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1836 Topics:
  1. 613 Mitzvot
  2. Abenaki mythology
  3. Abilene paradox
  4. Abkhaz neopaganism
  5. Abortion
  6. Abraham
  7. Abrahamic religions
  8. Abuse of trust
  9. Academic bias
  10. Activism
  11. Advaita Vedanta
  12. Adventism
  13. Adyghe Xabze
  14. Aesthetic emotions
  15. Aesthetics
  16. Aetherius Society
  17. Afghanistan
  18. African diaspora religions
  19. African diasporic religions
  20. Afterlife
  21. Agni Yoga
  22. Agnosticism
  23. Agriculturalism
  24. Ahimsa
  25. Ahl-e Haqq
  26. Ahmadiyya
  27. Ahom religion
  28. Ahura Mazda
  29. Ainu people
  30. Akamba mythology
  31. Akan religion
  32. Al-Qaeda
  33. Alawites
  34. Albanian folk beliefs
  35. Albert Einstein
  36. Alevi
  37. Alevism
  38. Alexis Tsipras
  39. Ali
  40. Ali-Illahism
  41. Alms
  42. Altaic languages
  43. Altruism
  44. Amish
  45. Amritchandra
  46. Anabaptism
  47. Ananda Marga
  48. Anarchism
  49. Ancestor worship
  50. Ancient Canaanite religion
  51. Ancient Celtic religion
  52. Ancient Church of the East
  53. Ancient Egyptian religion
  54. Ancient Greece
  55. Ancient Greek
  56. Ancient Mesopotamian religion
  57. Ancient Rome
  58. Ancient Semitic religion
  59. Andrey Korotayev
  60. Anecdotal evidence
  61. Anekantavada
  62. Anglicanism
  63. Anglo-Saxon paganism
  64. Anima mundi
  65. Animal sacrifice
  66. Animism
  67. Anishinaabe traditional beliefs
  68. Anthony F. C. Wallace
  69. Anthropologists
  70. Anthropology
  71. Anthropology of religion
  72. Anthroposophy
  73. Antireligion
  74. Antoine Vergote
  75. Apostasy
  76. Apostolic Age
  77. Arbitration
  78. Argument
  79. Argumentum ad populum
  80. Aristotelianism
  81. Armenian mythology
  82. Art
  83. Artificial intelligence
  84. Ash'ari
  85. Assianism
  86. Assyrian Church of the East
  87. Atenism
  88. Ateshgah of Baku
  89. Atheism
  90. Atheist
  91. Atheists
  92. Atomism
  93. Attentional bias
  94. Attitude (psychology)
  95. Attitude change
  96. Attitude polarization
  97. Auditing (Scientology)
  98. Augustine of Hippo
  99. Australian Aboriginal mythology
  100. Australian Aboriginal religion and mythology
  101. Austroasiatic languages
  102. Austronesian languages
  103. Authoritarianism
  104. Authority
  105. Autonomy
  106. Averroism
  107. Axiology
  108. Axiom
  109. Axis mundi
  110. Ayyavazhi
  111. Azali
  112. Aztec religion
  113. BNF (identifier)
  114. Babylonian religion
  115. Bahá'u'lláh
  116. Baháʼí Faith
  117. Balinese Hinduism
  118. Baltic mythology
  119. Baltic neopaganism
  120. Baluba mythology
  121. Bandwagon effect
  122. Banquet
  123. Bantu mythology
  124. Baptists
  125. Basic belief
  126. Basque mythology
  127. Bathouism
  128. Beauty
  129. Being
  130. Belief
  131. Belief bias
  132. Beneficence (ethics)
  133. Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi
  134. Benzhuism
  135. Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandal
  136. Bias
  137. Bible Student movement
  138. Biblical Mount Sinai
  139. Bimoism
  140. Bioethics
  141. Bishop of Rome
  142. Blackfoot mythology
  143. Bon
  144. Brahma Sampradaya
  145. Brahmoism
  146. Brain death
  147. Brainwashing
  148. British Israelism
  149. Buddha
  150. Buddha-nature
  151. Buddhism
  152. Buddhism by country
  153. Buddhism in China
  154. Buddhism in Japan
  155. Buddhism in Korea
  156. Buddhism in Vietnam
  157. Buddhism in the West
  158. Buddhist modernism
  159. Burial
  160. Burkhanism
  161. Burmese folk religion
  162. Buryatia
  163. Bushongo mythology
  164. Byzantine Empire
  165. Bábism
  166. Calendar
  167. Calvinism
  168. Candomble
  169. Candomblé
  170. Candomblé Bantu
  171. Candomblé Jejé
  172. Candomblé Ketu
  173. Canon law (Catholic Church)
  174. Cao Đài
  175. Caodaism
  176. Capitalism
  177. Cardiac death
  178. Cartesianism
  179. Caste
  180. Catechism of the Catholic Church
  181. Catholic Apostolic Church
  182. Catholic Church
  183. Catholic spirituality
  184. Catholicism
  185. Caucasian neopaganism
  186. Causality
  187. Celtic neopaganism
  188. Censorship
  189. Center for Inquiry
  190. Central Asia
  191. Ceremony
  192. Chan Buddhism
  193. Charisma
  194. Charismatic movement
  195. Charity (practice)
  196. Charles Taze Russell
  197. Charvaka
  198. Chen Tao (True Way Cult)
  199. Cheondoism
  200. Cherokee spiritual beliefs
  201. Chilote mythology
  202. Chinese cultural sphere
  203. Chinese folk religion
  204. Chinese ritual mastery traditions
  205. Chinese salvationist religions
  206. Choctaw mythology
  207. Chondogyo
  208. Christ
  209. Christadelphians
  210. Christendom
  211. Christian democracy
  212. Christian mission
  213. Christian mysticism
  214. Christian pilgrimage
  215. Christianity
  216. Christianity and violence
  217. Christianity by country
  218. Christians
  219. Christian–Jewish reconciliation
  220. Christopher Hitchens
  221. Church of the East
  222. Church of the Guanche People
  223. Cicero
  224. Circular reporting
  225. CiteSeerX (identifier)
  226. City God (China)
  227. Classifications of religious movements
  228. Clergy
  229. Clever Hans
  230. Clifford Geertz
  231. Code of conduct
  232. Cognitive anthropology
  233. Cognitive bias
  234. Cognitive dissonance
  235. Cognitive neuroscience
  236. Cognitive psychology
  237. Cognitive science of religion
  238. Collective
  239. Collective animal behavior
  240. Collective behavior
  241. Collective consciousness
  242. Collective effervescence
  243. Collective intelligence
  244. Collective narcissism
  245. Collective unconscious
  246. Collectivism
  247. Colonialism
  248. Comedy
  249. Comfa
  250. Common good
  251. Communalism
  252. Communion (Christian)
  253. Communism
  254. Communitarianism
  255. Community service
  256. Comparative mythology
  257. Comparative religion
  258. Competence (human resources)
  259. Competence (law)
  260. Concept
  261. Conceptual framework
  262. Conceptual system
  263. Confidentiality
  264. Confirmation bias
  265. Conformity
  266. Confucianism
  267. Confucius
  268. Congregational church
  269. Congruence bias
  270. Conscience
  271. Consciousness
  272. Consensus
  273. Consensus theory
  274. Consensus theory of truth
  275. Consent
  276. Consequentialism
  277. Conservatism
  278. Conservative Judaism
  279. Constitutionalism
  280. Context (language use)
  281. Continental Germanic mythology
  282. Continental Reformed church
  283. Continuity of care
  284. Convention (norm)
  285. Conventional wisdom
  286. Conversion to Christianity
  287. Convince
  288. Cook Islands mythology
  289. Coronation
  290. Cosmogony
  291. Cosmology
  292. Court intervention
  293. Creation myth
  294. Creativity
  295. Creator deity
  296. Creed
  297. Creek mythology
  298. Criteria of truth
  299. Critical theory
  300. Critical thinking
  301. Criticism
  302. Criticism of atheism
  303. Criticism of religion
  304. Cross-cultural psychology
  305. Crowd manipulation
  306. Crowd psychology
  307. Cryptomnesia
  308. Culpability
  309. Cult
  310. Cult (religious practice)
  311. Cultural anthropology
  312. Cultural bias
  313. Cultural dissonance
  314. Cultural identity
  315. Cultural movement
  316. Cultural psychology
  317. Cultural system
  318. Culture
  319. Culture-bound syndrome
  320. Curlie
  321. Cynicism (philosophy)
  322. Cyrenaics
  323. Dacian mythology
  324. Dahomean religion
  325. Dahomey mythology
  326. Dalit Buddhist movement
  327. Dance
  328. Darśana
  329. Dayak people
  330. De facto
  331. Death
  332. Definition of religion
  333. Deindividuation
  334. Deism
  335. Deists
  336. Deities
  337. Deity
  338. Deontology
  339. Deprogramming
  340. Destiny
  341. Determinism
  342. Development of religion
  343. Dharma
  344. Dharmaśāstra
  345. Dichotomy
  346. Digambara
  347. Dignity
  348. Din (Arabic)
  349. Dinka religion
  350. Disability and religion
  351. Discordianism
  352. Disgust
  353. Distributism
  354. Divine illumination
  355. Divinity
  356. Doctrine
  357. Doctrine of double effect
  358. Dogon religion
  359. Doi (identifier)
  360. Donyi-Polo
  361. Doublethink
  362. Dravidian folk religion
  363. Druidry (modern)
  364. Druze
  365. Dualism in cosmology
  366. Dualistic cosmology
  367. Dudeism
  368. Dukkha
  369. Duty
  370. E.E. Evans-Pritchard
  371. East Asia
  372. East Asian religions
  373. Eastern Catholic Churches
  374. Eastern Christianity
  375. Eastern Orthodox Church
  376. Eastern Orthodoxy
  377. Echo chamber (media)
  378. Eckankar
  379. Economics
  380. Economics of religion
  381. Ecstasy (emotion)
  382. Ecstasy (philosophy)
  383. Education
  384. Edward Burnett Tylor
  385. Efik mythology
  386. Egalitarianism
  387. Ego death
  388. Eightfold Path
  389. Eleatics
  390. Elegance
  391. Emanuel Swedenborg
  392. Emergence
  393. Emotion
  394. Emotional contagion
  395. Empiricism
  396. Employment
  397. Encyclopædia Britannica
  398. Enlightenment (spiritual)
  399. Entertainment
  400. Entheogen
  401. Entitativity
  402. Environmentalism
  403. Epic poetry
  404. Epicureanism
  405. Epistemology
  406. Eretrian school
  407. Ernst Troeltsch
  408. Eroticism
  409. Eschatology
  410. Esoteric Christianity
  411. Espiritismo
  412. Estonian neopaganism
  413. Ethics
  414. Ethics committee (disambiguation)
  415. Ethics in religion
  416. Ethnic religion
  417. Ethnic stereotype
  418. Ethnocentrism
  419. Ethology
  420. Etiology
  421. Etiquette
  422. Etruscan religion
  423. Euphemism
  424. Euthanasia
  425. Evangelicalism
  426. Evangelism
  427. Evenks
  428. Everything
  429. Evidence
  430. Evolution
  431. Evolutionary origin of religions
  432. Evolutionary psychology
  433. Evolutionary psychology of religion
  434. Excommunication
  435. Executor
  436. Existence
  437. Existence of God
  438. Existentialism
  439. Experiment
  440. Explanation
  441. Extremism
  442. Fact
  443. Factoid
  444. Faith
  445. Faith and rationality
  446. Fallacy
  447. False consensus effect
  448. Falun Gong
  449. Family
  450. Family meeting
  451. Family values
  452. Fanaticism
  453. Fascism
  454. Fearmongering
  455. Feminism
  456. Festival
  457. Fiction
  458. Fideism
  459. Filter bubble
  460. Finnish mythology
  461. Finnish neopaganism
  462. Fire worship
  463. Five Thieves
  464. Folie à deux
  465. Folk religion
  466. Folklore
  467. Food and drink prohibitions
  468. Forced conversion
  469. Foreign Affairs
  470. Foundationalism
  471. Four Noble Truths
  472. Fourth Way
  473. Framing (social sciences)
  474. France
  475. Frankish mythology
  476. François Hollande
  477. Frederick Ferré
  478. Free will
  479. Freedom of religion
  480. Friedrich Schleiermacher
  481. Fuegians
  482. Fundamentalism
  483. Funeral
  484. Future
  485. GND (identifier)
  486. Gale (publisher)
  487. Gallo-Roman religion
  488. Game
  489. Ganesha
  490. Gautama Buddha
  491. Gender
  492. Gender assignment
  493. Gene therapy
  494. General relativity
  495. Genetic modification
  496. Genetic testing
  497. Genetics
  498. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  499. Georgian mythology
  500. Gerald Gardner (Wiccan)
  501. Germanic paganism
  502. Geschwind syndrome
  503. Gift
  504. Globalism
  505. Gnosis
  506. Gnosticism
  507. God
  508. God (male deity)
  509. God in Islam
  510. God the Father
  511. God the Son
  512. Goddess
  513. Goddess movement
  514. Golden Rule
  515. Gommateshwara statue
  516. Government
  517. Gravity
  518. Greater Iran
  519. Greco-Buddhism
  520. Greco-Roman mysteries
  521. Greek mythology
  522. Green politics
  523. Group action (sociology)
  524. Group cohesiveness
  525. Group dynamics
  526. Group emotion
  527. Group polarization
  528. Groupshift
  529. Groupthink
  530. Growth of religion
  531. Guanches
  532. Guarani mythology
  533. Guilt (emotion)
  534. Guru Granth Sahib
  535. Guru Nanak
  536. Hadith
  537. Haida mythology
  538. Haitian Vodou
  539. Haitian Vodun
  540. Halacha
  541. Halakha
  542. Han Chinese
  543. Happiness
  544. Haredi Judaism
  545. Harmony
  546. Hasidic Judaism
  547. Hawaiian religion
  548. Haymanot
  549. Hdl (identifier)
  550. Health care proxy
  551. Health equity
  552. Heathenry (new religious movement)
  553. Hebrew Bible
  554. Hector Avalos
  555. Hedonism
  556. Hegelianism
  557. Hellenism (religion)
  558. Henotheism
  559. Heraka
  560. Herd behavior
  561. Hermeneutics
  562. Hermeticism
  563. Hetanism
  564. Hindu denominations
  565. Hindu reform movements
  566. Hinduism
  567. Hinduism by country
  568. Hindus
  569. Historical Vedic religion
  570. Historical negationism
  571. Historical revisionism
  572. Historicism
  573. History
  574. History of Religion
  575. History of ancient Israel and Judah
  576. History of religion
  577. Hittite mythology and religion
  578. Ho-Chunk mythology
  579. Holiday
  580. Holiness movement
  581. Holism
  582. Holy Spirit
  583. Holy places
  584. Homophily
  585. Homosexuality and religion
  586. Honour
  587. Hopi mythology
  588. Hospital
  589. Human challenge study
  590. Human rights
  591. Human sexuality
  592. Humanism
  593. Humanistic Judaism
  594. Humanistic psychology
  595. Hungarian Native Faith
  596. Hungarian mythology
  597. Hurrian religion
  598. Hutterites
  599. Hygiene
  600. Hysterical contagion
  601. Hòa Hảo
  602. ISBN (identifier)
  603. ISSN (identifier)
  604. Ibadi
  605. Ibadi Islam
  606. Idea
  607. Idealism
  608. Identity (philosophy)
  609. Ideological repression
  610. Ideology
  611. Idios kosmos
  612. Idolatry
  613. Ifá
  614. Ik Onkar
  615. Ik people
  616. Illuminationism
  617. Illusion
  618. Illyrian religion
  619. Impacts of religion on health
  620. Imperial cult of ancient Rome
  621. Imperialism
  622. Importance of religion by country
  623. In-group and out-group
  624. In-group favoritism
  625. Inca mythology
  626. Incarnation
  627. Incompetency
  628. Independent Catholicism
  629. Index of religion-related articles
  630. India
  631. Indian religions
  632. Indian subcontinent
  633. Indigenous Philippine folk religions
  634. Indigenous religions
  635. Indigenous religious beliefs of the Tagalog people
  636. Individualism
  637. Individuation
  638. Indo-European languages
  639. Indoctrination
  640. Indus Valley Civilisation
  641. Industrialisation
  642. Information
  643. Information cascade
  644. Informed assent
  645. Informed consent
  646. Initiation
  647. Institution
  648. Institutional review board
  649. Instrumentum regni
  650. Intellectualism
  651. Intelligence
  652. Intelligence (journal)
  653. Interfaith
  654. Interfaith dialogue
  655. Introduction to the Study of the Hindu doctrines
  656. Intuition
  657. Inuit religion
  658. Invisible hand
  659. Ionian School (philosophy)
  660. Iran
  661. Iranian religions
  662. Iroquois mythology
  663. Irreligion
  664. Islam
  665. Islam and violence
  666. Islamic holy books
  667. Islamic modernism
  668. Islamic republic
  669. Islamic schools and branches
  670. Islamic terrorism
  671. Islamism
  672. Islamization
  673. Isma'ilism
  674. J.G. Frazer
  675. JSTOR (identifier)
  676. Jain Agamas (Digambara)
  677. Jain Agamas (Śvētāmbara)
  678. Jainism
  679. Jakob Böhme
  680. Jamaican Maroon religion
  681. James R. Lewis (scholar)
  682. Japanese new religions
  683. Jediism
  684. Jehovah's Witnesses
  685. Jesus
  686. Jesus of Nazareth
  687. Jeung San Do
  688. Jewish Renewal
  689. Jewish medical ethics
  690. Jewish people
  691. Jewish religious movements
  692. Jews
  693. Jivaroan peoples
  694. John Wiley & Sons
  695. Joseph Campbell
  696. Joseph Smith
  697. Judaism
  698. Judaism and violence
  699. Judaizers
  700. Judgement
  701. Jurisprudence
  702. Justice
  703. József Molnár (painter)
  704. Kaaba
  705. Kaharingan
  706. Kalam
  707. Kalash people
  708. Kamba people
  709. Kantianism
  710. Kapalika
  711. Karaite Judaism
  712. Karl Marx
  713. Karma
  714. Karma in Jainism
  715. Karnataka
  716. Kashmir Shaivism
  717. Kaumaram
  718. Kejawèn
  719. Kemeticism
  720. Khalsa
  721. Kharijites
  722. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  723. Kirat Mundhum
  724. Knowledge
  725. Kokugaku
  726. Kongo religion
  727. Korean shamanism
  728. Krishnaism
  729. Kuksu (religion)
  730. Kumina
  731. Kundakunda
  732. Kwakwakaʼwakw mythology
  733. Kyrsten Sinema
  734. LCCN (identifier)
  735. LaVeyan Satanism
  736. Lactantius
  737. Lakota mythology
  738. Laozi
  739. Latin
  740. Latin Church
  741. Latin language
  742. Latter-day Saint movement
  743. Law
  744. Law and religion
  745. Legal liability
  746. Legalism (Chinese philosophy)
  747. Lenape mythology
  748. Liberalism
  749. Libertarianism
  750. Liberty
  751. Lie
  752. Life stance
  753. Lifestyle (sociology)
  754. Liminality
  755. Lingayatism
  756. List of Christian denominations
  757. List of Neopagan movements
  758. List of atheists in politics and law
  759. List of cognitive biases
  760. List of countries by Muslim population
  761. List of countries by irreligion
  762. List of foods with religious symbolism
  763. List of founders of religious traditions
  764. List of largest peaceful gatherings
  765. List of new religious movements
  766. List of people who have been considered deities
  767. List of religion-related awards
  768. List of religions and spiritual traditions
  769. List of religious organizations
  770. List of religious populations
  771. List of religious studies scholars
  772. List of religious texts
  773. List of world folk-epics
  774. Lists of deities
  775. Liturgy
  776. Logic
  777. Longhouse Religion
  778. Lotuko mythology
  779. Louis Massignon
  780. Louisiana Voodoo
  781. Love
  782. Lozi mythology
  783. Lucumi religion
  784. Lugbara mythology
  785. Luo teaching
  786. Lutheranism
  787. Lynching
  788. Maasai mythology
  789. Macumba
  790. Maddhab
  791. Madhyamaka
  792. Magic (paranormal)
  793. Magic (supernatural)
  794. Magic and religion
  795. Magical thinking
  796. Magnificence (history of ideas)
  797. Magong
  798. Mahanubhava
  799. Mahavira
  800. Mahayana
  801. Mahdavia
  802. Mahdi
  803. Major religious groups
  804. Majoritarianism
  805. Malagasy mythology
  806. Malaysian folk religion
  807. Manchu shamanism
  808. Mandaeism
  809. Manichaeism
  810. Mantra
  811. Mapuche religion
  812. Marapu
  813. Mari Native Religion
  814. Marija Gimbutas
  815. Maronite
  816. Marriage
  817. Marshall Vian Summers
  818. Masai mythology
  819. Masculism
  820. Mass action (sociology)
  821. Mass psychogenic illness
  822. Materialism
  823. Matrimony
  824. Matter (philosophy)
  825. Maturidi
  826. Mauritania
  827. Max Müller
  828. Max Weber
  829. Maxim (philosophy)
  830. Maya religion
  831. Mayo Clinic
  832. Mazdak
  833. Mbuti mythology
  834. Meaning of life
  835. Meaning-making
  836. Media bias
  837. Media manipulation
  838. Media regulation
  839. Mediation
  840. Medical misconduct
  841. Meditation
  842. Megarian school
  843. Meivazhi
  844. Melanesian mythology
  845. Meme
  846. Memeplex
  847. Memory
  848. Mennonites
  849. Mental model
  850. Mercy
  851. Mesoamerican religion
  852. Messiah
  853. Metaknowledge
  854. Metanarrative
  855. Metaphysical
  856. Metaphysics
  857. Methodism
  858. Methodology
  859. Metonymy
  860. Miao folk religion
  861. Miao people
  862. Michael Stausberg
  863. Micronesian mythology
  864. Middle Eastern religions
  865. Midewiwin
  866. Midrash
  867. Mikkyō
  868. Milieu control
  869. Militarism
  870. Millenarian
  871. Mindfulness
  872. Mindset
  873. Mind–body problem
  874. Ming dynasty
  875. Minority religion
  876. Miracle
  877. Mircea Eliade
  878. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad
  879. Misconduct
  880. Missionary
  881. Mithraism
  882. Miwok mythology
  883. Mo (religion)
  884. Mob rule
  885. Mobbing
  886. Modekngei
  887. Modern Orthodox Judaism
  888. Modern Paganism
  889. Modern era
  890. Modernism
  891. Mohism
  892. Moksha (Jainism)
  893. Momolianism
  894. Monarchism
  895. Monastic orders
  896. Monasticism
  897. Mongolian shamanism
  898. Monism
  899. Monk
  900. Monotheism
  901. Monotheistic
  902. Moral entrepreneur
  903. Moral panic
  904. Morality
  905. Morality and religion
  906. Moravian Church
  907. Mordvin Native Religion
  908. Mormonism
  909. Moses
  910. Muhammad
  911. Muisca mythology
  912. Mun (religion)
  913. Music
  914. Muslim
  915. Muslim world
  916. Muslims
  917. Muwahhidism
  918. Mystical experience
  919. Mystical psychosis
  920. Mysticism
  921. Myth and ritual
  922. Mythology
  923. Māori religion
  924. NARA (identifier)
  925. NDL (identifier)
  926. Narrative
  927. Nath
  928. Nation of Islam
  929. National church
  930. National epic
  931. National myth
  932. Nationalism
  933. Native American Church
  934. Native American religion
  935. Natural law
  936. Natural philosophy
  937. Natural science
  938. Natural selection
  939. Naturalism (philosophy)
  940. Nature
  941. Nature (philosophy)
  942. Nature worship
  943. Nauruan indigenous religion
  944. Navajo
  945. Navayana
  946. Neo-Advaita
  947. Neo-Druidism
  948. Neo-Kantianism
  949. Neo-Theosophy
  950. Neo-Vedanta
  951. Neo-scholasticism
  952. Neopagan
  953. Neoplatonism
  954. Neopythagoreanism
  955. Neoshamanism
  956. Nestorianism
  957. Neurobiology
  958. Neuroscience of religion
  959. Neurotheology
  960. New Acropolis
  961. New Age
  962. New Confucianism
  963. New Testament
  964. New Thought
  965. New York City
  966. New historicism
  967. New religious movement
  968. New religious movements
  969. Next of kin
  970. Nicene Creed
  971. Nichiren Buddhism
  972. Nihilism
  973. Nimbarka Sampradaya
  974. Nirvana (Buddhism)
  975. Noahidism
  976. Non-denominational Muslim
  977. Non-denominational Muslims
  978. Non-violence
  979. Nondenominational Christianity
  980. Nondualism
  981. Nonfiction
  982. Nontheism
  983. Nontheistic religions
  984. Nontrinitarianism
  985. North Africa
  986. Nothing
  987. Numinous
  988. Nun
  989. Nuo folk religion
  990. Nuu-chah-nulth mythology
  991. OCLC (identifier)
  992. Oath
  993. Obeah
  994. Objectivism
  995. Obligation
  996. Observation
  997. Observational error
  998. Observational learning
  999. Observer-expectancy effect
  1000. Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  1001. Occultism
  1002. Odinani
  1003. Ohlone mythology
  1004. Old Norse religion
  1005. Olmec religion
  1006. Oneness Pentecostalism
  1007. Online Etymology Dictionary
  1008. Ontology
  1009. Optimism
  1010. Oral Torah
  1011. Order of Aviz
  1012. Order of the Golden Fleece
  1013. Ordination
  1014. Organized religion
  1015. Oriental Orthodoxy
  1016. Orientalism
  1017. Origin myth
  1018. Origin of religion
  1019. Orisha
  1020. Orphism (religion)
  1021. Orthodox Baháʼí Faith
  1022. Orthodox Judaism
  1023. Orthodoxy
  1024. Orthopraxy
  1025. Otherworld
  1026. Outline of epistemology
  1027. Outline of religion
  1028. Outline of spirituality
  1029. Ownership
  1030. PMC (identifier)
  1031. PMID (identifier)
  1032. Pacifism
  1033. Pagan
  1034. Pain
  1035. Pakistan
  1036. Paleo-Balkan mythology
  1037. Paleolithic religion
  1038. Pali Canon
  1039. Palo (religion)
  1040. Panentheism
  1041. Panentheistic
  1042. Pantheism
  1043. Papuan mythology
  1044. Paradigm
  1045. Parliament of the World's Religions
  1046. Parmalim
  1047. Parody religion
  1048. Parody religions
  1049. Parshvanatha
  1050. Pascal Boyer
  1051. Pastafarianism
  1052. Paul Dundas
  1053. Paul James (academic)
  1054. Paul Tillich
  1055. Paulist Press
  1056. Pawnee mythology
  1057. Peace
  1058. Peace of Westphalia
  1059. Peer pressure
  1060. Pemena
  1061. Pentecostalism
  1062. Perception
  1063. Perennial philosophy
  1064. Peripatetic school
  1065. Persian mythology
  1066. Persuasion
  1067. Pessimism
  1068. Peter Mandaville
  1069. Pew Research Center
  1070. Phenomenology (philosophy)
  1071. Philippines
  1072. Philologist
  1073. Philosophical theory
  1074. Philosophy
  1075. Philosophy of religion
  1076. Physical cosmology
  1077. Physics
  1078. Pietas
  1079. Pietism
  1080. Piety
  1081. Pilgrimage
  1082. Placebo
  1083. Platonism
  1084. Play (activity)
  1085. Pluralist school
  1086. Pluralistic ignorance
  1087. Plymouth Brethren
  1088. Point of view (philosophy)
  1089. Polite fiction
  1090. Political correctness
  1091. Political engineering
  1092. Political freedom
  1093. Political myth
  1094. Politics
  1095. Polybius
  1096. Polynesian narrative
  1097. Polytheism
  1098. Polytheistic reconstructionism
  1099. Pomo religion
  1100. Positive deconstruction
  1101. Positive psychology
  1102. Positivism
  1103. Post-structuralism
  1104. Postmodernism
  1105. Pragmatism
  1106. Pravachanasara
  1107. Praxeology
  1108. Praxis (process)
  1109. Prayer
  1110. Pre-Socratic philosophy
  1111. Prehistoric religion
  1112. Presbyterianism
  1113. Presupposition
  1114. Priest
  1115. Primum non nocere
  1116. Principle
  1117. Privacy
  1118. Problem of evil
  1119. Problem of why there is anything at all
  1120. Progressivism
  1121. Prometheus Books
  1122. Propaganda
  1123. Propaganda model
  1124. Prophecy
  1125. Prophets of Islam
  1126. Proselytism
  1127. Protestant Reformation
  1128. Protestant work ethic
  1129. Protestantism
  1130. Proto-Indo-European mythology
  1131. Proto-Indo-Iranian religion
  1132. Proto-Protestantism
  1133. Prāyaścitta
  1134. Pseudoconsensus
  1135. Psychoanalysis
  1136. Psychological manipulation
  1137. Psychological warfare
  1138. Psychology of religion
  1139. Public morality
  1140. Punic religion
  1141. Punishment
  1142. Punjab region
  1143. Pure Land Buddhism
  1144. Purépecha religion
  1145. Pushtimarg
  1146. Pyrrhonism
  1147. Pythagoreanism
  1148. Qiang folk religion
  1149. Quakers
  1150. Quality (philosophy)
  1151. Quimbanda
  1152. Qur'an
  1153. Quranism
  1154. Rabbinic Judaism
  1155. Radical politics
  1156. Rajneesh movement
  1157. Ramanandi Sampradaya
  1158. Ranjit Singh
  1159. Rapa Nui mythology
  1160. Rastafari
  1161. Rastafari movement
  1162. Rationalism
  1163. Ravidassia religion
  1164. Raëlism
  1165. Reality
  1166. Reality tunnel
  1167. Reason
  1168. Recluse
  1169. Reconstructionist Judaism
  1170. Reductionism
  1171. Reform Judaism
  1172. Reformism
  1173. Regina Schwartz
  1174. Reincarnation
  1175. Relationship between religion and science
  1176. Religio
  1177. Religiocentrism
  1178. Religion
  1179. Religion (disambiguation)
  1180. Religion Explained
  1181. Religion and agriculture
  1182. Religion and business
  1183. Religion and happiness
  1184. Religion and mythology
  1185. Religion and peacebuilding
  1186. Religion and video games
  1187. Religion by country
  1188. Religion in Afghanistan
  1189. Religion in Africa
  1190. Religion in Albania
  1191. Religion in Algeria
  1192. Religion in Andorra
  1193. Religion in Angola
  1194. Religion in Antigua and Barbuda
  1195. Religion in Argentina
  1196. Religion in Armenia
  1197. Religion in Asia
  1198. Religion in Australia
  1199. Religion in Austria
  1200. Religion in Azerbaijan
  1201. Religion in Bahrain
  1202. Religion in Bangladesh
  1203. Religion in Barbados
  1204. Religion in Belarus
  1205. Religion in Belgium
  1206. Religion in Belize
  1207. Religion in Benin
  1208. Religion in Bhutan
  1209. Religion in Bolivia
  1210. Religion in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  1211. Religion in Botswana
  1212. Religion in Brazil
  1213. Religion in Brunei
  1214. Religion in Bulgaria
  1215. Religion in Burkina Faso
  1216. Religion in Burundi
  1217. Religion in Cambodia
  1218. Religion in Cameroon
  1219. Religion in Canada
  1220. Religion in Cape Verde
  1221. Religion in Chad
  1222. Religion in Chile
  1223. Religion in China
  1224. Religion in Colombia
  1225. Religion in Costa Rica
  1226. Religion in Croatia
  1227. Religion in Cuba
  1228. Religion in Cyprus
  1229. Religion in Denmark
  1230. Religion in Djibouti
  1231. Religion in Dominica
  1232. Religion in East Timor
  1233. Religion in Ecuador
  1234. Religion in Egypt
  1235. Religion in El Salvador
  1236. Religion in England
  1237. Religion in Equatorial Guinea
  1238. Religion in Eritrea
  1239. Religion in Estonia
  1240. Religion in Eswatini
  1241. Religion in Ethiopia
  1242. Religion in Europe
  1243. Religion in Fiji
  1244. Religion in Finland
  1245. Religion in France
  1246. Religion in Gabon
  1247. Religion in Georgia (country)
  1248. Religion in Germany
  1249. Religion in Ghana
  1250. Religion in Greece
  1251. Religion in Grenada
  1252. Religion in Guatemala
  1253. Religion in Guinea
  1254. Religion in Guinea-Bissau
  1255. Religion in Guyana
  1256. Religion in Haiti
  1257. Religion in Honduras
  1258. Religion in Hong Kong
  1259. Religion in Hungary
  1260. Religion in Iceland
  1261. Religion in India
  1262. Religion in Indonesia
  1263. Religion in Iran
  1264. Religion in Iraq
  1265. Religion in Israel
  1266. Religion in Italy
  1267. Religion in Ivory Coast
  1268. Religion in Jamaica
  1269. Religion in Japan
  1270. Religion in Jordan
  1271. Religion in Kazakhstan
  1272. Religion in Kenya
  1273. Religion in Kiribati
  1274. Religion in Korea
  1275. Religion in Kosovo
  1276. Religion in Kurdistan
  1277. Religion in Kuwait
  1278. Religion in Kyrgyzstan
  1279. Religion in Laos
  1280. Religion in Latvia
  1281. Religion in Lebanon
  1282. Religion in Lesotho
  1283. Religion in Liberia
  1284. Religion in Libya
  1285. Religion in Liechtenstein
  1286. Religion in Lithuania
  1287. Religion in Luxembourg
  1288. Religion in Macau
  1289. Religion in Madagascar
  1290. Religion in Malawi
  1291. Religion in Malaysia
  1292. Religion in Mali
  1293. Religion in Malta
  1294. Religion in Mauritania
  1295. Religion in Mauritius
  1296. Religion in Mexico
  1297. Religion in Moldova
  1298. Religion in Monaco
  1299. Religion in Mongolia
  1300. Religion in Montenegro
  1301. Religion in Morocco
  1302. Religion in Mozambique
  1303. Religion in Myanmar
  1304. Religion in Namibia
  1305. Religion in Nauru
  1306. Religion in Nepal
  1307. Religion in New Zealand
  1308. Religion in Nicaragua
  1309. Religion in Niger
  1310. Religion in Nigeria
  1311. Religion in North America
  1312. Religion in North Korea
  1313. Religion in North Macedonia
  1314. Religion in Northern Ireland
  1315. Religion in Norway
  1316. Religion in Oceania
  1317. Religion in Oman
  1318. Religion in Pakistan
  1319. Religion in Palau
  1320. Religion in Panama
  1321. Religion in Papua New Guinea
  1322. Religion in Paraguay
  1323. Religion in Peru
  1324. Religion in Poland
  1325. Religion in Portugal
  1326. Religion in Qatar
  1327. Religion in Romania
  1328. Religion in Russia
  1329. Religion in Rwanda
  1330. Religion in Saint Kitts and Nevis
  1331. Religion in Saint Lucia
  1332. Religion in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  1333. Religion in Samoa
  1334. Religion in San Marino
  1335. Religion in Saudi Arabia
  1336. Religion in Scotland
  1337. Religion in Senegal
  1338. Religion in Serbia
  1339. Religion in Seychelles
  1340. Religion in Sierra Leone
  1341. Religion in Singapore
  1342. Religion in Slovakia
  1343. Religion in Slovenia
  1344. Religion in Solomon Islands
  1345. Religion in Somalia
  1346. Religion in South Africa
  1347. Religion in South America
  1348. Religion in South Korea
  1349. Religion in South Sudan
  1350. Religion in Spain
  1351. Religion in Sri Lanka
  1352. Religion in Sudan
  1353. Religion in Suriname
  1354. Religion in Sweden
  1355. Religion in Switzerland
  1356. Religion in Syria
  1357. Religion in São Tomé and Príncipe
  1358. Religion in Taiwan
  1359. Religion in Tajikistan
  1360. Religion in Tanzania
  1361. Religion in Thailand
  1362. Religion in Togo
  1363. Religion in Tonga
  1364. Religion in Trinidad and Tobago
  1365. Religion in Tunisia
  1366. Religion in Turkey
  1367. Religion in Turkmenistan
  1368. Religion in Tuvalu
  1369. Religion in Uganda
  1370. Religion in Ukraine
  1371. Religion in Uruguay
  1372. Religion in Uzbekistan
  1373. Religion in Vanuatu
  1374. Religion in Venezuela
  1375. Religion in Vietnam
  1376. Religion in Wales
  1377. Religion in Yemen
  1378. Religion in Zambia
  1379. Religion in Zimbabwe
  1380. Religion in ancient Rome
  1381. Religion in pre-Islamic Arabia
  1382. Religion in the Bahamas
  1383. Religion in the Central African Republic
  1384. Religion in the Comoros
  1385. Religion in the Czech Republic
  1386. Religion in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  1387. Religion in the Dominican Republic
  1388. Religion in the Federated States of Micronesia
  1389. Religion in the Gambia
  1390. Religion in the Maldives
  1391. Religion in the Marshall Islands
  1392. Religion in the Netherlands
  1393. Religion in the Philippines
  1394. Religion in the Republic of Ireland
  1395. Religion in the Republic of the Congo
  1396. Religion in the State of Palestine
  1397. Religion in the United Arab Emirates
  1398. Religion in the United Kingdom
  1399. Religion in the United States
  1400. Religions by country
  1401. Religious
  1402. Religious
  1403. Religious (Western Christianity)
  1404. Religious Zionism
  1405. Religious art
  1406. Religious behaviour
  1407. Religious belief
  1408. Religious beliefs
  1409. Religious conversion
  1410. Religious cosmology
  1411. Religious denomination
  1412. Religious disaffiliation
  1413. Religious discrimination
  1414. Religious ecstasy
  1415. Religious education
  1416. Religious experience
  1417. Religious fanaticism
  1418. Religious law
  1419. Religious music
  1420. Religious organization
  1421. Religious persecution
  1422. Religious pluralism
  1423. Religious studies
  1424. Religious symbol
  1425. Religious terrorism
  1426. Religious text
  1427. Religious uniformity
  1428. Religious views on truth
  1429. Religious violence
  1430. Religious war
  1431. Renaissance humanism
  1432. René Guénon
  1433. Repentance
  1434. Reproduction
  1435. Reproductive technology
  1436. Republicanism
  1437. Respect
  1438. Restoration Movement
  1439. Restorationism
  1440. Resurrection
  1441. Revelation
  1442. Reverence (emotion)
  1443. Revolution
  1444. Rhetoric
  1445. Richard Dawkins
  1446. Richard Lynn
  1447. Rights
  1448. Rishabhanatha
  1449. Rite of passage
  1450. Ritual
  1451. Ritual purification
  1452. Roman Empire
  1453. Roman Polytheistic Reconstructionism
  1454. Romanticism
  1455. Ronald F. Inglehart
  1456. Routledge
  1457. Ryukyuan religion
  1458. S2CID (identifier)
  1459. Sacred
  1460. Sacred dance
  1461. Sacred history
  1462. Sacredness
  1463. Sacrifice
  1464. Sahabah
  1465. Saint
  1466. Salafi movement
  1467. Salafism
  1468. Salvation
  1469. Samaritanism
  1470. Samayasara
  1471. Same-sex marriage
  1472. San religion
  1473. Sanamahism
  1474. Sanskrit
  1475. Sant Mat
  1476. Santeria
  1477. Santería
  1478. Sanātana Dharma
  1479. Sarnaism
  1480. Satanism
  1481. Satsana Phi
  1482. Saṃsāra (Buddhism)
  1483. Saṃsāra (Jainism)
  1484. Scandinavia
  1485. Scapegoating
  1486. Schema (psychology)
  1487. Schism
  1488. Schizophrenia
  1489. Scholasticism
  1490. School of Names
  1491. School of Naturalists
  1492. School of thought
  1493. Schools of Buddhism
  1494. Schwarzenau Brethren
  1495. Schwenkfelders
  1496. Science
  1497. Scientific evidence
  1498. Scientific method
  1499. Scientific misconduct
  1500. Scientology
  1501. Scythian religion
  1502. Sects of Sikhism
  1503. Secular
  1504. Secular coming-of-age ceremony
  1505. Secular humanism
  1506. Secular morality
  1507. Secular spirituality
  1508. Secular theology
  1509. Secularism
  1510. Secularity
  1511. Secularization
  1512. Seicho-No-Ie
  1513. Selective exposure theory
  1514. Selective perception
  1515. Self-actualization
  1516. Self-censorship
  1517. Self-deception
  1518. Self-fulfilling prophecy
  1519. Self-help
  1520. Self-organization
  1521. Self-realization
  1522. Selk'nam mythology
  1523. Seneca mythology
  1524. Sentient beings (Buddhism)
  1525. Sentientism
  1526. Separation of church and state
  1527. September 11 attacks
  1528. Serer religion
  1529. Serfdom
  1530. Sermon
  1531. Set (psychology)
  1532. Seven Laws of Noah
  1533. Sexual ethics
  1534. Shaiva Siddhanta
  1535. Shaivism
  1536. Shaktism
  1537. Shamanism
  1538. Shamanism in Siberia
  1539. Shango
  1540. Sharia
  1541. Shia Islam
  1542. Shinto
  1543. Shinto sects and schools
  1544. Shorter Oxford English Dictionary
  1545. Shrine
  1546. Shugendo
  1547. Shugendō
  1548. Shwetambara
  1549. Sigmund Freud
  1550. Sikh
  1551. Sikh gurus
  1552. Sikhism
  1553. Sin
  1554. Skeptical Inquirer
  1555. Skeptics
  1556. Slavery
  1557. Slavic Native Faith
  1558. Slavic paganism
  1559. Smarta tradition
  1560. Social actions
  1561. Social anthropology
  1562. Social behavior
  1563. Social change
  1564. Social class
  1565. Social conditioning
  1566. Social constructionism
  1567. Social control
  1568. Social democracy
  1569. Social emotions
  1570. Social engineering (political science)
  1571. Social exclusion
  1572. Social facilitation
  1573. Social facilitation in animals
  1574. Social function
  1575. Social group
  1576. Social influence
  1577. Social norm
  1578. Social progress
  1579. Social proof
  1580. Social psychology
  1581. Social reality
  1582. Social status
  1583. Social stigma
  1584. Social system
  1585. Socialism
  1586. Socialization
  1587. Sociology
  1588. Sociology of religion
  1589. Soka Gakkai
  1590. Solomon Zeitlin
  1591. Somali mythology
  1592. Son of God
  1593. Song dynasty
  1594. Sophist
  1595. Soul
  1596. South Asia
  1597. Southeast Asia
  1598. Southeast Europe
  1599. Spinozism
  1600. Spirit
  1601. Spiritism
  1602. Spiritual Christianity
  1603. Spiritual activism
  1604. Spiritual but not religious
  1605. Spiritual development
  1606. Spiritual practice
  1607. Spiritualism
  1608. Spirituality
  1609. Spontaneous order
  1610. Sri Lanka
  1611. Sri Vaishnavism
  1612. State religion
  1613. Status quo
  1614. Status quo bias
  1615. Stereotype
  1616. Stewardship
  1617. Sthulibhadra
  1618. Stigmergy
  1619. Stoicism
  1620. Structuralism
  1621. Study of religion
  1622. Study of religions
  1623. Style (visual arts)
  1624. Sub-Saharan Africa
  1625. Sublime (philosophy)
  1626. Subud
  1627. Suffering
  1628. Sufism
  1629. Sui iuris
  1630. Suicide
  1631. Sumerian religion
  1632. Sunda Wiwitan
  1633. Sunnah
  1634. Sunni Islam
  1635. Supernatural
  1636. Superstition
  1637. Suppression of dissent
  1638. Swaminarayan Faith
  1639. Swaminarayan Sampradaya
  1640. Swarm behaviour
  1641. Symbol
  1642. Symbolic boundaries
  1643. Sympathy
  1644. Syncretic
  1645. Syncretism
  1646. Synecdoche
  1647. System justification
  1648. Systemic bias
  1649. Sámi shamanism
  1650. Table of messengers of Abrahamic religions
  1651. Taboo
  1652. Tacit assumption
  1653. Tai folk religion
  1654. Tai peoples
  1655. Talal Asad
  1656. Talmud
  1657. Tambor de Mina
  1658. Tanakh
  1659. Tantra
  1660. Taoism
  1661. Taste (sociology)
  1662. Tawaf
  1663. Teleology
  1664. Temple
  1665. Temple in Jerusalem
  1666. Temple of Heaven
  1667. Temporal lobe epilepsy
  1668. Tengrism
  1669. Tenrikyo
  1670. Tensegrity (Castaneda)
  1671. Termination of the patient-physician relationship
  1672. Terrorism
  1673. Testimony
  1674. The Autumn of the Middle Ages
  1675. The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life
  1676. The Histories (Polybius)
  1677. The New Church (Swedenborgian)
  1678. The Power of Myth
  1679. The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism
  1680. The Satanic Temple
  1681. The Varieties of Religious Experience
  1682. Theism
  1683. Theistic Satanism
  1684. Thelema
  1685. Theocracy
  1686. Theodicy
  1687. Theological Aspects of the Avesta
  1688. Theology
  1689. Theology of religions
  1690. Theories
  1691. Theories about religions
  1692. Theories of religion
  1693. Theories of religions
  1694. Theory
  1695. Theory of everything
  1696. Theosophical Society
  1697. Theosophy
  1698. Theosophy (Boehmian)
  1699. Theravada
  1700. Thomism
  1701. Thracian religion
  1702. Three laughs at Tiger Brook
  1703. Tibetan Buddhism
  1704. Tibeto-Burman languages
  1705. Time
  1706. Timeline of religion
  1707. Toleration
  1708. Tolstoyan movement
  1709. Tom Harpur
  1710. Tongan religion
  1711. Torah
  1712. Toshio Kuroda
  1713. Totem
  1714. Tradition
  1715. Traditional African religion
  1716. Traditional African religions
  1717. Traditional Berber religion
  1718. Traditionalist theology (Islam)
  1719. Trance
  1720. Transcendence (religion)
  1721. Transcendental Meditation
  1722. Transcendentalism
  1723. Transculturation
  1724. Transplant ethics
  1725. Transtheism
  1726. Trinidad Orisha
  1727. Trinity
  1728. True self and false self
  1729. Trust (social science)
  1730. Truth
  1731. Tsimshian mythology
  1732. Tumbuka mythology
  1733. Tungusic creation myth
  1734. Turkey
  1735. Turkic mythology
  1736. Twelver
  1737. UFO Religion
  1738. UFO religion
  1739. Udaipur
  1740. Udmurt Vos
  1741. Umbanda
  1742. Umwelt
  1743. Unclean animal
  1744. Unitarian Universalism
  1745. Unitarianism
  1746. United Airlines Flight 175
  1747. United Nations
  1748. United States
  1749. Unity of the Brethren
  1750. Universal White Brotherhood
  1751. Universalism
  1752. Universalizing religion
  1753. Universe
  1754. Unobservable
  1755. Unspoken rule
  1756. Uralic neopaganism
  1757. Urartu
  1758. Urhobo people
  1759. Ute mythology
  1760. Utilitarianism
  1761. Vainakh religion
  1762. Vaishnavism
  1763. Vajrayana
  1764. Value system
  1765. Values education
  1766. Vattisen Yaly
  1767. Vedas
  1768. Veganism
  1769. Vegetarianism and religion
  1770. Vice
  1771. Vientiane
  1772. Vietnam
  1773. Vietnamese Thiền
  1774. Vietnamese folk religion
  1775. Viral phenomenon
  1776. Virtue
  1777. Waaqeffanna
  1778. Waheguru
  1779. Wahhabism
  1780. Wahy
  1781. Waldensians
  1782. Walter Burkert
  1783. Warkari
  1784. Water and religion
  1785. Wayback Machine
  1786. Wealth and religion
  1787. Weltschmerz
  1788. Western Asia
  1789. Western Europe
  1790. Western culture
  1791. Western esotericism
  1792. Wicca
  1793. Wilfred Cantwell Smith
  1794. William James
  1795. Winti
  1796. Wishful thinking
  1797. Women and religion
  1798. Woozle effect
  1799. Work of art
  1800. World disclosure
  1801. World religions
  1802. World's Columbian Exposition
  1803. Worldview
  1804. Worship
  1805. Wrongdoing
  1806. Wuism
  1807. Wyandot religion
  1808. Xiantiandao
  1809. Yahwism
  1810. Yangism
  1811. Yantra
  1812. Yao folk religion
  1813. Yarsanism
  1814. Yazdânism
  1815. Yazidi
  1816. Yazidism
  1817. Yazılıkaya
  1818. Yiguandao
  1819. Yoga
  1820. Yogachara
  1821. Yoruba religion
  1822. Zaidiyyah
  1823. Zalmoxianism
  1824. Zapotec civilization
  1825. Zen
  1826. Zoology
  1827. Zoroaster
  1828. Zoroastrianism
  1829. Zulu mythology
  1830. Zulu traditional religion
  1831. Zuni mythology
  1832. Émile Durkheim
  1833. Ācāra
  1834. Đạo Mẫu
  1835. Śrauta
  1836. Śvētāmbara
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