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- emperor Diocletian, Manichaeism was ****cuted by the Roman state and was eventually stamped out of the Roman Empire. Manichaeism survived longer in the...
- state that Manichaeism was first brought into China in the year 694, but this may have happened much earlier. Since its introduction, Manichaeism was deeply...
- nihilo, but only by co****tion. Augustine of Hippo, who converted from Manichaeism to Christianity, criticised the Manichaeans for polytheism and paganism...
- A demon is a supernatural being, typically ****ociated with evil, prevalent historically in religion, occultism, literature, fiction, mythology, and folklore;...
- Manichaeism in Dunhuang Chinese m****cripts refers to three Manichaeism m****cripts of the Tang Dynasty found in the Buddhist scripture cave of Mogao...
- of Manichaeism are seven scriptures personally written by the founder of Manichaeism Muni and are the fundamental cl****ics practiced by Manichaeism. Mani...
- governmental system, as flawed without chance of true salvation. In Manichaeism, the archons are the rulers of a realm within the 'Kingdom of Darkness'...
- of the Last Judgment Day. Mani Seven Sutras of Mani Manichaeism Tardieu, Michel (2008). Manichaeism [Manichaeology]. Champaign, Illinois: University of...
- Incomplete scripture of Manichaeism, was discovered by British archaeologist Aurel Stein in Mogao Caves Tibetan The Tang Dynasty Manichean Posthumous...
- Proto-Indo-Iranian religion.[citation needed] Zoroastrianism is often compared with Manichaeism. Nominally an Iranian religion, it has its origins in Middle-Eastern...
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