Cybernations Religion Guide

Cybernations Religion Guide

Since thre religion affects your income I decided to publish a little cybernations relgion guide. Simply look at what your people are asking for and compare to those below.

Taoism:
Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. They do not believe in a single god but instead believe in oneness and freedom from personal desires.

Sikhism:
Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. They desire a belief system which blends Hindu traditions with Islamic monotheistic traditions, the belief in one God and the teachings of the Ten Gurus.

Shinto:
Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. They believe that god is present in all walks of life, both in living and non-living things.
Mixed:Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. They cannot make up their minds when it comes to religion.

Judaism:
Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. They desire a religion that follows divine scriptures with ethical principles embodied chiefly in the Torah and in the Talmud.

Jainism:
Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. They are primarily non-materialistic and wish for a national religion that supports atheism and that teaches that every single living thing is an individual and eternal soul, called jîva, which is responsible for its own actions.

Christianity:
Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. They desire a monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the Old Testament and the teachings of Jesus Christ as embodied in the New Testament.

Confucianism:
Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. They desire a Far Eastern philosophical religion emphasizing love for humanity, high value given to learning and to devotion to family and ancestors, peace, justice, and respect fo traditional culture.

Buddhism:
Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. They desire to follow a religion that seeks freedom from greed, hatred and delusion, and enlightenment through realizing the Four Noble Truths and following the Eightfold Path.

Baha’i:
Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. They desire a modern middle eastern religion that focuses on monotheism.

Hinduism:Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. They believe in reincarnation and Karma and desire a religion that supports this philosophy.

Voodoo:
Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. They want a religion that believes in the conjuring of dead spirits.

None
Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. Perhaps they do not desire a religion.

Islam:
Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. They wish to worship a supreme being that they call Allah.

Norse:
Your people approve of this national religion but the majority of your people would prefer something else. They wish to follow an ancient religion followed by Germanic tribes living in Nordic countries under pre-Christian period.

The original article can be read here: Cybernations Religion Guide

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Ktharnax 2 years ago

Good guide.Thanks for ze elp.

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