World Religions Articles on Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and other world religions and concepts specific to them.

Buddhism: My prayer experience

On a warm Sunday afternoon, warm enough to be lazy, I sat in a somewhat awkward lotus position with Venerable Lee, a respected elder at a Buddhist Monastery on east coast of...

A Prayer of Jesus

Every year Muslims all over the world celebrate the end of Ramadan and memorialize the sacrifice of Abraham by celebrating the pilgrimage to Mecca about two months later. These...

Jewish and Muslim Prayer Traditions

While prayer is, unfortunately, becoming a lost art in many parts of the world, it is as essential to human nature as the quest for God Himself. It is therefore not surprising...

False Prophets in Jewish Literature

In Jewish religious literature a true prophet is a spiritually elevated person who is commanded by God to convey His message to the people that they should obey His commandments...

Dajjal: The Ahmadiyya Muslim Perspective

Dajjal is a term in Arabic that means “the great deceiver.” It is a sign of the Latter Days and signifies the Satanic forces that would unleash at the time of the advent of...

The Christian Belief Concerning the Antichrist

The concept of the Antichrist is a relatively new concept in Biblical terms. The appearance and mention of the Antichrist is restricted to the New Testament where reference is...

Book Review—Jesus in Kashmir: The Lost Tomb

Suzanne Olsson’s book, Jesus in Kashmir: The Lost Tomb, was published in 2005 and chronicles the rich religious history of Kashmir, focusing on the Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish,...