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Inspired religion is a popular post-omnidoxical appellation of Cometanic origin describe and designate Astronism and relates to its status as being inspired rather than revealed. The concept has become part of the Astronist philosophy of religion largely due to its ignition of the debate on the differences between inspired religions and revealed religions.
Difference between inspiration and revelation
In the Astronist philosophy of religion, all religions are believed to have formed on either inspiration or revelation, the latter of which is most common in the Abrahamic tradition and in some strands of the Dharmic tradition. For example, revealed religions include Christianity and Islam while inspired religions are considered to include Buddhism and Confucianism.
Characteristics of inspiration:
Characteristics of revelation: