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    • Religion

    • Religion is a cultural system of behaviors and practices, world views, sacred texts, holy places, ethics, and societal organisation that relate humanity to what an anthropologist has called "an order of existence". Different religions may or may not contain various elements, ranging from the "divine", "sacred things", ... Read »


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    • Religion and agriculture

    • Religion and agriculture have been closely associated since neolithic times and the development of early Orphic religions based upon fertility and the seasons. ... Read »


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    • Aniconism

    • Aniconism is the absence of material representations of the natural and supernatural world in various cultures, particularly in the monotheistic Abrahamic religions. It may extend from only God and deities to saint characters, all living beings, and everything that exists. The phenomenon is generally codified by the re ... Read »


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    • Astrolatry

    • Astrolatry is the worship of stars and other heavenly bodies as deities, or the association of deities with heavenly bodies. The most common instances of this are sun gods and moon gods in polytheistic systems worldwide. Also notable is the association of the planets with deities in Babylonian, and hence in Greco-Roman ... Read »


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    • Atheism and religion

    • Some movements or sects within traditionally monotheistic or polytheistic religions recognize that it is possible to practice religious faith, spirituality and adherence to tenets without a belief in deities. People with what would be considered religious or spiritual belief in a supernatural controlling power are defi ... Read »


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    • Bahá'í Faith


    • Bibliography of encyclopedias: religion

    • This is a list of encyclopedias as well as encyclopedic and biographical dictionaries published on the subjects of religion and mythology in any language. ... Read »


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    • Brahmgiani

    • "Brahmgiani" or "The Brahm Giani" is term derived from Sikhism, used to define a highly enlightened individual– being one with Waheguru. In the Sikhism religion, such a person has also been named a Gurmukh, Sadhu or Sant. Other derivations of Brahmgiani have come from one possessing the knowledge of Brahman. The ... Read »


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    • Clemens Nathan Research Centre

    • The Clemens Nathan Research Centre (CNRC) is a human rights organisation that focuses on organising international conferences with speakers from multidisciplinary fields and on publishing edited books and conference proceedings. It was founded in 2004 when Clemens N. Nathan (1933-2015, and the Centre's first chairman) ... Read »


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    • Coexist (image)

    • The Coexist image (often styled as "CoeXisT" or "COEXIST") is an image created by Polish, Warsaw-based graphic designer Piotr Młodożeniec () in 2000 as an entry in an international art competition sponsored by the Museum on the Seam for Dialogue, Understanding and Coexistence. The original version was one of d ... Read »


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    • Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions

    • Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions is annual congress held in Astana, Kazakhstan. On Sept. 23 and 24, 2003, Astana hosted the first Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions. The congress was attended by 17 delegations from 23 countries. The forum focused mainly on countering terro ... Read »


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    • Debaptism

    • Most Christian churches see baptism as a once-in-a-lifetime event that can be neither repeated nor undone. They hold that those who have been baptized remain baptized, even if they renounce the Christian faith by adopting a non-Christian religion or by rejecting religion entirely. But some other organizations and indiv ... Read »


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    • Dehellenization

    • Dehellenization refers to a disillusionment with forms of Greek philosophy that emerged in the Hellenistic Period, and in particular to a rejection of the use of reason. The term was first used in 2006 by Pope Benedict XVI in a speech “Faith, Reason, and the University: Memories and Reflections,” to refer to ... Read »


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    • Deistic evolution

    • Deistic evolution is a position in the origins debate which involves accepting the scientific evidence for evolution and age of the universe whilst advocating the view that a deistic God created the universe but has not interfered since. The position is a counterpoint to theistic evolution and is endorsed by those who ... Read »


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    • Divine inspiration

    • Divine inspiration is the concept of a supernatural force, typically a deity, causing a person or people to experience a creative desire. It has been a commonly reported aspect of many religions, for thousands of years. Divine inspiration is often closely tied to the concept of revelation, the belief in information bei ... Read »


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    • Bessie Dunlop of Lynn

    • Donald Foley (born 1963) is an American actor. Shortly after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Donald Foley made a decision. “It kind of woke me up a little bit,” he said. Life was too short and too uncertain to waste it doing something he didn’t really want to do, he said. A self-employed computer pr ... Read »


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    • England's Happiness in the Crowning of William and Mary


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    • Ethnic religion

    • Ethnic religion, alongside indigenous religion, is a term used within religious studies to describe various expressions of religion associated with a particular ethnic group. Ethnic religions are often distinguished from religions which claim to not be limited in ethnic or national scope, such as Christianity or Islam. ... Read »


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    • Faith literate

    • Faith literate describes the ability of an individual to become knowledgeable of other religions and faith other than the one a person believes in. A faith literate individual understands the key effects of each religion/belief system by means of the values, attitudes and influence it causes in individuals, famili ... Read »


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    • Golden Rule

    • The Golden Rule or law of reciprocity is the principle of treating others as one would wish to be treated oneself. It is a maxim of altruism seen in many human religions and human cultures. The maxim may appear as either a positive or negative injunction governing conduct: The Golden Rule differs from the maxim of rec ... Read »


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    • Great Big God

    • Great Big God is a Children's Christian music series from Vineyard Records UK. In 2000, Nigel Hemming was approached by Vineyard Records UK to co-produce the first Vineyard UK children’s worship album. The song entitled 'Great Big God', written by Nigel and Jo Hemming, was recorded and became the title track of t ... Read »


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    • Hubris

    • Hubris(/ˈhjuːbrɪs/, also hybris, from ancient Greek ) describes a personality quality of extreme or foolish pride or dangerous over-confidence. In its ancient Greek context, it typically describes behavior that defies the norms of behavior or challenges the gods, and which in turn brings about the downfall, or ... Read »


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    • Intersex people and religion

    • Intersex people are born with sex characteristics, such as chromosomes, gonads, or genitals that, according to the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, "do not fit typical binary notions of male or female bodies". Intersex people were historically termed hermaphrodites, "congenital eunuchs", or even co ... Read »


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    • Jealousy in religion

    • Jealousy in religion examines how the scriptures and teachings of various religions deal with the topic of jealousy. Religions may be compared and contrasted on how they deal with two issues: concepts of divine jealousy, and rules about the provocation and expression of human jealousy. Zeus, or the other gods, wo ... Read »


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    • Baba Buddha Ji

    • Baba Buddha ji (6 October 1506 – 8 September 1631), a prime figure in early Sikhism. He was one of the earliest disciples of Guru Nanak. He performed the formal coronation ceremonies of 5 sikh gurus, till Guru Hargobind. It is said that in his childhood, he was blessed with a long life by Guru Nanak, who named him ... Read »


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    • Baba Nand Singh ji

    • Baba Nand Singh ji (8 November 1870 – 29 August 1943) was identified as a saint in the Sikhism religion. Baba Nand Singh ji was a highly enlightened person who acquired a distinct group of followers during his lifetime. Spiritual guidance was predominantly through Sant Baba Harnam Singh Ji. ... Read »


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    • Sant Baba Harnam Singh Ji

    • Sant Baba Harnam Singh Ji (July 1897 – January 1983) was a Brahmgiani known for his enlightenment teachings of the Sikh religion, through meditation of "Naam-Simran." ... Read »


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    • Karsikko

    • In the Finno-Ugric religion, a karsikko was a set of markings made on a tree somewhere between a deceased person's home and their burial site, which they believed would prevent the dead individual's spirit from coming back. ... Read »


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    • List of monasteries of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate)


    • List of religious populations

    • Adherents.com says "Sizes shown are approximate estimates, and are here mainly for the purpose of ordering the groups, not providing a definitive number". Countries with the greatest proportion of Christians from Christianity by country (as of 2010[update]): Countries with the greatest proportion of Muslims from ... Read »


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    • Mesopotamian prayer

    • Mesopotamian prayer are the prayers of the place and era known as ancient Mesopotamia. There are nine classifications of poem used within Mesopotamia. A definition of prayers of Mesopotamia is "praise to god followed by request" (this definition is according to T. Oshima). According to one source (Bromiley) the f ... Read »


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    • Ancient Mesopotamian religion

    • Mesopotamian religion refers to the religious beliefs and practices of the civilizations of ancient Mesopotamia, particularly Sumer, Akkad, Assyria and Babylonia between circa 3500 BC and 400 AD, although traces remained in isolated pockets of what had been Assyria until the 10th century AD, with the very latest attest ... Read »


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    • Nature religion

    • A nature religion is a religious movement that believes the natural world is an embodiment of divinity, sacredness or spiritual power. Nature religions include indigenous religions practiced in various parts of the world by cultures who consider the environment to be imbued with spirits and other sacred entities. It al ... Read »


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    • Noble lie

    • In politics, a noble lie is a myth or untruth, often, but not invariably, of a religious nature, knowingly propagated by an elite to maintain social harmony or to advance an agenda. The noble lie is a concept originated by Plato as described in the Republic. In religion, a pious fiction is a narrative that is presente ... Read »


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    • Nontheistic religion

    • Nontheistic religions are traditions of thought within religions—some otherwise aligned with theism, others not—in which nontheism informs religious beliefs or practices. Nontheism has been applied to the fields of Christian apologetics and general liberal theology, and plays significant roles in Hinduism, Bu ... Read »


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    • Pathinettampadi

    • Pathinettampadi (/-ˈpʌθinættɑːmpʌdi/) (Malayalam: പതിനെട്ടാംപടി) are the 18 divine steps to the 'Thirumuttam' of famed Sabarimala temple in Kerala state of India. These steps have a length of 5 feet, width of 9 inches and height of 9 ... Read »


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    • Reform (religion)

    • A religious reform (from Latin re: back, again, and formare: to form; i.e. put together: to restore, reconstruct, or rebuild) aims at the reform of religious teachings. It is not to be confused with an organizational reform of a religious community, though mostly this is a consequence of a reform of religious teachings ... Read »


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    • Religio

    • The Latin term religiō, origin of the modern lexeme religion (via Old French/Middle Latin) is of ultimately obscure etymology. It is recorded beginning in the 1st century BC, i.e. in Classical Latin at the beginning of the Roman Empire, notably by Cicero, in the sense of "scrupulous or strict observance of the tradi ... Read »


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    • Ganga Sagar (urn)

    • Ganga Sagar (Punjabi: ਗੰਗਾ ਸਾਗਰ), is the name given to the sacred relic which belonged to the tenth master of Sikhism, Guru Gobind Singh. It is a traditional copper urn of the 17th century, which weighs approximately half a kilo gram and is less than 1 foot in height. It has abou ... Read »


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    • Religious liberalism

    • Religious liberalism is a form of approach to religion which is critical, rationalistic or humanistic. It is an attitude towards one's own religion (as opposed to criticism of religion from a secular position, or as opposed to criticism of a religion other than one's own) which contrasts with a traditionalist or orthod ... Read »


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    • Religious paranoia

    • Religious paranoia is an irrational fear of being purposefully attacked by an outside agent(s) in or through some religious context. Some examples: It is a condition which has been compared to extremism and intolerance. It has been cited as a possible contributor to political violence. It is often related to splitting ... Read »


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    • Transgender people and religion

    • The relationship between transgender people and religion varies widely around the world. Religions range from condemning any gender variance to honoring transgender people as religious leaders. Views within a single religion can vary considerably. Abrahamic religions have creation stories in which God creates peop ... Read »


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    • Reverence (emotion)

    • Reverence (/ˈrɛvərəns/) is "a feeling or attitude of deep respect tinged with awe; veneration". The word "reverence" in the modern day is often used in relationship with religion. This is because religion often stimulates the emotion through recognition of God, the supernatural, and the ineffable. Reverence ... Read »


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    • Sacrilege

    • Sacrilege is the violation or injurious treatment of a sacred object or person. It can come in the form of irreverence to sacred persons, places, and things. When the sacrilegious offence is verbal, it is called blasphemy, and when physical, it is often called desecration. In a less proper sense, any transgression agai ... Read »


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    • User:ShawDicksSpencer

    • Sevtheims is the belief that there are 3 demigods that are male with one higher god being female. All the demigods where given names Shaw the bastard Son, Seabass the loved son, and Frosty the forgot son. They all rule the earth under their mother U.G. Ultras Gennadios Category:Religion ... Read »


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    • Supernaturalism

    • Supernaturalism, as opposed to naturalism, is a belief in the supernatural in interpreting the world or attempting to control it. It can vary from those who believe that supernatural powers or entities are constantly or continuously intervening in the natural world to those who, like Deists, believe that only the origi ... Read »


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    • Religious symbolism

    • Religious symbolism provides an additional means to communicate the underlying message of a religion via symbols, apart from communication by words. Jesus in Mathew 13:13 says, "The reason I use parables in talking to them is that they look, but do not see, and they listen, but do not hear or understand." Symbolism, li ... Read »


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    • Theosophy (Blavatskian)

    • Theosophy is a religion and a form of Western esotericism. It was established in the United States during the late nineteenth century by Russian émigré Helena Blavatsky, and draws its beliefs largely from Blavatsky's writings. As taught by Blavatsky, Theosophy holds that there is an ancient and secretive brother ... Read »


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    • Western esotericism

    • Western esotericism (also called esotericism and esoterism) is a scholarly term for a wide range of loosely related ideas and movements which have developed within Western society. They are largely distinct both from orthodox Judeo-Christian religion and from Enlightenment rationalism. A trans-disciplinary field, esote ... Read »


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    • Witchcraft

    • Witchcraft (also called witchery or spellcraft) broadly means the practice of, and belief in, magical skills and abilities that are able to be exercised by individuals and certain social groups. Witchcraft is a complex concept that varies culturally and societally; therefore, it is difficult to define with precision an ... Read »


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