Pacific religions: Wikis

Advertisements

Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.

Encyclopedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a partial list of religions and spiritual traditions.

Contents

Abrahamic religions

A group of monotheistic traditions sometimes grouped with one another for comparative purposes, because all refer to a patriarch named Abraham.

Bábism

Bahá'í Faith

Christianity

Advertisements

Catholicism

Western
Eastern

Protestantism

Restorationism

Gnosticism

Christian Gnosticism
Early Gnosticism
Medieval Gnosticism
Persian Gnosticism
Syrian-Egyptic Gnosticism

Islam

Kalam Schools
Kharijite
Shia Islam
Sufism
Sunni Islam
Groups claiming to be Muslim, although not considered as such by the mainstream Muslims.

Judaism

Rabbinic Judaism
Karaite Judaism
Modern Non-Rabbinic Judaism
Historical groups
Sects that believed Jesus was a prophet

Rastafari movement

Mandaeans and Sabians

Samaritanism

Unitarian Universalism

Indian religions

Religions that originated in India and religions and traditions related to, and descended from, them.

Hinduism

Major schools and movements of Hindu philosophy

Buddhism

Jainism

Sikhism

Ayyavazhi

Din-i-Ilahi

Persian religions

East Asian religions

Confucianism

Shinto

Taoism

Other

African diasporic religions

African diasporic religions are a number of related religions that developed in the Americas among African slaves and their descendants in various countries of the Caribbean Islands and Latin America, as well as parts of the southern United States. They derive from African traditional religions, especially of West and Central Africa, showing similarities to the Yoruba religion in particular.

Indigenous traditional religions

Traditionally, these faiths have all been classified "Pagan", but scholars prefer the terms "indigenous/primal/folk/ethnic religions".

African

West Africa
Central Africa
East Africa
Southern Africa

American

Eurasian

Asian
European

Oceania/Pacific

Cargo cults

Historical polytheism

Ancient Near Eastern

Indo-European

Hellenistic

Neopaganism

New Age, Esotericism, Mysticism

Left-Hand Path

Magic

Magick (Aleister Crowley)

New religious movements

Jediism

[1]

  • The International Church of Jediism
  • The Jedi Realist Community

Shinshukyo

Fictional religions

Parody or mock religions

Others

Other categorisations

By demographics

By area

See also

References

  1. ^ Church of Jediism

External links


Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message