Definition of Religions. Meaning of Religions. Synonyms of Religions

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Definition of Religions

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Ghost dance Ghost dance A religious dance of the North American Indians, participated in by both sexes, and looked upon as a rite of invocation the purpose of which is, through trance and vision, to bring the dancer into communion with the unseen world and the spirits of departed friends. The dance is the chief rite of the Ghost-dance, or Messiah, religion, which originated about 1890 in the doctrines of the Piute Wovoka, the Indian Messiah, who taught that the time was drawing near when the whole Indian race, the dead with the living, should be reunited to live a life of millennial happiness upon a regenerated earth. The religion inculcates peace, righteousness, and work, and holds that in good time, without warlike intervention, the oppressive white rule will be removed by the higher powers. The religion spread through a majority of the western tribes of the United States, only in the case of the Sioux, owing to local causes, leading to an outbreak.

Meaning of Religions from wikipedia

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- The Abrahamic religions, also sometimes referred to as Abrahamism,[citation needed] are a group of monotheistic religions that strictly endorse worship...
- in comparative religion, arranged by historical origin and mutual influence. Abrahamic religions originate in West Asia, Indian religions in the Indian...
- religions also provided cohesion through a unified doctrine and practice shared by the nationwide community. The officially recognized new religions number...
- official religion, while not secular, is not necessarily a theocracy. State religions are official or government-sanctioned establishments of a religion, but...
- religions, sometimes also termed Dharmic religions or Indic religions, are the religions that originated in the Indian subcontinent. These religions,...
- traditional African religions or traditional beliefs and practices of African people are highly diverse beliefs that include various ethnic religions. Generally...
- four of the world's major religions: namely Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism—collectively known as Indian religions that believe Moksha is the...
- American religions, Baltic and Slavic religions, Confucianism, and the religions of Africa and Oceania. Eliade, Mircea ed. Encyclopedia of Religion (16 vol...