Comparing the Realities of Hinduism and Christianity

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Comparing the Realities of Hinduism and Christianity
Overview
Hinduism is faith with diverse rituals which express the cosmological tenet that every facet of existence is sacred, including evil; Christianity has a limited set of rituals and this reflects its narrow constraints regarding the sacred. By default then, Christianity ultimately regards a wider domain of human existence as being profane.
Within the Sacred and Profane
Hinduism is incredibly multifaceted and the reasons for this unique aspect of the religion can be attributed to the diversity of the religious practices from which the faith emanated, or vice versa depending on the perspective. India and Nepal, the heartland of Hinduism, is still a largely agrarian region where most...
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