He is said to have worked in various government jobs during his early 20s, and as a bookkeeper and a caretaker of sheep and horses, using the proceeds to give his mother a proper burial.
Roman emperor; reconquered Mediterranean empire; accelerated Catholic-Monophysite schism Hinduism; Jainism founder of Jainism Source of list of names: In the afterword to his book TheMichael H. Hart listed runners-up, all of which are listed here.
The book's afterword also included brief discussions about ten of these runners-up about one page each. These discussions include notes about their influence and about they they were not included in the top Hart states that these ten individuals should not be thought of as numbers on the list.
The ten runners-up discussed are: The other runners-up are simply listed, without further details or discussion. Webmaster's Comments about this Webpage This list is compiled only for fun and reference. Certainly no theological or sociological inferences should be drawn from a subjectively chosen list of only people from throughout human history.
These individuals clearly transcend statistical sociological analysis. Nevertheless, it is fascinating to consider the varied ways in which the lives and contributions of nearly all of them were profoundly influenced by their religious background and personal beliefs.
Also, the "Influence" column in the table is very brief. It is only provided only to refresh one's memory about the identity of the historical person - not to encapsulate or summarize their career. The most-represented religious group on this list is obviously Catholicism. This should be expected, given the many centuries that the most technologically and economically advanced Western world was synonymous with the Catholic world.
The most obscure faith group represented on this list is the Sandemanians, who were never very numerous. The physicist Michael Faraday 23rd on this list and history's 9th most influential scientist, according to Hart was a devout member of this now-extinct group.
Other small minority religious groups represented here are Jansenists Voltaire and some Quakers. It is worth noting that many of the individuals on this list were the founders, major propagators, or reformers of major world religions: Muhammad, Jesus Christ, Buddha, St.
Many would include Freud among these. Other philosophers on this list made contributions which had an impact on religion but are not founders of a religion or branch of religion. Of the twelve "classical world religions", the founders of eight are represented on this list Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Judaism, Jainism, Zoroastrianism.
Shinto and Hinduism have no founder. Sikhism and the Bahai Faith the youngest of the "classical world religions" have founders Guru Nanak Dev and Baha'u'llah, respectivelybut Hart did not include them on his list.Decisions are the heart of success and at times there are critical moments when they can be difficult, perplexing and nerve racking.
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PREFACE Confucius lived about years ago in China.
His Analects or sayings, have been repeatedly translated over the last 25 centuries because they embody ideas that transcend time and apply to human behavior in all societies. Confucianism is often characterized as a system of social and ethical philosophy rather than a religion.
In fact, Confucianism built on an ancient religious foundation to establish the social values, institutions, and transcendent ideals of traditional Chinese society. BibMe Free Bibliography & Citation Maker - MLA, APA, Chicago, Harvard.
Living in the State of Lu (Qufu City in Shandong Province) during the Spring and Warring Period ( BC - BC), Confucius was a great educationalist, ideologist and the founder of Confucianism and private schools in China.
He . Confucius (?? BCE), according to Chinese tradition, was a thinker, political figure, educator, and founder of the Ru School of Chinese thought.