- n. Plural form of religion.
“From what has been said you can easily infer that we should adopt the mean between two extremes and must therefore believe that neither are all religions true nor are they all false, but that _some religions_ are true and that Islam is one of them.”
“-- The publication of a _Bulletin critique des religions de l'Egypte_ by Jean Capart, begun in the _Rev. de l'hist. des religions_”
“And the devotees of these religions met, as they said, "To unite all religion against all irreligion; to make the golden rule the basis of this union; and to present to the world _substantial unity of many religions_.”
“Those majestic religions, (as they esteem them,) which rise above the mere pomps and tympanies of ceremonial worship, they denominate '_religions of the book_.”
“As he openly admits, his only real interest in religions is in their "basic ethical teachings" (p. 227, emphasis in original).”
“Such diversity in religions is a powderkeg, and could be easily ignited under the wrong circumstances.”
“Empirical observation hints that maybe one of the religions is the correct description of reality.”
“Lets imagine that 75.0% of the population of this country have no political affiliation .. and lets say that all of them are open minded, kind, compassionate, fair, unselfish, they are not greey and they truly practice what their religions is all about ..”
“A democratic country where majority religions or majority religions in concert with minority religions impose religious “norms and sanctions” on the non-religious and/or other religions is a theocracy.”
“And a new fact for me in this theatre of the religions is the proximity, the banality, the prosaicism of God.”
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