Results for: Sectarian

In Definitions

What does sectarianism mean?

The term is generally applied to the religious groups formed by some narrow-minded so-called 'Religious Scholars' having a little knowledge of the religion as a whole. The fol (MORE)
In Religion & Spirituality

What are the effects of sectarianism?

Sectarianism is a means of dividing, separating, and grouping things. While this may be great for dinner items (keeping the pees away from the mashed potatoes), it is not alwa (MORE)
In Religion & Spirituality

What does the word sectarianism mean?

A narrow-minded adherence to a particular sect or party or denomination. Faithfully supporting a cause of which they have little or no understanding of. One religion may have (MORE)
In Northern Ireland

What causes sectarianism?

It's when two sides are fighting and their religions are brought into it. I think that's it. I'm learning about it now in class. And there's that question there too, and th (MORE)
In Shintoism

What is Sectarian Shinto?

In the modern era Shinto-derived religious organizations can be broadly divided into two types, namely "sectarian Shinto" ( kyōha Shintō ) and "Shinto-derived new religi (MORE)
In Religion & Spirituality

What are the consequences of sectarianism?

The consequences of sectarianism are many and varied. "Sectarianism" refers primarily to the myriad of Protestant sect that arose after the Protestant "reformation." To unders (MORE)
In Political Theory

What are Sectarian politics?

Political action that is marked by the quality or character of devotion to the interests of a group of people gathered together as a political unit.
In Religion & Spirituality

What is the punishment for sectarianism?

It is not a crime to belong to a sect or to act in the interest of the sect to which you belong, however, in a certain poetic sense, there is a punishment for sectarianism, wh (MORE)