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Christianity

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Christianity

Rites and ceremonies

Orthodox Eastern Church

Jesus and Divinity

Transubstantiation

Christianity and politics

World Christianity

Christian mission & evangelism

King, Martin Luther    

Luther, Martin

Sermon on the Mount

Catholic Church -- Doctrines

Christianity and other religions

Pentecostal churches

Islam

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Ramadan

Islam and politics

Islam -- History

Islamic civilization

Sunni

Islamic fundamentalism

Muslims and religion

Islam and civil society

Muslim Brotherhood

 

Judaism

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Judaism 

Rabbinical literature

Jewish religious schools

Synagogues

Reform Judaism

Antisemitism

Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Ghettoism

Zionism

maccabean revolt

rabbis

Ashkenazic

Sephardic

Baha'i

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Christianity and other religions

Bahai Faith

Religious history

Bahai Faith -- United States

Bahá’u’lláh

Bábí Movement

Druzism

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Sufism

Druzes – History

Middle East -- Ethnic relations

Muwaḥḥidūn (monotheists or the unitarians)

Zoroastrianism

Ismailites

Druzes -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Lebanon

 

Rastafarism

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Rastafari movement

Reggae music

Dreadlocks

Bob Marley

African Americans

Athlyi Rogers

Leonard Howell

Emperor Haile Selassie I

Samaritanism

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Samaritans – history

Arabic Studies

Pentateuch

Minority families – Israel

Pentateuch

Aaron – Samaritan High Priest

Samaritan Theology

 

Mormonism

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Latter-Day Saints LDS
Mormons Joseph Smith

In addition to Christmas, Easter, and respective national holidays:

Pioneer Day is celebrated on July 24th to commemorate the Bringham Young's arrival with the first Moromon Pioneers to the Great Salt Lake Valley, Utah. See what kinds of activities happen on that day in Salt Lake City.

Sundays are generally observed as the sabbath and a day of rest.

Some families will practice Family Home Evening, where they engage in reading scripture from the Book of Mormon, singing hymns, and other activities that promote family bonding. 

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