• (For) an ethnic religion holy places derive from the distinctive physical environment of its hearth, such as mountains, rivers, or rock formations. methods of diffusion 3. Describe ways in which the environment influences religion and ways in which religions affect the natural environment. has a different geographic pattern. 6. For Christians this means Bethlehem, the birthplace of Christ, and Jerusalem, where Christ is thought to have died and been resurrected, are holy sites. Territorial Conflicts Arise Among Religious Groups a. its holy places often derive from the physical characteristic of its hearth. Compare the role of the calendar between universalizing and ethnic religions. 4. Religions Organize Space a. A universalizing religion endows with holiness cities and other places … Buddhism and Islam place the most importance on visiting holy places … language, religion, ethnicity, and gender. universalizing religions; and popular and folk cultures, and to understand why each. (For) an ethnic religion holy places derive from the distinctive physical environment of its hearth, such as mountains, rivers, or rock formations. 4. In universalizing religions holy sites are often associated with major events in the life of the founder (birth, death, etc.). Distinguish between ethnic and universalizing religions (and provide examples); o Different holy sites o Different holy days o Different methods of diffusion Discuss various specific religious conflicts around the world in terms of the following: o Religion vs. politics • distinguish between ethnic and universalizing religions: different holy sites different holy days different methods of diffusion • describe ways in which the environment influences religion and ways in which religions affect the natural environment. Religions may elevate particular places to a holy position. Holy Places . An ethnic religion typically has less widespread distribution of its holy places because. different methods of diffusion-Discuss the roles, both positive and negative, of … Distinguish between ethnic and universalizing religions: i. holy sites ii. Buddhism and Islam place the most importance on visiting holy places … a. Pilgrimages are religious trips to these holy places. Holy Places Any place that is considered sacred to a religious group. • discuss various specific religious conflicts around … The geographies of language and religion ... example, students learn to distinguish between languages and dialects; ethnic and. Holy Places Any place that is considered sacred to a religious group. their holy places are the sun, sky, and earth. As a universalizing religion, Christian holy places are associated with key events in the life of it's founder. • A universalizing religion endows with holiness cities and other places … distinguish between ethnic and universalizing religions (and provide examples): • different holy sites • different holy days • different methods of diffusion describe ways in which the environment influences religion and ways in which religions affect the natural environment. urban growth has destroyed their holy sites. Universalizing religions make holy places something that has to do with the life of the messiah/prophet. All of the above Universalizing religions make holy places something that has to do with the life of the messiah/prophet. they have not diffused globally. Distinguish between ethnic and universalizing religions: a) holy sites b) holy days c) methods of diffusion 5. Describe ways in which the environment influences religion and ways in which religions affect the natural environment. holy day iii. Pilgrimages are religious trips to these holy places. Holy Places • Religions may elevate particular places to a holy position.