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Religion and Mythology

ri lij' in, n. (1) a set of beliefs concerning the nature and purpose of the universe; (2) an institutionalized system of religious beliefs and worship

mi thol' o jE, n. a body of traditional or legendary stories, especially ones that involve gods and heroes and explain cultural practices or phenomena

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SUBDIVISIONS
Religious Societies, Associations, Etc.
Ancient Egyptian Mythology
Ancient Egyptian Mythology
Christianity
Christianity (General)
the religion based on the teachings of Jesus Christ
Classical Mythology
Classical Mythology
Etruscan, Greek, Roman, etc.
The Bible
The Bible
the sacred writings of Christianity
Semitic Religions
Semitic Religions
relating to or denoting a family of languages that includes Hebrew, Arabic, and Aramaic, and certain ancient languages such as Phoenician and Akkadian
The Church Year
The Church Year
Buddhism
Buddhism
the teaching of Buddha that life is permeated with suffering caused by desire
Evangelism and Revivals
Evangelism and Revivals
the preaching of the Christian gospel
Judaism
Judaism
the religion that developed among the ancient Hebrews that stresses belief in God and faithfulness to the laws of the Torah
Missions
Missions
a group of people sent by a church into an area to carry on religious or humanitarian work
Shintoism
Shintoism
the native religion of Japan
Christian Denominations
Christian Denominations
a particular religious body
Sikhism
Sikhism
a monotheistic religion founded in Punjab in the 15th century by Guru Nanak
 
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