Here are entered works on groups or movements whose system of religious beliefs or practices differs significantly from the major world religions and which are often gathered around a specific deity or person.
Works on the major world religions are entered under Religions.
Works on religious groups whose adherents recognize special teachings or practices which fall within the normative bounds of the major world religions are entered under Sects.
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- Alternative religious movements
- Marginal religious movements
- New religions
- New religious movements
- NRMs (Religion)
- Religious movements, Alternative
- Religious movements, Marginal
- Religious movements, New
Filed under: Cults
Filed under: Cults -- Fiction
Filed under: Satanism -- FictionFiled under: Cults -- Greece
Filed under: Bacchantes -- Drama|
Filed under: DionysiaFiled under: Eleusinian mysteries
Filed under: Eleusinian mysteries -- Early works to 1800
Filed under: Oracles, Greek -- Translations into EnglishFiled under: Cults -- Rome
Filed under: Cults -- Syria -- Hierapolis (Extinct city)Filed under: Cults -- United States
Filed under: Satanism -- United States -- History -- 20th century
Filed under: Ancestor worship -- Madagascar -- AmbanjaFiled under: Ancestor worship -- South AfricaFiled under: Arab cults
- Bacchae, by Euripides, trans. by Theodore Alois Buckley (HTML with commentary at Perseus)
- Bacchae, by Euripides, trans. by Ian C. Johnston (PDF with commentary at Richer Resources Publications)
- The Bacchae, by Euripides, trans. by Gilbert Murray (HTML at Bartleby)
- The Bacchantes, by Euripides (HTML at Adelaide)
Filed under: Christian martyrs -- Cult -- History of doctrines -- Middle Ages, 600-1500
Filed under: Christian saints -- Cult -- History of doctrines -- Middle Ages, 600-1500Filed under: FaithistsFiled under: I AM Religious ActivityFiled under: Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Devotion to
Filed under: Lourdes, Our Lady of
Filed under: Fatima, Our Lady ofFiled under: New Age movementFiled under: SatanismFiled under: ScientologyFiled under: Semitic cultsFiled under: Unidentified flying object cults
- The Book of Idols, by -819? Ibn al-Kalbi, ed. by Nabih Amin Faris (HTML at answering-islam.org)
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