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Allah in the religion of Islam, the name of the supreme deity.
antireligion combined form of religion.
apostasy abandonment of one's religion, principles, loyalties, or the like.
apostle a leader or prominent advocate of a religion or reform movement. [1/3 definitions]
axiology a branch of philosophy that examines the nature of value and various types of values, as in morals, metaphysics, religion, or the like.
ayatollah in the Shiite religion, a title awarded to a leader advanced in the study of Islamic law.
Babism a nineteenth-century Persian religion that forbade alcohol, polygamy, selling or buying slaves, and begging.
Bahai a modern Iranian religion that is based on a doctrine of universal brotherhood, the equality of the sexes, and total religious tolerance.
Bible any collection of writings considered sacred to a religion other than Christianity or Judaism. [1/3 definitions]
Buddhism a spiritual philosophy and religion, founded in the sixth century B.C. by Buddha and widespread in Asia, that teaches release from the self and from one's earthly desires.
Buddhist belonging to or following the religion of Buddhism. [1/2 definitions]
catechism a summary of the principles of a religion, esp. Christianity, in the form of questions and answers. [1/2 definitions]
charismatic one who professes charismatic religion. [1/3 definitions]
Christendom the parts of the world where Christianity is the most common religion. [1/2 definitions]
Christian of, concerning, or derived from the person, actions, or teachings of Jesus Christ, or the religion based on these teachings. [2/5 definitions]
Christianity the Christian religion, including its many sects. [1/4 definitions]
Christian Science a religion based on Christian scripture that was founded in the United States in the mid-nineteenth century and that teaches that disease and illness can be treated by spiritual means.
church organized religion in general. [1/6 definitions]
civil rights in the United States, certain rights and liberties, as to vote, own property, and be treated equally regardless of race, religion, or sex, that are guaranteed by amendments to the Constitution and certain Congressional Acts, esp. as applied to an individual or a minority group. [1/2 definitions]
Confucius a Chinese philosopher whose ethical teachings were introduced into Chinese religion; K'ung Fu-tzu (551?-479? B.C.).
conversion the process through which a person adopts new beliefs, esp. those of a specific religion. [1/6 definitions]