of branches and branches. Closing into the right hand side, you have religions like Islam, Mormon, Wicca, Scientology, Pastafarianism, and Cowism.

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  • 9 years ago

    4026 B.C.E.Adam= The one only and true religion (who later proved unfaithful), without a need for a name

    3791 B.C.E. False religion rises, name unknown

    3339 B.C.E. Enoch= continues faithful in the one only and true religion

    2370 B.C.E. Noah= survives as follower of the one and only true religion along with his immediate family to populate the world

    Tower of Babel (false religion rises again)

    20th century B.C.E (original religion is finally named) Hebrew

    Hindu

    6th century B.C.E. Jainism

    6th century B.C.E. Buddhism

    6th century B.C.E. Taoism

    4th century B.C.E. Judaism (a corrupt interfaith of Hebrew religion and Greek philosophy)

    33 C.E. Christianity (as founded by Jesus Christ)

    4th century C.E. Catholicism (from which came Eastern Orthodox, Greek Orthodox, Coptic, and others related European religions)

    7th century C.E. Islam

    unknown but about the 8th century C.E. Shintoism

    15th century C.E. Protestantism (from which came Presbyterian, Methodist, Baptist, Pentecostal, and other related western religions)

    19th century C.E. Jehovah's Witnesses (the official name was changed from "Bible Students" in 1935 C.E., this is a resurgence of 1st century Christianity)

    Most dates are an approximate. This is by no means a complete list of all religions, just most of the major religions.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Superstition. Stupidity. Science.

    Beast worship. Paganism. Evolution.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    No reaction in any respect. the guy who commits blaspheme is a lot adequate of action and there is not any want to react for his action as FREEDOM of expression and perspectives could receive the precise priority. Am no longer contained in the game of believer and non-believer as both the suggestions are incorrect. As a thoughts your alternatives are worried : a million) Shake and shatter my faith : If my faith shatters and could be shaken through some action through somebody else, so its extra efficient to no longer have that faith in first position. in basic terms through uttering some words or depicting something adverse to my faith will reason harm then its extra efficient tobe destroyed truly following it blindly. 2) advance my faith : Its a self-convenience. easily, no conception is everlasting. easily all believers are deep down doubters. yet Mass hysteria works. Religions are part of mass hysteria. Mass by no potential own mind. 3) Make extra curious to confirm about faith : thousands of years of religion and nonetheless humanity is in discomfort and strife. in spite of convenience is extra really because of technology which more desirable in very last 2 hundred years. there are a form of issues make me curios than faith which has rotten concepts and ideology. 4) something else : there is conspiracy in each and every religions to preserve their vested pastimes. evidently human suggestions is done of questions which no relegions have solutions. so that they tactfully, made it blasphemous to ask adverse to their beliefs. understand the game thats it. after all, what's pastimes you in religions ?

  • 9 years ago

    "The History of Civilization" by Will Durant.

    I think it's volume 6. There is 1000 pages of it.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    SOME GUY WANTED POWER

    SO HE MADE UP KRAP

    PEOPLE GOT SCARED AND BELIEVED HIM

    SOMEONE DIDN'T AND WANTED POWER

    SO HE MADE UP A RELIGION

    THEY WROTE IT IN BOOKS

    5000 YEARS SOMEONE READS IT

    THINK IS BS

    THEN MAKES THEIR OWN RELIGION

    THEN 1000 YEARS LATER

    SOME GUY SEE'S THAT RELIGON CREATES MONEY SO

    HE THEN CREATES ANOTHER RELIGION

    THEN I'M LIKE RELIGION IS SO DUMB

    JAN 1ST 2012

    you all remember THE GOD OF THUNDER

  • Rai A
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    Not that easy sorry.

    Less so since MANY faiths have "creation myths" and so will all claim to be the older.

    Even those who share large hunks of the same sacred books - like the Abrahambic faiths.

    .

    Source(s): Draco Dormiens Nunquam Titillandus
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