Random Religion Thread

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Religion?

Catholicism
26
12%
Protestantism
24
11%
Eastern Orthodox
12
5%
Judaism
5
2%
Sunni Islam
5
2%
Shiite Islam
2
1%
European Neo-Pagan
10
5%
Tribal Religion
2
1%
Hindu
2
1%
Buddhist
10
5%
Shinto
0
No votes
Atheism
76
34%
Agnostic
23
10%
Other (specify)
23
10%
Mormon
1
0%
Scientologist
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 221

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Re: Random Religion Thread

Postby vijayjohn » 2018-12-24, 4:11

It's like how el Día de Muertos has its origins in pre-Hispanic/indigenous Mexican festivals for honoring the dead but was later associated with All Saints' Day/Día de Todos los Santos.


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