The world's many religions can be loosely grouped as nontheistic, deistic, polytheistic and monotheistic. Various schools of nontheistic religions, such as Buddhism, can be difficult to separate from philosophy, and many... More »

Religions of the world vary widely and include Christianity, Islamand Judaism , along with smaller denominations such as Baha'i, Candomble, Rastafari and Santeria. Religions appear around the world, and while some remain... More »

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There are a number of differences between Judaism and other religions, but some of the most notable are the fact that Judaism, while holding a belief in the existence of one God, dictates that Jesus was a false prophet a... More »

The online Ancient History Encyclopedia includes an article about religion in the ancient world, which begins by discussing Hinduism and the ancient Egyptian religions. Other European religions, including Christianity, a... More »

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Santeria is a religion with origins in southern Nigeria, Senegal and the Guinea coast that synthesises the religions of the Yoruba and Bantu peoples with that of Roman Catholicism. While occasionally misheard as Santa Ma... More »

As of 2010, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism are some of the most widespread religions in the world, in terms of global population percentage. Folk religions and other religions such as Judaism make up a smalle... More »

Some large world religions are Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. Christianity is the largest with approximately 2.4 billion followers. There is also Sikhism, Judaism and Confucianism. More »