List of Religions and Spiritual Traditions…

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From Wikipedia

Abrahamic religions

A group of monotheistic traditions sometimes grouped with one another for comparative purposes, because all refer to a patriarch named Abraham.

Bábism

Bahá’í Faith

Christianity

Western Christianity
Eastern Christianity

Other groups related to Christianity

Some of these groups consider themselves to be Christian, or to be derived from Christianity, but they are considered heterodox or heretical by mainstream Christianity. Some of them are no longer extant.

Gnosticism

Many Gnostic groups were closely related to early Christianity, for example, ValentinismIrenaeus wrote polemics against them from the standpoint of the then-unified Catholic Church.[8]

The Yazidis are a syncretic Kurdish religion with a Gnostic influence:

Persian Gnosticism
Syrian-Egyptic Gnosticism

None of these religions are still extant.

Neo-Gnostic Groups

Islam

Kalam Schools
Kharijite
Shia Islam
Sufism
Sunni Islam
Quranism
Black Muslims
Ahmadiyya
Other Islamic groups

Religions related to Islam

These religions are either descended from Sufi Islam, or consider themselves Islamic, but are regarded as heretical or heterodox by other Muslims.

Sufi and Shia Sects

Druze

Judaism and related religions

Rabbinic Judaism
Karaite Judaism
Samaritanism

Samaritans use a slightly different version of the Pentateuch as their Torah, worshiping at Mount Geriziminstead of Jerusalem, and are possibly the descendants of the lost Northern Kingdom. They are definitely of ancient Israelite origin, but their status as Jews is disputed.[9]

Falasha or Beta Israel
Modern Non-Rabbinic Judaism
Historical groups

Second Temple Judaism

Black Hebrew Israelites

Rastafari movement

Mandaeans and Sabians

Shabakism

Indian religions

Indian religions are the religions that originated in the Indian subcontinent; namely HinduismJainismBuddhism and Sikhism and religions and traditions related to, and descended from, them.

Ayyavazhi

Bhakti movement

Buddhism

Din-e Ilahi

Hinduism

Major schools and movements of Hindu philosophy

Jainism

Meivazhi

Sikhism

Iranian religions

Zoroastrianism

Gnostic religions

Bábí movement

Yazdânism

  • Alevi (this is contested; most Alevi consider themselves to be Shia or Sufi Muslims, but a minority adhere to the Yazdani interpretation)
  • Yarsani
  • Yazidi

East Asian religions

Confucianism

Shinto

Shinto-inspired religions

Taoism

Contemporary Taoism-inspired religions

Other

Chinese

Korean

Vietnamese

African diasporic religions

African diasporic religions are a number of related religions that developed in the Americas among African slaves and their descendants in various countries of the Caribbean Islands and Latin America, as well as parts of the southern United States. They derive from African traditional religions, especially of West and Central Africa, showing similarities to the Yoruba religion in particular.

Indigenous traditional religions

Traditionally, these faiths have all been classified “Pagan”, but scholars prefer the terms “indigenous/primal/folk/ethnic religions”.

African

West Africa
Central Africa
East Africa
Southern Africa

American

Eurasian

Asian
European

Oceania/Pacific

Cargo cults

Historical polytheism

Mysticism and occult

Modern Paganism

New religious movements

Left-hand path religions

Post-theistic and naturalistic religions

Parody or mock religions

Others

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One Comment

And the Catholic religion is listed where?

What a list!