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Universalism is a religious system which accepts prophets and messengers from all religions as long as it does not contradict the principle of Unitarian belief. Noachite Universalism must be based in Mosaism whereby the validity of a would-be prophet is measured according to the definition given in Torah.
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Universalism is a religious system which accepts prophets and messengers from all religions. It can be considered as a faithful Noachite path as long as their messages are understood in ways which do not contradict the principle of Unitarian belief firmly rooted in Mosaism whereby the validity of a would-be prophet is measured according to the definition given in Torah.
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Universalism has its roots in the Torah based Islamic traditions of Eastern Europe.
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*Hui
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**Uighurs
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*Khavari
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**Bulgars
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**Karaim-Karaylar
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***Molokans
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*****Gerei
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**Transylvanian Unitarianism
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***Universalism

Latest revision as of 12:07, 30 September 2012

Universalism is a religious system which accepts prophets and messengers from all religions. It can be considered as a faithful Noachite path as long as their messages are understood in ways which do not contradict the principle of Unitarian belief firmly rooted in Mosaism whereby the validity of a would-be prophet is measured according to the definition given in Torah.

Universalism has its roots in the Torah based Islamic traditions of Eastern Europe.

  • Hui
    • Uighurs
  • Khavari
    • Bulgars
    • Karaim-Karaylar
      • Molokans
        • Subbotniks
          • Gerei
    • Transylvanian Unitarianism
      • Universalism