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ابراہیمی مذاہب[ترمیم]

A group of توحیدیت sometimes grouped with one another for تقابل ادیان purposes، because all refer to a patriarch named ابراہیم علیہ السلام۔

بہایت[ترمیم]

Bahá'í Faith[ترمیم]

مسیحیت[ترمیم]

مغربی مسیحیت
Eastern Christianity

دیگر مسیحی[ترمیم]

Certain Christian groups are difficult to classify as "Eastern" یا "Western."

No-longer-extant Christian groups[ترمیم]

Latter-Day Saints movement (Mormonism)[ترمیم]

غناسطیت[ترمیم]

Many Gnostic groups were closely related to early Christianity، for example، Valentinism۔ Irenaeus wrote polemics against them from the standpoint of the then-unified Catholic Church.[1]

The Yazidis are a syncretic Kurdish religion with a Gnostic influence:

Persian Gnosticism
Syrian-Egyptic Gnosticism

None of these religions are still extant.

Neo-Gnostic Groups

اسلام[ترمیم]

Kalam (philosophical schools)
Kharijite
شیعیت
صوفیا
اہل سنت
Universalist movements
Restorationism
اہل قرآن
کالے مسلمان
دیگر گروہ

Sufi اور Shia Sects[ترمیم]

دروز[ترمیم]

یہودیت اور متعلقہ مذاہب[ترمیم]

ربیائی یہودیت
Karaite Judaism
Samaritanism

Samaritans use a slightly different version of the تورات as their Torah، worshiping at Mount Gerizim instead of یروشلم اور are possibly the descendants of the lost Northern Kingdom. They are definitely of ancient Israelite origin، but their status as Jews is disputed.[2]

Falasha یا Beta Israel
Noahidism

Noahidism is a monotheistic ideology based on the سات احکام نوح اور on their traditional interpretations within ربیائی یہودیت۔ According to Jewish law، non-Jews are not obligated to convert to Judaism، but they are required to observe the Seven Laws of Noah.

Modern Non-Rabbinic Judaism
تاریخی گروہ

ہیکل دوم کی یہودیت

Black Hebrew Israelites[ترمیم]

Rastafari movement[ترمیم]

Mandaeans اور Sabians[ترمیم]

احمدیہ[ترمیم]

Shabakism[ترمیم]

Indian religions[ترمیم]

Indian religions are the religions that originated in the برصغیر; namely ہندومت، جین مت، بدھ مت and سکھ مت and religions and traditions related to, and descended from, them.

Ayyavazhi[ترمیم]

Bhakti movement[ترمیم]

Buddhism[ترمیم]

Din-e Ilahi[ترمیم]

Hinduism[ترمیم]

Major schools and movements of Hindu philosophy

Jainism[ترمیم]

Meivazhi[ترمیم]

Sikhism[ترمیم]

Iranian religions[ترمیم]

Zoroastrianism[ترمیم]

Gnostic religions[ترمیم]

Bábí movement[ترمیم]

Yazdânism[ترمیم]

East Asian religions[ترمیم]

Confucianism[ترمیم]

Shinto[ترمیم]

Shinto-inspired religions[ترمیم]

Taoism[ترمیم]

Contemporary Taoism-inspired religions[ترمیم]

Other[ترمیم]

Chinese[ترمیم]

Korean[ترمیم]

Vietnamese[ترمیم]

African diasporic religions[ترمیم]

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.

Mesoamerican religions[ترمیم]

Indigenous traditional religions[ترمیم]

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

African[ترمیم]

Northern Africa
West Africa
Central Africa
East Africa
Southern Africa

North American[ترمیم]

Eurasian[ترمیم]

Asian
European

Oceania/Pacific[ترمیم]

Cargo cults[ترمیم]

Historical polytheism[ترمیم]

Ancient Near Eastern[ترمیم]

Indo-European[ترمیم]

Hellenistic[ترمیم]

Uralic[ترمیم]

Mysticism and occult[ترمیم]

Esotericism and mysticism[ترمیم]

Western mystery tradition[ترمیم]

Occult and magic[ترمیم]

Modern Paganism[ترمیم]

Syncretic[ترمیم]

Ethnic[ترمیم]

New religious movements[ترمیم]

Race-based[ترمیم]

Black[ترمیم]

White[ترمیم]

Native American[ترمیم]

New Thought[ترمیم]

Shinshukyo[ترمیم]

Left-hand path religions[ترمیم]

Post-theistic and naturalistic religions[ترمیم]

Fictional religions[ترمیم]

Parody or mock religions[ترمیم]

Others[ترمیم]

Other categorisations[ترمیم]

By demographics[ترمیم]

By area[ترمیم]

مزید دیکھیے[ترمیم]

حوالہ جات[ترمیم]

  1. "Irenaeus of Lyons". اخذ شدہ بتاریخ 5 مارچ 2015. 
  2. "Samaritans". اخذ شدہ بتاریخ 5 مارچ 2015. 
  3. Melton, J. Gordon (2003)۔ Encyclopedia of American Religions (Seventh edition)۔ Farmington Hills, Michigan: The Gale Group, Inc.، p. 1112. ISBN 0-7876-6384-0
  4. Melton, J. Gordon (2003)۔ Encyclopedia of American Religions (Seventh edition)۔ Farmington Hills, Michigan: The Gale Group, Inc.، p. 1001. ISBN 0-7876-6384-0
  5. Melton, J. Gordon (2003)۔ Encyclopedia of American Religions (Seventh edition)۔ Farmington Hills, Michigan: The Gale Group, Inc.، p. 997. ISBN 0-7876-6384-0
  6. Melton, J. Gordon (2003)۔ Encyclopedia of American Religions (Seventh edition)۔ Farmington Hills, Michigan: The Gale Group, Inc.، p. 1004. ISBN 0-7876-6384-0
  7. ^ ا ب "Welcome to Jainworld – Jain Sects – tirthankaras, jina, sadhus, sadhvis, 24 tirthankaras, digambara sect, svetambar sect, Shraman Dharma, Nirgranth Dharma". Jainworld.com. اخذ شدہ بتاریخ 24 اپریل 2012. 
  8. Smith, Christian; Joshua Prokopy (1999)۔ Latin American Religion in Motion۔ New York: Routledge, pp. 279-280. ISBN 978-0-415-92106-0
  9. Melton, J. Gordon (2003)۔ Encyclopedia of American Religions (Seventh edition)۔ Farmington Hills, Michigan: The Gale Group, Inc.، p. 841. ISBN 0-7876-6384-0

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