Religions by type
Exploration of religions and their relationships and commonalities to one another throughout history . Broken down by each type . Jan 12
Edu : Occult
Christian & Moral Ethics
Taoism’s central organizing principle is the interconnectedness of all life with its flow of continuous change. Nowhere is this idea expressed in such a unique and exquisite manner as in the concept of yin-yang, which describes the underlying unity of life through the interplay of opposites.
The Culture Mandala, 4 no. 2, November 2001. Copyright © Rosita Dellios 2001 Daoist Perspectives on Chinese and Global
Satan , Devils and demons
This article gives a general cultural account of "cult". For its usage in the original sense of "veneration" or "religious practice" see Cult (religious practice) . For religious groups with modern origins see New religious movement .
Egyptian Connections to Christianity
Judaism, Jewish mysticism