religious movement

  1. a movement intended to bring about religious reforms
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  • By a skilful use of maps and charts the author traces the development and spread of various religious movements, from the early Spanish Franciscans to the latest absurd creation.
  • A new religious movement originated in that country
  • This definition actually denotes what we call denominations and sects and would make all religious movements a cult.
  • He knows them to be vidharma, anti-religious movements, chala-dharma, false religion, or dharmabhasa, mere semblances of religion.
  • Successive Mongol invasions of the thirteenth century resulted in a period of relative instability culminating in a strong reaction in the early sixteenth century on the part of a resurgent religious movement - the Safavids.
  • It was a late 19 th century religious movement that prompted spiritual health through adult education.
  • The term Islamofascism strikes me as a pretty apt description of the political and religious movement of which al Qaeda, the Taliban, Hamas, and other extremist Muslim groups are members. The Volokh Conspiracy » Islamofascism:
  • In the early 1890s, she became a leading exponent of the religious movement of theosophy (emphasizing an individual spiritual awareness of God), and went to live in India.
  • At one time there were over forty phalansteries in this country, and if one groups together the Owenite communities and the religious movements of various sorts, there were at least one hundred and seventy-eight actual Utopian groups with from fifteen to nine hundred members each. The Worldly Philosophers
  • These people include evangelical lay preachers, religious leaders associated with New Age religions, and leaders of religious movements designated as cults.
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