Tôn giáo tiếng anh là gì

Tôn giáo tiếng anh là gì

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Từ điển Việt Anh (Vietnamese English Dictionary)

* tôn giáo * noun Religion Besides the traditional religious practices in Vietnam, there are other major religions such as Buddhism, Catholicism, Protestantism, Islam, the Cao Dai sect and the Hoa Hao sect… At present, over 70 percent of the population of Vietnam are either Buddhist or strongly influenced by Buddhist practices. About 10 percent of the population are considered to be catholic. The number of Protestants is estimated at a mere 400,000 Most of the Islamic followers in Vietnam are those of the Cham ethnic minority group living in the central part of the central coast. The number of Islamic followers in Vietnam totals about 50,000. The Cao Dai Church in Tay Ninh is the central point nearby which are located settlements of Cao Dai followers in South Vietnam. The number of followers of this sect is estimated at 2 million. More than 1 million Vietnamese are followers of the Hoa Hao sect. Most of them live in the western part of South Vietnam religion Tôn giáo là thuốc phiện ru ngủ dân chúng Religion is the opium of the people Triết học và tôn giáo có phần nào chồng chéo nhau There is some overlap between philosophy and religion religious Năm nghĩa vụ tôn giáo chính trong đạo Hồi cũng được gọi là Năm cột trụ của đạo Hồi Five core religious duties of Islam are also known as the Five Pillars of Islam Besides the traditional religious practices in Vietnam, there are other major religions such as Buddhism, Catholicism, Protestantism, Islam, the Cao Dai sect and the Hoa Hao sect…

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At present, over 70 percent of the population of Vietnam are either Buddhist or strongly influenced by Buddhist practices. About 10 percent of the population are considered to be catholic. The number of Protestants is estimated at a mere 400,000. Most of the Islamic followers in Vietnam are those of the Cham ethnic minority group living in the central part of the central coast. The number of Islamic followers in Vietnam totals about 50,000. The Cao Dai Church in Tay Ninh is the central point nearby which are located settlements of Cao Dai followers in South Vietnam. The number of followers of this sect is estimated at 2 million. More than 1 million Vietnamese are followers of the Hoa Hao sect. Most of them live in the western part of South Vietnam.

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