Religious Symbols

Almost every religion has its own symbols that express fundamental concepts of the religion. Religious symbols represent what is holy and abstract in a tangible and real way. They are a quick way to express complex and complicated ideas.

 

From the Christian cross to the Zoroastrian farvahar, religious symbols bring members of a common faith together, allowing them to easily identify each other. They also give believers the ability to express their religious values and ideals without words.  

 

Our comprehensive guides cover popular religious symbols from a variety of faiths, including Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, Zoroastrianism and more.

Difference Between Christians and Mormons

Mormons vs and Christians

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Symbols of the Trinity – A List

Symbols of the trinity

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Asmodeus – Demon of Lust

Asmodeus prince of demons

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Mammon – The Demon of Greed

Mammon demon of greed

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Persian Gods and Goddesses – A List

Persian gods list

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What is Yalda Night?

Yalda night

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