The Big Religion Chart This "Big Religion Chart" is our attempt to summarize the major religions and belief systems of the world - Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and dozens more - into a quick-reference comparison chart. Oversimplication is unavoidable in charts like these, and it is not intended to be a substitute for advanced religious study and exploration, but simply a fast overview. It is our hope that this chart becomes a useful tool for you to compare basic religious beliefs and practices of the world's religions and belief systems. Over 40 religions and belief systems are currently listed. If a group does not appear, it doesn't mean it's not a religion or doesn't matter; the chart is not comprehensive and will continue to grow. See also our list of religions and definitions of religion. On a mobile device? For sources, please see linked articles. Article Info Share This Page
This Haunting Story of a Teen Fighting for His Life After a Car Crash Will Make You Wish He Never Wrote That Last Text A 16-year-old is fighting for his life after sustaining serious injuries in a car accident that one witness says may have been caused by texting. James Boatright from Des Moines, Iowa, was found unconscious on Monday in a blue Chevy Cavalier that had been T-boned by a pick-up truck. According to police reports, James pulled right into oncoming traffic, likely because he was texting and driving. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Sergeant Dan Charleston of the Polk County Sheriff's Office was off-duty when he pulled up to the scene. "I got out and could see that he was trapped in there on the drivers side of the vehicle and there was a lot of smoke inside which is consistent with the airbag deployment," he told WHO TV. What Sergeant Charleston found on James' lap was chilling: a cell phone with a half-written text. "When I'm working on him inside the car what appeared to be his mom screaming over my shoulder, concerned with her son," he said. James is currently in critical condition.
This Teen Glanced At Her Phone For Just A Second And Her Life Changed Forever | The Huffington Post Teenage drink driver Joseph Salah-Eldin killed friend in Norfolk crash as he played with his stereo Joseph Salah-Eldin, 19, lost control of car as he fixed the sound systemVehicle then careered off the road and overturned in a field Crash killed David Powell, 20, instantly and injured two other passengersSalah-Eldin was almost twice the drink-drive limit at time of crashHas been jailed for three years four months and banned from driving By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 09:36 GMT, 23 April 2013 | Updated: 08:11 GMT, 24 April 2013 A teenager has been jailed for just three years after killing his friend in a horrific crash after crashing into a field where he rolled his car after driving at speeds of up to 101mph. David Powell, 20, was killed when Joseph Salah-Eldin, 19, drove his Vauxhall Corsa near Kings Lynn in Norfolk last September. A court heard Salah-Eldin, who had only been driving for a couple of months, was almost twice the drink drive limit and was changing the radio when his car careered off the road and overturned. Yesterday, Salah-Eldin was jailed for three years four months.
14-year-old driver charged in crash that killed girl, 12, in Caledon, Ont. - Toronto A 14-year-old driver has been charged in the death of the 12-year-old girl he was carrying as a passenger in Caledon, Ont., after a crash early Tuesday morning. The girl was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver was taken to hospital and subsequently charged with criminal negligence causing death, dangerous driving causing death and possession of stolen property worth more than $5,000. The crash happened just after 4 a.m. The car had been travelling northbound when it suddenly veered left, struck a hydro pole and smashed through a fence. The ranch is described on its website as "a not-for-profit, inter-denominational Christian Sports Camp and Retreat Facility." Staff at Teen Ranch told CBC News the teens involved in the crash are not from their camp. Police are investigating whether the car was stolen, although the possession of stolen property charge indicates that they believe theft was involved and the teen is too young to drive legally.
Questions and Answers: Parents and Teen - Parent Action on Drugs Questions and Answers Who this is for: This brochure is written for parents and caregivers of teens in the 14-18 year old age range. It is meant to address parents’ common concerns about teen alcohol and other drug use. What’s in this resource: This information is available from PAD’s Parent & Community Handbook, 7th edition. How to access this resource: Introduction Parents and other caregivers often wonder how to handle the tricky questions about teenage drinking and other drug use. Another challenge that parents face is answering the questions that teens put to them about drinking and drug use. Questions Parents Ask So many teenagers have begun to drink at parties by the middle of high school. Questions Teens Ask Wouldn’t you rather I drink than take drugs? Parents: Questions and Answers So many teenagers have begun to drink at parties by the middle of high school. What are the dangers of teenage drinking, as long as my teen doesn’t drink and drive? What is “harm reduction”?
Thème et version (en anglais) La version (de l'anglais au français) et le thème (du français à l'anglais) sont des exercices bien difficiles qui nécessitent une bonne maîtrise de l'anglais. L'entraînement permet de s'améliorer rapidement. > LE BAREME DE NOTATION: Si vous passez un examen, un concours ou simplement un contrôle, un barème de notation est souvent mis en place. LA NOTE Généralement, les copies sont évaluées avec des "points fautes", c'est-à-dire qu'on vous attribue des points fautes en fonction de vos erreurs. Par exemple, 1 point pour une erreur d'orthographe; 2 points pour une erreur de grammaire; 3 points pour un faux sens; 4 points pour un contre-sens etc. A la fin de la correction, on additionne tous les points fautes. CE QUI COUTE LE PLUS DE POINTS: 1) l'omission: vous ne comprenez pas un mot et vous faites comme si vous ne l'aviez pas vu. Version 1 Traduire en français ce passage: Drink, you see, was Father's great weakness. Proposition de traduction (parmi d'autres) Thème 1: "Attention, Isabelle!
11 Documentaries You Can Watch Right Now To Understand How ISIS Rose To Power Last month, the Islamic State jihadist group, formerly known as ISIS or ISIL, declared its sovereignty and promoted one of its leaders, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, to the helm. The Islamic State has been calling their newfound Syrian-Iraqi realm a caliphate, or a singular Muslim nation, with al-Baghdadi serving as caliph. This particular type of religiously guided state hasn’t been seen in centuries, and they’re not inherently bad. It’s a complex issue, and much of the current state of affairs is best explained by analyzing the events of the past decade. Explore HuffPost Media Politics Black Voices Worldpost Inside the Islamic State: “The Islamic State” (via YouTube) WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT This timely documentary by Vice News takes a look at the extremist group’s grab for power in Syria and Iraq. The Rise of the Islamic State: “Losing Iraq” (via PBS) WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT PBS Frontline released this documentary last month to tell the story of Iraq’s growing unrest. A Critique of U.S.
Ground Zero: Syria Ground Zero: Syria is a compiled photojournalist and videographer Robert King's footage into a series of raw, largely unedited vignettes that present a snapshot of the ancient city as it crumbles and burns while its citizens are killed indiscriminately. Amid a fierce battle between Assad's security forces and Free Syrian Army insurgents, fire swept through the old Souk of Aleppo, a historic covered market and World Heritage site. Rebel fighters and activists have reported that the blaze was sparked by the use of incendiary mortar rounds by Assad's forces. The atrocities and war crimes currently ripping Syria apart are evident inside a field hospital in Aleppo, the country's largest city. Inside the hospital exhausted doctors indiscriminately treat civilians, members of the Free Syrian Army, and captured Syrian Army troops alike. Every day the men, women, and children, must risk their lives to stand in line and hope that they can buy a kilo of bread to survive another day.