Definition of Denominations. Meaning of Denominations. Synonyms of Denominations

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Definition of Denominations

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- Denomination may refer to: Religious denomination, such as a: Christian denomination Jewish denomination Islamic denomination Hindu denominations Buddhist...
- Christian denominations List of Christian denominations by number of members The Oxford Dictionary's full list of synonyms for "denomination" includes:...
- list of Christian denominations by number of members. It is inevitably partial and generally based on claims by the denominations themselves. The numbers...
- denominations are not left out or unserved. Schools of Buddhism Christian denomination Hindu denominations Islamic denominations Jewish denominations...
- comprehensible overview of the diversity among denominations of Christianity. Only those Christian denominations or organizations with Wikipedia articles will...
- Many Christian denominations do not consider homo****uality or transgender identity to be sins. These include entire religious denominations, as well as individual...
- banknotes have only been issued in seven denominations: $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. Large-denomination currency (i.e., banknotes with a face value...
- as the denominations of Hinduism, and they differ in the primary deity at the centre of the tradition. A notable feature of Hindu denominations is that...
- Sufi orders and schools of theology. The article also summarizes major denominations and movements that have arisen in the modern era. The traditional divisions...
- adhere to other denominations, such that the non-Orthodox movements are sometimes referred to collectively as the "liberal denominations" or "progressive...
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