To install click the Add extension button. That's it.

The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. You could also do it yourself at any point in time.

4,5
Kelly Slayton
Congratulations on this excellent venture… what a great idea!
Alexander Grigorievskiy
I use WIKI 2 every day and almost forgot how the original Wikipedia looks like.
Live Statistics
English Articles
Improved in 24 Hours
Added in 24 Hours
Languages
Recent
Show all languages
What we do. Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better.
.
Leo
Newton
Brights
Milds

Index of religion-related articles

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Many Wikipedia articles on religious topics are not yet listed on this page. If you cannot find the topic you are interested in on this page, it still may already exist; you can try to find it using the "Search" box. If you find that it exists, you can edit this page to add a link to it.

If you click on "Related changes" at the side of this page, you will see a list of the most recent changes in articles to which this page links. This page links to itself and its talk page so that changes to them can be tracked by the same means.

YouTube Encyclopedic

  • 1/5
    Views:
    870 775
    2 467
    1 996 446
    23 012
    6 294
  • The Hidden Meaning in the Shawshank Redemption - Logos Made Flesh
  • Christianity is not a religion
  • Are There Any Hitlers Left?
  • The Status of Separate Religion to Lingayat Sect - Audio Article
  • Radar Update

Transcription

You eat when we say you eat You shit when we say you shit And you piss when we say you piss You got that you maggot dick mother fucker! Can a film which is rated R for a host of obscenities, produced by a cast and crew of nonbelievers, and which paints the only Christian as an evil hypocrite be, in fact, the greatest Christian movie ever made? Put your trust in the Lord. Your ass belongs to me. Welcome to Shawshank The Shawshank Redemption is one of Hollywood's most beloved films. According to public voting on IMDB, it ranks just above the Godfather in the number one spot. People are drawn to this film for its message of hope and enduring friendship I am warning you Dufresne. Turn that off! which remarkably come together in a Christian act of redemption. Man missing on tier 2, cell 245! When Andy Dufresne escapes after 2 hours of screen time, 19 years in the story it hits as a total twist. He was in his cell at lights out It stands to reason he’d still be her in the morning There’s no quintessential lead-up or execution of a plan. No sir. Not a word. Andy just disappears. Lord, it’s a miracle. Man up and vanished like a fart in the wind. I was wondering if you can get me a rock hammer. Given that escapes are typical of prison films, viewers might have expected it. What is it and why? But the Shawshank Redemption, in a slight of hand, turns attention elsewhere. Contrary to every expectation, the prisoners fear release. While they may hate the walls of the prison, they’re not seeking to escape from them either. What the hell did you do to set him off anyway I didn’t do nothin. I come in here to say fairly well. Ain’t you heard? His parole's come through. This is embodied in Brooks. After being locked up for 50 years, Brooks responds to his parole by attempting to kill a friend just so he can stay behind bars. But I’m telling you these walls are funny First you hate ‘em. Enough time passes, you get so you depend on them. For Brooks, freedom is an exile to a world he doesn't belong. And so when he ultimately finds himself in that exile, empty and alone, he sees no other option but to hang himself. This is the principle problem for the prisoners of Shawshank. And yet not for Andy Dufrene. Andy comes to Shawshank as the innocent outsider and refuses to give up hope. He subverts the prison's dehumanizing system of rules and regulations, extending to his fellow prisoners rare and extraordinary reminders of the outside world. Cold beer after a hot days work Angelic music over the prison speakers New books to educate men Andy's strength derives from his innocence. But when, at last, the Warden erases evidence of his innocence Andy seems to succumb to the same institutional pessimism as his fellow prisoners. Any come down to the loading dock today. He asked me for a length of rope. Remember Brooks Hadlen? Andy ‘d never do that. I don’t know. He returns to his cell And there appears to hang himself. That's when the unexpected occurs. You better be sick or dead in there. I shit you not. Do you hear me? Instead of finding Andy dead, the cell is empty. Oh my holy God. Now stop and think about that. If you thought this film was just another prison flick, take another look. The film infuses Andy's escape with the symbolism of new birth. It proceeds through a woman's womb and ends with him slipping head first from the other end. This symbolism fits within the film's larger allegory. Prisoner’s enter Shawshank like newborns, naked and coated in white. They march you in naked as the day you were born. And they come to fear release with life's corresponding dread of death. In his escape to the outside world, Andy is born again and becomes a new man. A man no one ever laid eyes on before He appropriates the identity and wealth which viewers thought was said aside for the Warden. Until that moment he didn’t exist. I hope you'll enjoy living abroad. Thank you. And in taking on this persona, Andy passes judgment on the Warden and his hypocritical system. In the end, the Warden performs on himself the fate that only moments before viewers assumed would be Andy's end. Now look at the empty cell again. It's an allusion to the empty tomb. Oh my holy God. Andy's escape is an echo of Jesus' resurrection. But this alone isn't what makes Shawshank the greatest Christian movie ever. It's beyond the allusion where Shawshank touches people in a way that gospel films don't. Rather than ending with the resurrection, Shawshank goes on to show why it matters. It's not by accident that Andy, the only innocent man in Shawshank becomes the best friend of Red, the only guilty man. It's Red and not Andy who needs to be redeemed. Murder. Same as you. Innocent? Only guilty man in Shawshank. Red, like Brooks, is institutionalized. In three parole hearings, at the beginning, middle and end, The film demonstrates Red's transformation. Do you feel you’ve been rehabilitated? Oh yes. Without a doubt. I can honestly say I’m a changed man. No danger to society here. In his second, He admits to no longer being a danger to society not because he is a better man, but because, like Brooks, he no longer looks forward to the outside world. But It's Andy’s miraculous escape and his life on the outside which redeems Red. Do you feel you’ve been rehabilitated? Well now let me see. You no I don’t have any idea what that means. Well it means your ready to rejoin society. I know what you think it means. In his final hearing, Red, at last, speaks as a free man. He no longer cares whether he remains or goes. Whether he lives or dies. The world outside no longer concerns him. Because Andy lives, Red can face what the future holds. So when his release does come, it's hope in Andy which propels him beyond Brook's fate to a life in the world beyond Shawshank. Is it obvious now why Red finds Andy working the wood of a fishing boat before an eternal sea? The Shawshank Redemption is a parable. And like the parables of Jesus, its seed which opens in the right soil.

0–9

1689 Baptist Confession of Faith

A

Abolitionism - Abolitionism in the United States - Abraham - Abrahamic religion - Accommodation - Acolyte - Acts of Pilate - Adam and Eve - Aeon - Agnosticism - Agnostic Theism - Ahmadiyya - Ahn Shi Il - Akhenaton - Alexandrian Rite - All Saints - Alleged textual evidence for Jesus - Alpha course - Altar - Altar boy - Altar rails - Altar server - Amazing Grace - Ambarvalia - Amish - Anabaptist - Anathema - Anatta - Ancestor-worship - Ancient of Days - Angel - Angels of the zodiac - Anglican Communion - Anglican continuing churches - Anglican views of homosexuality - Anglicanism - Anglo-Catholicism - Animism - Anointing - Anointing of the Sick - Antediluvian - Anthropology of religion - Anthropomorphism - Anti-Arab - Anti-Defamation League - Anti-Modernist oath - Anti-Semitism - Anti-Zionism - Antichrist - Apatheism - Apocrypha - Apocatastasis - Apostles - Apostles' Creed - Apostolic Pardon - Apostolic See - Apostolic succession - Marian apparition - Ara Pacis - Arab anti-semitism - Arathi - Archbishop - Arguments against the existence of God - Arguments for the existence of God - Arianism - Arminianism - Arul Nool - Ásatrú - Ascension of Jesus Christ - Ascetic - Ash Wednesday - Asherah - Ashkenazi - Asmodai - Assumption of Mary - Astrology - Aten - Athanasian Creed - Atheism - Atonement - Augur - Augustinians - Auspice - Autocephaly - Ayyavazhi - Ayyavazhi mythology - Azazel - Aztec mythology

B

Baal teshuva - Baal - Báb - Babylonian calendar - Backward message - Bahá'í calendar - Bahá'í Faith - Bahá'u'lláh - Bakkah - Balaam - Balam (demon) - Balor - Baptism - Baptism for the dead - Baptism of the Holy Spirit - Bar mitzvah and Bat mitzvah - Beatific vision - Beast - Beelzebub - Robert Bellarmine - Benedictine - Bhakti - Bhakti movement - Bible - The Bible and history - Bible translations - Biblical canon - Biblical inerrancy - Jesus in the Christian Bible - Biblical maximalism - Biblical poetry - Biblical Sabbath - Binding of Isaac - Bioethics - Bishops' Bible - Bishop - Black Madonna - Blessed Sacrament - Blessed Virgin Mary - Blood libel - B'nai Noach - Bodhisattva - Bodhi - Book of Mormon - Books of the Bible - Born again - Brahma - Brahman - Brahmin - Brahma Kumaris - Brethren of the Common Life - Breviary - Brit milah - Buddha-nature - Buddhism - Business ethics

C

Thomas Cajetan - Canadian Unitarian Council - Calendar of saints - Calendar - Calvinism - Cambridge Declaration - Candomblé - Canon (priest) - Canon law - Canons of Dort - Cantor (church) - Cardinal (Catholicism) - Carmelites - Carmen Saliare - Catechism - Catechism of the Catholic Church - Cathedral - Cathedral architecture - Catholic Apostolic Church - Catholic Church - Catholic Church against war on Iraq - Catholic Communion - Catholic King - Catholic ministers - Sacraments (Catholic Church) - Catholicism - Chalcedonian Creed - Charismatic - Chayot - Cherub - Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy - Child sacrifice - Chinese house church - Chosen people - Chrismation - Christian anti-Semitism - Christian anarchism - Christian eschatology - Christian fundamentalism - Christian–Jewish reconciliation - Christian Identity - Christian mythology - Christian Peacemaker Teams - Christian Science - Christian theological controversy - Christian tradition - Christianity - Christmas - Christmas Eve - Christology - Church - Church of England - Church militant and church triumphant - Church planting - Civil religion - Clergy - Clerical celibacy - Closed communion - College of Cardinals - College of Pontiffs - Communion - Communion of Saints - Comparative religion - Christianity and Judaism - Comparing Eastern and Western religious traditions - Concordat - Conditional baptism - Confession (religion) - Confirmation (sacrament) - Confucianism - Congregation of Christian Brothers - Congregationalism - Congregationalist church - Congregationalist polity - Consecration - Conservative Judaism - Continuous revelation - Conversational intolerance - Cosmology - Counter-Reformation - A Course In Miracles - Covenant (religion) - Covenanter - Covenant theology - Creationism - Creed - Criticism of religion - Crucifixion - Crusade - Crypto-Judaism - Cult - Cult (religion) - Curse

D

Dabru Emet - Dajjal - Day of the Vow - Deacon - Dead Sea scrolls - Death worship - Deism - Demigod - Demonology - Demon - Deuterocanonical books - Deuteronomy - Devil - Devil's Advocate - Dharma - Dhimmi - Dies Irae - Diocese - Discordianism - Dispensationalism - Divination - Divine grace - Divine healing - Divine Liturgy - Divine providence - Divine simplicity - Doctor of the Church - Doctrine Doctrine - Doctrine and Covenants - Documentary hypothesis - Dogmatic definition - Dogma - Dominican Order - Dominion Theology - Dominus Iesus - Douai Bible - Druidry

E

Early Christianity - Early Muslim philosophy - Earth religion - East–West Schism - Easter - Eastern Christianity - Eastern Orthodox Church organization - Eastern Orthodoxy - Eastern Rite Catholic Churches - Ecclesia (sociology of religion) - Ecclesial communities contrasted - Ecclesiology - Eckankar - Economics of religion - Economy (Eastern Orthodoxy) - Ecumenical - Ecumenical council - Ecumenism - Mary Baker Eddy - Jonathan Edwards (theology) - Egyptian mythology - Emanationism - Emergency baptism - Emerging Church - The Enlightenment - End of the world - End times - Epiclesis - Epiphany - Episcopacy - Episcopalian - Episcopal Church in the United States of America - Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East - Episcopal Church of Scotland - Episcopal see - Eritrean Orthodox Church - Esbat - Eschatology - Esoteric cosmology - Eternal Marriage - Eternity Eternity - Ethics - Eucharist - Evangelicalism - Evolution - Ex cathedra - Excommunication - Book of Exodus - Exorcism - Expository preaching - Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus

F

Faith - Fall - Fallen angel - Free Christians (Britain) - Feast of the Lemures - Fetishism - Fideism - Filioque clause - First Vatican Council - Five Pillars of Islam - Five solas - Fleur de lys - Flirty Fishing - Flying Spaghetti Monster - Folk religion - Forgiveness - Fratres Arvales - Free Church of Scotland - Free will - Full communion - Full Gospel - Fundamentalism - Funeral

G

Gabriel - Gautama Buddha - Genesis - Geneva Bible - Genie - Gersonides - Glossolalia - Gnosticism - God - God and gender - Goddess worship - Goddess - Godhead (Christianity) - Gog - The Golden Bough - Gospel of John - Gospel of Luke - Gospel of Mark - Gospel of Matthew - Grace - Great Apostasy - Great Bible - Greek mythology - Greek Orthodox Church - Greek religion - Gregorian calendar - Gregorian chant - Guru

H

Hagiography - Hail Mary - Haitian Vodou - Halakha - Haredi Judaism - Harran - Harrowing of Hell - Haruspex - Hasidim - Hasidism - Heaven - Hebrew Bible - Hebrew Calendar - Hebrew - Hell - Hellenic polytheism - Hellenistic religion - Henotheism - Herem (censure) Talk:Herem (censure) - Herem (priestly gift) Talk:Herem (priestly gift) - Herem (war or property) Talk:Herem (war or property) - Heresy - Hermoea - Heterodoxy - High Sabbaths - Hinduism - Hiram Abiff - Historical episcopate - History of ancient Israel and Judah - History of Christianity - History of the English Bible - History of Unfulfilled Prophecy by Christians - History of Islam - Holidays - Holocaust theology - Holocaust - Holy card - Holy Day of Obligation - Holy Inquisition - Holy Living and Holy Dying - Holy Orders - Holy Prepuce - Holy See - Holy Spirit - Holy Synod - Holy water - Homeric hymns - Homosexuality and morality - Homosexuality - House church - Human sacrifice - Humanism - Hymn - Hyper-Calvinism -

I

Icon - Iconoclasm - Iconography - Iconostasis - Idolatry - Ifá - Iguvine Tables - Imam - Impiety - Imperial cult - Incarnation - Indulgence - Infidel - Inquisition - Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools - Integral thought - Intelligent design - Intercommunion - Involution (esoterism) - Irreligion - Irresistible grace - Isaac - Isaiah - Ishta-Deva - Ishmael - Islam - Islam and anti-Semitism - Islam and Judaism - Islamic calendar - Islamic view of Jesus - Islamism - Israel

J

Jacob - Jainism - James the Just - Jehovah's Witnesses - Jehovah's Witnesses and the Holocaust - Jerusalem - Jesus as Christ and Messiah - Jesus - Jew - Jewish eschatology - Jewish fundamentalism - Jewish history timeline - Jewish holidays - Jewish principles of faith - Jewish services - Jewish Theological Seminary of America - Jewish views on marriage - Jewish views on religious pluralism - Jews for Jesus - Jihad - Jubilee (Biblical) - Jubilee (Christian) - Judaism - Jumu'ah - Justification (theology) -

K

Kabbalah - Kairos - Kairos retreat - Karaite Judaism - Karma - Kashrut - Kenosis - King James Version of the Bible - King-James-Only Movement - Kingdom of Israel (Samaria) - Kohen - Kollel - Korban - Krishna

L

Laity - Last Judgment - Latin Rite - Latria - Latrocinium - Latter Rain Movement - Lay presidency - Lay Reader - Lector - Legalism (theology) - Leviathan - Leviticus - Liberal Judaism - Light Upon Light - Lilith - Limited atonement - Liturgical colours - Liturgical hymn - Liturgical Year - Liturgy - Louisiana Voodoo - Luciferianism - Lucifer - Lupercalia - Lutheran Church

M

Magic (paranormal) - Magic (religion) - Magnificat - Magus - Mahayana - Maimonides - Major orders - Mandaeanism - Manichaeism - Marcionism - Marian apparitions - Maronite - Marriage - Mary, the mother of Jesus - Masoretic text - Masorti - Mass (liturgy) - Mass (music) - Massacre of the Innocents - Cotton Mather - Increase Mather - Meditation - Meforshim - Megachurch - Mephistopheles - Merkabah - Messiah - Messianic Judaism - Methodism - Methods of divination - Metrical psalter - Metropolitan bishop - Michael (archangel) - Midrash - Mikvah - Millennialism - Millerites - Minor orders - Minority religion - Miracle - Mishnah - Mithraism - Mitzvah - Modern Orthodox Judaism - Moloch - Monastery - Monasticism - Monk - Monophysitism - Monotheism - Moral community - Moravian Church - Moriah - Mormonism - Edgardo Mortara - Moses - Mosque - Mount Sinai - Mourning - Muhammad - Multisensory worship - Mun (religion) - Mussar Movement - Mysticism - Myths and legends surrounding the Papacy

N

Nasheed - Natural theology - The nature of God in Western theology - Neo-druidism - Neopaganism - Nestorianism - New Age - New moon - New Testament - Nicene Creed - Nirvana (concept) - Nirvana (Jainism) - Nontheistic religions - Nontrinitarianism - Norse mythology - Numinous - Number of the Beast (numerology)

O

Oahspe - Occult - Old English Bible translations - Old Testament - Omen - Omnipotence - Omniscience - One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church - Opus Dei - Order of the Solar Temple - Organizational structure of Jehovah's Witnesses - Oriental Orthodoxy - Original sin - Orthodoxy - Orthodox Bahá'í Faith - Orthodox Christian Mission Center - Orthodox Judaism

P

Paganism - Pali canon - Pali - Panentheism - Pange Lingua - Pantheism - Papal abdication - Papal bull - Papal Coronation - Papal election - Papal Infallibility - Papal States - Papal Tiara - Paradise - Parentalia - Parousia - Particular church - Passover - Patriarch - Patron god - Patron saint - Paul of Tarsus - Pauline Christianity - Peace - Pearl of Great Price - Pelagianism - Pentateuch - Pentecostalism - People of the Book - Permanent deacon - Perpetual virginity of Mary - Persecution of Christians - Persian religions - Peter - Pharisee - Philistine - Philosophy of religion - Phronema - Pietism - Pilgrim's Progress - Pilgrimage - Plural Marriage (Mormonism) - Political religion - Polytheism - Polytheistic reconstructionism - Pontiff - Pontifex Maximus - Pope - Port-Royal - Posek - Pow-wow (folk magic) - Practices of Jehovah's Witnesses - Prakrit - Praxis (Orthodox) - Prayer - Prayer for the dead - Predestination - Pre-existence - Presbyterian - Presbyterian Church - Presbytery (sacred architecture) - Prevenient grace - Priesthood (Mormonism) - Priesthood of all believers - Priest - Primacy of the Roman Pontiff - Primate (bishop) - Probabilism - The problem of evil - The problem of Hell - Process theology - Projects working for peace among Israelis and Arabs - Prophet - Prophets of Islam - Protestantism - Protestant Reformation - Proto-Indo-European religion - Psalm - Psalms of Asaph - Pseudoscience - Psilanthropism - Purgatory - Purim - Puritan - Pythagoreanism

Q

Quietism (Christian philosophy) - Qur'an

R

Rabbi - Rabbinical Assembly - Rabbinic literature - Raëlism - Raja Yoga - Rama - Ramadan - Raphael (angel) - Rastafari movement - Rationalism - Rebbe - Rebirth - Reconstructionist Judaism - Red Sea - Reform Judaism - Reincarnation - Religion - Religion and abortion - Religion and homosexuality - Religion in Ancient Rome - Religion in Canada - Religion in Germany - Religion in India - Religion in the United States - Religious aspects of marriage - Religious conversion - Religious cosmology - Religious denomination - Religious ecstasy - Religious Humanism - Religious intolerance - Religious persecution - Religious pluralism - Religious studies - Repentance - Requiem - Responsa - Restorationism (Christian primitivism) - Restoration (Mormonism) - Resurrection - Resurrection of Jesus - Revelation - Reverence - Rhema - RHEMA Bible Training Center - Righteousness - Role of women in Judaism - Roman Catholic Church sex abuse allegations - Romanian Orthodox Church - Roman mythology - Romans road - Rosh Hashanah

S

Sabbath economics - Sabbath in Christianity - Sabbath in seventh-day churches - Sabbath mode - Sabbath School - Sabellianism - Sabians - Sacrament - Sacramental character - Sacramental index - Sacred (comparative religion) - Sacred Heart - Sacred king - Sacred language - Sacred text - Sacred Tradition - Sacrifice - Sadducee - Sai Baba - Sadducee - Saint - Saints, calendar of - Salvation - Samael - Sanctification - Sanskrit - Sarah - Satanism - Satan - Sathya Sai Baba - Saturday - Saturnalia - Scapegoat - Scientology In Australia - Scofield Reference Bible - Seal of the Prophets - Second Coming - Second Great Awakening - Second Vatican Council - Secondary conversion - Sect - Secular Humanism - Seder - Sede vacante - Sedevacantism - Seir - Sephardic Judaism - Sephardi - Septuagint - Seraph - Sermon on the Mount - Sermon - Seven-day week - Shabbat - Shabbat (Talmud) - Shabbaton - Shabbos goy - Shamanism - Shappatum - Sharia - Shavuot - Shiite - Shinto - Shirk (idolatry) - Shiva - Shmita - Shofar - Shrine - Shrines to the Virgin Mary - Shunning - Siddur - Sikhism - Sign of the cross - Signs and Wonders - Simony - Sin - Sira - Skepticism - Sky Father - Slain in the Spirit - Smith, Joseph, Jr. - Socianism - Socinianism - Sodom and Gomorrah - Sol Invictus - Solar Deity - Soul sleep - Spirit - Spiritism - Spiritual (music) - Spiritual possession - Spiritualism (religious movement) - Spiritualism - Spirituality - State religion - Stations of the Cross - Suburbicarian diocese - Succubus - Sufi - Suitheism - Sukkot - Sumerian mythology - Sunnah - Sunni - Supernatural - Supersessionism - Superstition - Supreme Pontiff - Surat Shabd Yoga - Sutra - Sydney Anglicans - Syllabus of Errors - Synagogue - Syncretism

T

Tathagatagarbha doctrine - Tallit - Talmud - Tanakh - Taoism - Tawhid - Tefillin - Temple in Jerusalem - Temple (Latter Day Saints) - Temple - Ten Commandments - The Ten Gurus of Sikhism - Territorial Spirits - Tetragrammaton - Thai lunar calendar - Thealogy - Theism - Theodicy - Theology - Theoria - Theosis - Theosophy - Theosophy (Boehmian) - Theosophy (Blavatskian) - Theravada - Third Wave of the Holy Spirit - Thirty-Nine Articles - Three-Chapter Controversy - Three Wise Men - Tibetan Buddhism - Tipitaka - Torah study - Torah - Tosefta - Total depravity - Totemism - Toward the Light - Tract (liturgy) - Transcendentalism - Transfiguration - Transubstantiation - Translation (religion) - Trimurti - Trinitarian formula - Trinitarianism - Trinity - Tripitaka - Tutelary

U

Umbanda - Unitarianism - Unitarian Universalism - Unitarian Universalist Association - United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism - Universalism - Universi Dominici gregis - Upanishad - Uposatha - The Urantia Book - Uriel - Utopianism

V

Vajrayana - The Varieties of Religious Experience - Vatican City - Vatican Hill - Vatican II - Veneration - Vespers - Vetus Latina - Vibhuti - Vineyard Movement - Viruses of the Mind - Vishnu - Vow of celibacy - Vulgate

W

Wahhabi - Week - Charles Wesley - John Wesley - West African Vodun - Western Orthodoxy - Western Schism - Western Wall - Westminster Confession of Faith - Westminster Larger Catechism - Westminster Shorter Catechism - Wheel of the Year - Ellen G. White - The White Goddess - Whore of Babylon - Wicca - Roger Williams - John Wimber - Witches' Sabbath - Witch of Endor - Women - Word of Knowledge - Worship - Worship dance

X

Xmas

Y

Yahweh - Yeshiva University - Yeshiva - Yeshu - Yeshua (name) - Yom Kippur - Yoruba mythology - Brigham Young -

Z

Zen - Zionism - Zohar - Zoroaster - Zoroastrianism

Lists

This page was last edited on 20 August 2018, at 23:54
Basis of this page is in Wikipedia. Text is available under the CC BY-SA 3.0 Unported License. Non-text media are available under their specified licenses. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. WIKI 2 is an independent company and has no affiliation with Wikimedia Foundation.