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Four Major Religious Traditions

Four Major Religious Traditions of the World.

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Branches

Anthropology · Archaeology · Demography · Economics · Futurology · Phenomenology · Psychology · Religious literacy · Sociology · Theories of religion

Forms of religion

Metareligion
Familialism · Organisationalism

Designations
Ideology · Religion · Organised philosophy · Philosophy

Other designations
Anecdotal · Conceptual · Doctrinal · Inspired · Materialistic · Mother religion · Narrative · Revealed · Somatic · Statistical ·

Aspects of religion
Astronic religious industry · Astronic urreligion · Beginningness · Conceptuality · Digital evangelism · Identification · Nithism · Promulgability · Religious marketing · Religious retail

Processes
Commercialisation · Commodification · Economisation · Refoundation · Theomorphosis

Approaches to religion
Astronist naturalism · Astronist supernaturalism · Companarianism · Habitualism · Preternaturalism · Selectivism · Tactilism
Astronist theories of religion
Ambiguation principle · Disproportionalism · Diversity of Thought · Flipping The Table theory · Narrative-Conceptual Spectrum · Narrativity · Open market · Three Word model · Too Transcendent To Fail

Comparative
Centricity · Functionality · Naturality · Palpability · Validity

Devotality
(Corism · Indifferentism · Ultrism)

Religious concentricity
(Core · Miderior · Periphery)

Scale of religious expression
(Covertism · Extroversionism · Indifferentism · Introversionism · Overtism)

Religious traditions

Abrahamism · Astronicism · Dharmism · Indigenism · Iranian religions · Neopaganism · Neoreligion · Secularistic religion · Spiritualistic religion · Taoicism

List of religions by tradition

Related topics and disciplines
Astronic metaphilosophy · Disseminology · Incremology · Linealogy · Linguistic theology · Metaphilosophy · Preternology · Religious semantics · Surography
This page provides a list of religions categorised according to a series of traditions, each of which share similarities in practices and subjects of belief. These categorisations are made according to Astronist scholarship and Astronist theory.

The ten traditions recognised in Astronist scholarship are the following: Abrahamic, Astronic, Dharmic, Indigenous, Iranian, Neoreligion, Pagan, Secularistic, Spiritualistic, and Taoic.

List of religions by tradition

Abrahamic (Abrahamism):

Major groups:

Minor groups:

Astronic religions (Astronicism):

Astronomical religions (Astronomism): 

Extant:

Non-extant:

Nature religions (Naturism):

Humanic religions (Humanicism): 

Astronic-related religions:

Dharmic religions (Dharmism):

Major groups:

Minor groups:

Indigenous religions (Indigenism)

African Traditional religions:

Afro-American religions:

Altaic religions

Native American religions:

Austronesian religions:

Tibetic religions:

Uralic religions:

Other indigenous religions:

Iranian religions: 

Extant groups:

Historical/Extinct groups:

Neopagan religions (Neopaganism):

Ethnic neopaganism:

Syncretic neopaganism:

Neoreligions:

Neoreligions or new religious movements are religions that hold their origins after 1850 and that do not belong to any other recognised religious tradition. Only extant groups are listed here as short-lived religions, parody religions, cults, and cargo cults are not included.

Entheogenic religions:

Fringe religions:

Fringe religions in the neoreligious category are religions which cannot be categorised into any of the subcategories of neoreligion and are therefore considered to exist on the fringes of neoreligion.

Neo-ethnic religions:

New Thought:

Post-theistic religions:

UFO religions:

Western esotericism:

Secularistic religions:

Spiritualistic religions:

Major groups:

 Minor groups:

Taoic religions:

Major groups:

Minor groups: 

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