Difference between revisions of "Universalism"

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Universalism has its roots in the Torah based Islamic traditions of Eastern Europe.
 
Universalism has its roots in the Torah based Islamic traditions of Eastern Europe.
 
*Hui
 
*Hui
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**Uighurs
 
*Khavari
 
*Khavari
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**Bulgars
 
**Karaim-Karaylar
 
**Karaim-Karaylar
 
***Molokans
 
***Molokans

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