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A term to describe an organized belief system which revolves around supernatural elements and entities.

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In general, it's hard to have religious wars if the religions involved don't care what you believe. If you look at the Greek or Roman religions, for example, they didn't have a coherent body of belie …
answered Oct 12 '18 by Mark Olson
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many heresies (like Arianism). They also called themselves "catholic" -- universal. They were united in religion, but administratively united only in theory, as they were much more fragmented …
answered Jul 17 '18 by Mark Olson
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made things a bit more difficult, this state of affairs had been in place for most people's whole lifetimes. It could be lived with. And it was. But Catholicism never died and was a significant minority religion throughout. …
answered May 22 '18 by Mark Olson