What is another term for a new religion?
It depends on what you term as "people with religion". If that term just excludes pure Atheism, then Muslims account for roughly 23% of people. If that term excludes any religion without a God/gods that are worshipped, that percentage jumps to 27%. (The majority of people excluded in the second group are Chinese Folk Religious believers who worship ancestors, but not gods, and New Age Religions that are "spiritual" but do not define an object…
i would definitely not call it catholic nor christian but maybe lutheran or maybe even protestant like the religion in colonial new york. ANSWER 2: Reincarnation--the concept that after death one is born in another body and a new life--is not a religion in itself, it is simply a belief. It is the Eastern religions of Hinduism and Buddhism (and their offshoots) that believe in reincarnation.
If the question is about public schools in the United States, then the answer must be that it would be illegal to require the study of a religious belief, except as part of a Comparative Religions syllabus in which Hoffman's views are counterbalanced by views on other religions, particularly non-Jewish, non-Christian faiths.
Which term to an extreme form of bulling that is directed because they are a different race religion or gender?
New Zealand has its elections every 3 years obviously meaning that a New Zealand Prime Minister has a 3 year term and maybe they are lucky enough to be re-elected for another 3 year term. However, many times in the past, New Zealand Prime Ministers may have served far less than a full term, or a full term and part of a new term. See the related question.
The term religious means, having some sincere belief in some religion. You can belong to any religion and be religious, the term does not refer to any specific religion. If you truly believe in Christianity, or in Islam, or in Judaism, or in Buddhism, or in any other religion, then you are religious. If you do not believe in any religion, then you are a skeptic.