Wikipedia:WikiProject Religion

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WikiProject Religion aims primarily to organise, neutrally develop, and improve the series of articles on religion in accord with Wikipedia's policies and guidelines. It also seeks to ensure NPOV across articles related to religion. It is hoped that this project will help to focus the efforts of other Wikipedians. If you would like to help, please inquire on the talk page.

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General information ( · changes)
Please discuss any proposals for new work groups with the project as a whole before creating them.

Work groups are informal groups of editors gathered for collaborative work on a particular topic within the field of Religion; all project members are encouraged to participate in any that interest them. Also included below are other WikiProjects that fall within our scope.

Work groups
Separate projects

see Related Wikiprojects below

Departments
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Scope

The scope of this project is all articles in the Category:Religion. Specifically, this project hopes to deal with all articles relating to the religious observances, rituals, and practices, the histories of such practices, and related biographical articles. (For articles dealing with the stories which often contribute to the development of such practices, please see Wikipedia:WikiProject Mythology.) However, given the existence of several projects covering specific areas of the category, we will be placing the majority of our attention in the following areas:

  • (1) We will work to create, improve, and maintain those articles which deal with religion in a non-sectarian sense (God, theology, religion, etc.), as well as articles about specific religions which do not yet have projects which deal with them. This would include, but not be limited to, those listed on the List of religions, which do not clearly fall under the scope of any of the daughter projects below. As a rule-of-thumb guideline, this would include those faiths which have no existing projects and those articles whose content relates to at least three, non-overlapping, extant projects. Also, those articles about specific religions with extant projects which are of significant importance to one or more of the topics in the broad religion field, will be considered within the scope of this project.
  • (2) We will assist in the assessment of articles in the field of religion, particularly those articles which have not yet been assessed.
  • (3) We will try to assist in the maintenance of the Portal:Religion and other religion-related portals.

To do

Improve the bird's eye view

The entire subject and Wikipedia's coverage of it is intended to be summarized in the Outline of religion and its branch outlines. These are in turn is part of Wikipedia's outline system which is one of Wikipedia's main contents systems.

Please look it over and fill-in missing topics. If Wikipedia has an article or article section about those topics, please add links to them.

While analyzing the outline, please answer the following questions (and fix the outline as needed):

  1. What's missing?
  2. Is the structure of the outline (sections and indents) representative of the subject?
  3. Does the outline help understand the relationships between the topics presented in the best way possible?

The overall purpose of the outline is to help readers comprehend the subject by showing what belongs to it, and within the subject what belongs to what.

The outline is a taxonomy of the subject, and also serves as a table of contents and navigation aid to browse Wikipedia's articles (and article sections) about the subject.

It is also a useful tool for the WikiProject to analyze, plan, develop, and revise related material. It is a hub from which to organize related topics.

It was built as a "reverse outline", a structural model of an existing work, which in addition to being a summary of the work, can reveal the gaps and other weaknesses for revision purposes.

Please help improve it.

It's our bird's eye view.

Thank you.

Recognized content

See Wikipedia:WikiProject Religion/Recognized content.

Templates

See Wikipedia:WikiProject Religion/Templates

Related Wikiprojects

Work groups

Potential work groups

Any religious group which does not clearly fall within the scope of one of the related religion projects could be considered as being one for which a work group could be created. Currently, the most apparent such groups would include the following.

These are considered "main topics" in the 2nd edition of the Encyclopedia of Religion, one of the most highly regarded reference works in the subject.

Groups on the following, more focused, topics, are also open to consideration:

Departments


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All interested parties should feel free to add their names below, and if they wish to add the {{User WPReligion}} or {{User WPReligion/Userbox 2}} to their userpages. Also, please indicate any fields of specific knowledge or interest if you see fit. We may in the future be interested in setting up subprojects, and it would be useful to know early if there is any interest in any particular fields.

  1. Badbilltucker 19:13, 13 November 2006 (UTC) - Primarily ancient religions, including speficially Indo-European and Semitic religions. Also have a better than average grasp of the mythology/religion of the ancient Celts (reasonable, considering my real given name is Arthur. No aardvark or Dudley Moore jokes, please.)
  2. Sri Satish Focus on mainly Sanatan/Hinduism and other Buddhism religions.
  3. Bineet Ojha Focus on mainly Hinduism and other Dharmic religions.
  4. Bnaur Focus in Native American, NRM's, Cults, UFO Religions (Raelism), Mormonism Preceding signed by: Bnaur Talk 03:59, 4 May 2008 (UTC)
  5. ChrisHigginson 18:06, 17 November 2006 (UTC +10)
  6. cab49ers5 18:24, 17 November 2006 (UTC)
  7. Jgilhousen 17:46, 20 November 2006 (UTC)
  8. Keesiewonder 00:56, 23 November 2006 (UTC)
  9. --Sir james paul 18:15, 6 December 2006 (UTC)
  10. Nightngle - I'm interested in the project, but am having a hard time understanding the focus of this project, especially considering the proposed scope.
  11. Kkrystian
  12. NinaEliza (talk contribs count logs email) 01:41, 23 December 2006 (UTC)Whatever I can do to be of service - from copyediting to helping mediate a potential conflict, please let me know.
  13. WerewolfSatanist 18:59, 23 December 2006 (UTC)- Well I've spent a ridiculous amount of time reading about Satanism in general and will offer my knowledge there if wanted. I've spent my time researching religion in general for awhile now and can offer my services when needed (though writing whole articles is beyond me right now).
  14. Devin Murphy 19:17, 27 December 2006 (UTC)I’m interested in helping with the articles on Unitarian Universalism.
  15. Nina Odell 23:56, 30 December 2006 (UTC)However I can be of service to the project and Tucker.
  16. Pgg7 Can help with Christianity, Anglicanism and some philosophical aspects of religion.
  17. Aleta (talk · contribs) particular interest in Unitarian Universalism as well as other things.
  18. ~ Kathryn NicDhàna 00:35, 4 January 2007 (UTC) I can be useful in the area of ancient Irish and Scottish mythology/religion, and with Modern Celtic traditions. Have a long background with Polytheistic reconstructionism, Paganism and Neopaganism, plus significant experience with some branches of Hinduism and various Afro-Diasporic traditions. Have done some work on First Nations articles, and a bit on Unitarian-Universalist affiliates.
  19. Itsmejudith 15:58, 4 January 2007 (UTC) I've been working on Islam-related articles and am also interested in Taoism.Itsmejudith 15:58, 4 January 2007 (UTC)
  20. Shabdiz (talk · contribs), I am from the Zoroastrianism project and portal, following Badbilltucker's call for cooperation. I am happy to help if I can. Please leave a note on my talk page too. Shabdiz 19:03, 7 January 2007 (UTC)
  21. Cerevox 05:10, 16 January 2007 (UTC) Have a knowledge of Eastern Europe and Russian Mythology. Have a very light knoledge of mythology for a large variety of places all over. Happy to help out anywhere its needed though.
  22. Goldenrowley I am joining at the encouragement of Badbilltucker from a sister project, wikiproject mythology so we are all in the same page in goals. I've been doing a little side work on religious topics while tidying up mythology topics. Goldenrowley 02:52, 18 January 2007 (UTC)
  23. Captain panda Mussolini ha sempre tarche Sign Here 04:04, 18 January 2007 (UTC) I am part of WikiProject Mythology and thus I ended up reading something in the Project saying that we should also join this. So here I am. I am knowledgeable about Church History before 1500. In addition, I am also somewhat knowledgeable about Norse religion, especially the mythology of it.
  24. User:Aminz I have some knowledge of Islam and know a little about Christianity. I hope I can help.
  25. Zahakiel 19:54, 28 January 2007 (UTC) I offer my services to this project; I have knowledge in areas including the Bible, Judeo-Christian religions, Eastern religion and folklore, Angels, Demons, and a number of Paranormal and Occult matters.
  26. User:Vassyana I am very familiar with theology and Christianity. I have a strong functional knowledge of Eastern religion in general and Daoism in particular. I possess a good familiarity with the general Occult scene and religions. Vassyana 09:45, 1 February 2007 (UTC)
  27. --Destructo 087 22:56, 4 February 2007 (UTC)
  28. Misou 19:17, 9 February 2007 (UTC) Scientology article series.
  29. Chimakwa I've got a shiny new BA in Religious Studies and it'd be nice to use it for something more than resume filler. I mostly focus on Christianity, Church History and unorthodox religious movements, but I have a good base of knowledge in world religions in general.
  30. Christophore 22:08, 22 February 2007 (UTC) Fairly extensive knowledge of ancient Roman religion.
  31. Yahel Guhan 05:06, 24 February 2007 (UTC) Main interest is Islam, but I also wish to focus on a secular view on all religions.
  32. Wikidudeman I'm interested in religion and its origin. I am not personally religious but am nonetheless interested in religious especially Abrahamic religions and Buddhism.
  33. Darkahn 13:24, 13 March 2007 (UTC) I have (light) knowledge on zen Buddhism, Demons, and a number of matters relevant to LaVeyan Satanism.
  34. Okelle okelle 18:28, 4 April 2007 (UTC) Interested in creating a paganism portal. I see a Wicca portal already exists. Paganism would encompass both Wicca and other non-Abrahamic traditions. I've set up the portal page already but want to connect with the larger community, especially those with an interest in this field of study. Have experience with various branches of Wicca, Afro-Caribbean traditions, Unitarian Universalism, women's spirituality, solitary eclectic practice.
  35. User:Low Sea 03:02, 11 April 2007 (UTC) Eclectic religious knowledge base ranging from Judeo-Christian thru Neo-Pagan. Special interest in New Thought religions.
  36. ፈቃደ (ውይይት) 14:24, 22 April 2007 (UTC) I probably should have joined earlier, since my adding Noah's Ark to the Project "list of articles pertaining to more than three religions" two days ago while still a non-member, has actually been challenged by another non-member! I am interested in a wide variety of topics associated with Comparative Religion.
  37. Buddhipriya I mainly work on Hinduism articles and have great interest in promoting interfaith dialog. 18:03, 24 April 2007 (UTC)
  38. Til Eulenspiegel 12:51, 26 April 2007 (UTC) Would like to see much clearer policies with regard to style and formatting of all articles on religious topics, especially with respect to the adherents of these living religions and what they currently believe, and to counter-balance certain editors whose hostile agendas toward certain living religions is all too apparent, and who actively use their strength in numbers to prevent or minimize these articles from correctly stating what is actually believed by the adherents themselves.
  39. John Carter 01:52, 7 May 2007 (UTC) - Can assist in content relating to Christianity, and occasionally other subjects, like mythology, as well.
  40. George 18:57, 17 May 2007 (UTC) One of Jehovah's Witnesses. Familiar with Christianity, some 'paganism'. I would like to see some clear policies being set regarding all religious articles.
  41. J. Ponder (talk · contribs · count) Christianity, Charismatic Christianity
  42. Blockinblox 12:28, 3 June 2007 (UTC)
  43. Ric27 16:05, 25 June 2007 (UTC) Sant Nirankari Mission
  44. SatuSuro 04:47, 30 June 2007 (UTC) - bits and pieces
  45. Neranei I will contribute when I can, hopefully.
  46. Shruti14 ( talkcontribs ) 19:31, 14 August 2007 (UTC) am a Hindu, will contribute when I can
  47. Phatius McBluff 07:18, 16 August 2007 (UTC) - Can help with articles dealing with Christian theology, Hinduism, comparative mythology, and a bit of non-Christian theology.
  48. Runehelmet (talk) 15:44, 31 August 2011 (UTC)
  49. Angelo De La Paz: I am a Mahayana Buddhist but also a Taoist but I haven't taken Refuge of Three Jewels. I am making new articles of religious populations as List of religious populations, Christianity by country, Buddhism by country, Islam by country, etc... with some people!Angelo De La Paz 14:47, 24 August 2007 (UTC)
  50. blahblah5555: I have an interest in the Latter Day Saint movement as well as other movements arising out of the Second Great Awakening. I have also studied Eastern Orthodox Christianity.
  51. Saffron White Green 12:54, 15 September 2007 (UTC)
  52. WDavis1911 10:08, 20 September 2007 (UTC) : Student of religious history, especially that of religions originating in the Middle-East.
  53. Konamaiki: Undergraduate in history, taking as many courses on religion as possible. Hoping to do graduate work in comparative religions. Specialty is Christian Theology, but with Korean Language and Japanese Language background I can help with Eastern Religion sources and translation.
  54. quasimodo2: I am a Wiccan pastor with a BS in Philosophy and MAIS in Religious Studies. I hope to add additional scholarly input to Religion articles throughout Wikipedia.
  55. Basilides/ούκ ών θεός 04:55, 16 October 2007 (UTC) : I've just begun to skim the surface of Sufism and am always interested in early Christianity, particularly Christian Gnosticism. I'm especially interested in the similarities that crop up between Sufism and Gnosticism. I own one (1) book by Henry Corbin on Ibn 'Arabī, because books pertaining to 'Arabī or written by Corbin are expensive and I am poor.
  56. -- Kevin Browning 07:01, 22 October 2007 (UTC)
  57. Seenitall: I am interested in Religion in general. Druidism, Mithraism, Christianity, modern church history 1800's to present, cults, theology, Pentecostal, gnosticism, charismatic, Methodist, presbyterian, Calvinism, etc. I am new to Wikipedia but not new to religion. I have a Phd in Theology. 3:14, 6 November 2007
  58. User:Lordjeff06: I'm mostly interested in religious history (primarily Christianity and Islam) as well as the role of religion in politics and ethics.
  59. User:Canutethegreat: I'm interested in religious history as well as religious mythology.
  60. UVXR (talk) 09:37, 6 January 2008 (UTC) Studied Cultural Anthropology. I am interested in Religious Humanism, Unitarianism, Unprogrammed Quakerism and Latin American Liberation Theologies
  61. User:IronCrow: Christianity and relations with other religions, such as Judaism, Hinduism, Islam, and Buddhism, Impact of religion on society or advancements of society.
  62. Peter Deer (talk) 11:56, 24 January 2008 (UTC): I have some knowledge of Abrahamic religions and a keen interest in Buddhism, Hinduism, and Daoism. I am particularly interested in Sufism and while my understanding of it is limited I'd love to have the chance to do some real investigative research into it. As a Baha'i I also of course hold an interest in pages on that subject. I'm also hoping to gain an expertise on the origins of the aforementioned religions.
  63. Writtenonsand 27 Jan 2008. - I'm interested in all religions and have a fair knowledge of most of them, however in honesty I must say that I'm unable to accept any supernatural metaphysics. But fear not: I do try pretty hard to adhere to Civility guidelines on Wikipedia and in real life as well.
  64. Mocu (talk) 19:34, 5 February 2008 (UTC)
  65. Gr8opinionater
  66. Saimdusan - I do not believe in any religion (nor do I even hold any supernatural) beliefs, but I find religion and the history of religion fascinating. Talk|Contribs 23:46, 17 February 2008 (UTC)
  67. Jesse James Shoot 01:13, 22 February 2008 (UTC)
  68. World (talk) 00:52, 4 March 2008 (UTC)
  69. Theories of religion and religious studies. Andries (talk) 22:05, 21 March 2008 (UTC)
  70. Tyciol (talk) 01:14, 2 April 2008 (UTC) No specific field of specialty.
  71. AlexNebraska (talk) 22:14, 10 April 2008 (UTC)
  72. Alexander Gieg (talk · contribs) April 30, 2008 - I'm a perennialist interested in all traditional religions. Enough said. :-)
  73. The Quill - A Christian who is interested in all of the Abrahamic religions. Has joined a number of the more specific wikiprojects such as Christianity and is currently trying to start WikiProject Abrahamic Religions.
  74. User:a pyrate's life for me... I don't know much about religion, but I figured this would be a good place to learn and help wiki at the same time. I'm willing to work on just about anything, but with summer coming, I'm not going to have much time to work on it. :( But I'm going to do my best to contribute as much as I can anyway.
  75. Erik the Red 2 Anything, really.
  76. Bastet13 - I do not claim any one religion... I like to say I am all religions. But the "theology" that resonates most with me and that I have 17 years of experience with is Paganism, specifically Wicca. I've studied various pagan and/or "goddess" cultures, Egyptian, Sumerian, Celtic, Yoruba, etc. I'm Jewish (by birth) and have read most of the Torah, as well as the King James Bible, and am pretty familiar with large chunks of it. I love learning about religion, studying all the different amazing ways that people in this world worship their varying concepts of divinity.
  77. Sticky Parkin Interested in a lot of aspects of religion/spirituality.
  78. Ian Cheesman Interested in and knowledgeable in variety of topics including Kemetic religions, Native American religions, inter-religious cooperation, tolerance, etc.
  79. Totnesmartin (talk) interested in religion as a general topic. I used to be a Buddhist, now I'm a Neopagan. Other interests: creationism, religion and politics, interfaith, mythology, tea.
  80. Midnightblueowl (talk), I have an interest in all religions, though I am specifically a Wiccan, and my particular interest lies in the Neopagan, east Asian, and Indian faiths.
  81. Pastor Theo (talk) 01:51, 18 January 2009 (UTC) If I can be of help, please call on me. Pastor Theo (talk) 01:51, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
  82. Scochran The Creativity Alliance--scochran4 (talk) 14:55, 26 February 2009 (UTC)
  83. - Voidz (t·c) - Not religious but interested in Abrahamic religions.
  84. --Luigifan (talk) 23:43, 28 February 2009 (UTC) I'm a Roman Catholic and proud of it, but I'm very open-minded and tolerant of others' religious beliefs. (After all, religious intolerance doesn't get anybody anywhere. If you ask me, the Crusades were about 9 of the Catholic Church's biggest mistakes.)
  85. Enigmaticjew - I am mostly interested in Judaism but I do have experience and knowledge of Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Bah'ai, and Hinduism
  86. ReligionAuthority 23:26, 25 March 2009 (UTC)
  87. Around The Globeसत्यमेव जयते 10:23, 26 May 2009 (UTC) : My main concentration is WP Hinduism and WP Swaminarayan.
  88. Kerim Fahme 04:40, 28 May 2009 (UTC) - I am a man of reason not faith. And to my big surprise, only Jesus hints, found in the New Testament, help me answer logically ALL the important questions about my personal nature and existence. So I may call myself 'a Christian by reason' (not by faith).
  89. Kebeta 13 June 2009 (UTC) - A believer who is interested in all religions, primarily because of arhitecture and history of holy places, especially on Balkans.
  90. AlphaLobo: I have studied women's history at the college level, on my own, and with friends who enjoy the subject. I can see why Wikipedia is having trouble with this and can DEFINITELY help to clear things up; for example there needs to be a differentiation between paganism, women's history, and gylanic studies. They're all VERY different from each other and I can outline the differences and provide references to professors who can provide more detail and help. I may be contacted through my blog at www.downtheslide.blogspot.com
  91. Warrior4321 20:59, 29 August 2009 (UTC)
  92. TheoloJ (talk) 20:18, 3 October 2009 (UTC)
  93. Sean (talk || contribs) 17:24, 26 December 2009 (UTC)
  94. Weaponbb7 (talk) 03:00, 2 January 2010 (UTC)
  95. Torquemama007 (talk) 18:51, 14 January 2010 (UTC) I like philosophy in particular. Torquemama007 (talk) 18:51, 14 January 2010 (UTC)
  96. Wondering Wiccan (talk) 12:44, 11 February 2010 (UTC) I have plenty of knowledge about Wicca and our ways, and I have some knowledge of other religions such as Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Thelema. I hope that I can be of help.
  97. --Theophil (talk) 16:25, 26 February 2010 (UTC)
  98. L. Weaxzezz (talk) 20:43, 1 March 2010 (UTC) LaVeyan Satanism, catholicism
  99. Health Researcher (talk) - I have interest and knowledge in various relevant topics, including Religious pluralism. -- 23:10, 18 June 2010 (UTC)
  100. Griffyn Elvyncraft 08:04, 30 June 2010 (UTC) - I have extensive knowledge and experience in the following subjects: Spiritual Satanism; Ancient Sumerian Culture, Religion and Archeology; Ancient Egyptian Religion and Culture; Left Hand Path; Luciferianism; Wicca; Paganism; Druidism; Wizardry; Shamanism; Hindu and Siddah Yoga; The Christian Bible; The Torah; The Qaballah; Secret and Hermetic Societies; Ufology; Parapsychology; Psychology; The Occult; Evolutionary Biology; Exo Biology; Quantum Theory and Mechanics
  101. Mikhailov Kusserow (talk) 03:57, 2 July 2010 (UTC)
  102. - CharlesHenryLeaFan (talk) 22:33, 12 July 2010 (UTC) Mostly, just a country doc at a medical school. Became interested in the history of the Roman Catholic Church and the Reformation, for some reason, as a hobby.
  103. - Eclectic Angel (talk) I have knowledge in many, many religions. So I will be here to help. I know pretty much a good few things of any religion.
  104. Jibsal (talk) I find religion and the history of religion fascinating
  105. User:JEMead(talk) Metaphysics, Esotericism, Theology, Physics, Theosophy
  106. - ☯.ZenSwashbuckler.☠ Grew up in Unitarian Universalist church in which generalized world religious education was considered very important. Have studied some religion as an adult, and I am a Discordian Pope.
  107. - User:Rainbowofpeace (talk) I have knowledge in comparative religion in Abrahamic, Dharmic, Taoist, and Pagan faiths but my speciality is religious discrimination.
  108. - User:ICXCNIKA (talk) I am an Eastern Orthodox deacon who wishes to contribute. I have knowledge of Eastern and Western Christianity, and other religions - particularly Buddhism (mostly Zen), Asatru, Baha'i, Wicca, and Hinduism. I study comparative religions as a hobby.
  109. - User:Kklines (talk) I specialize in African Traditional Religions, NRMs and divination.
  110. - Smart30 - Interest in all religions, active in the study of Judaic, Christo-Islamic religion.
  111. - Geofferybard (talk) 22:09, 24 March 2011 (UTC) Christian Buddhist dialogue, Contemplative traditions
  112. - Cermus (talk) 06:55 02 July 2011 (UTC) My specific areas of interest are Buddhism, Christianity, Buddhism in the United States, and religion in the United States. Besides Buddhism and Christianity, I can help with most other religions, especially if they are currently widely practiced.
  113. Rev. Stephan Bradley (talk) 22:50, 24 August 2011 (UTC) I have extensive knowledge of Southern Baptist Protestant Christianity, good knowledge of Methodist Protestant Christianity, familiarity with Wicca, and am currently studying Shamanism. I am a non-denominational minister, ordained by the Universal Life Church Monastery and a Mason.
  114. Mijelliott (talk) 00:18, 6 December 2011 (UTC)
  115. dchmelik is an interreligious esoterist, pagan/heathen, Yogi, Mahayana Buddhist, etc., non-practicing Nazarene Essene minister with knowledge of quite a few religions--interested in non-Abrahamism.--Dchmelik (talk) 07:38, 25 December 2011 (UTC)
  116. mpolat is interested in mainly Islam and also interrelligious dialogue in Abrahamic religions.rinduzahid(talk) 19:59, 4 January 2012 (UTC)
  117. Evanh2008 is well read on the Abrahamics but also has an interest in eastern religions, particularly Hinduism. Most of my edits to articles falling under this WP will relate to either Judaism or Christianity, in that order (of frequency).
  118. St John Chrysostom Δόξατω Θεώ Latin rite Catholic seminarian. Biblical studies, theology, and philosophy of religion. Extremely well-versed in most areas of Christian theology (including Catholic, Orthodox, and traditional Protestant views; extremely applies to Catholic and Reformed alone). Have many, many sources (including a personal copy of the 170-volume Migne Patrologiae cursus completus), and access to many more through seminary. Wikipedia focus: the Bible. Real life focus: Aristotelian-Thomist philosophy and theology. Also knowledgeable in Judaism and Islam. Also interested in countering systemic bias in a reverse way, as traditional perspectives are oft left out completely or militated against, and WP:RNPOV is not applied evenly. I dabble in most fields - feel free to ask for any help needed. My knowledge of Eastern religions is limited to undergraduate study/BA in comparative religions.
  119. Sowlos (talk) Ancient religion, with a focus on Indo-European belief & tradition; Modern [Western] Paganism; Buddhism; and experience with Christian (multi-denomination) theology.
  120. - -Qxukhgiels56 (talk)-Both ancient and modern religions - I'd especially like to focus of Christianity, Islam (I exclusively prefer Islamic denominations), and Hinduism. I especially would like to focus on political, economic, etc impacts of these religions.
  121. JJ98 (Talk / Contribs) Defacto member of the project, also interested in Religion and Christianity.
  122. Agkathi (talk) 00:07, 22 November 2012 (UTC) Focus: Ancient religion and Western Neopaganism, particularly reconstructions of ancient polytheistic faiths.
  123. Andrewaskew (talk) Former student of comparative religion, current student of life. Primary interests: Buddhism, Discordianism, Occultism, New religious movements, Perennialism.
  124. StevenJ81 (talk) Principally Judaism, including how it relates to Christianity and Islam. Added 15:34, 7 December 2012 (UTC)
  125. ~Adjwilley (talk) Main area of focus is Mormonism; other work/interest has been in broader Christianity, Islam, Bahá'í, and other NRMs.
  126. ★Leo★Λεωνίδας I focus on Hellenismos.
  127. Zolotoi kryzhovnik Interested in Ableism and Religion. Zolotoi kryzhovnik (talk) 16:10, 1 January 2013 (UTC)
  128. Casswenze (talk) - Religion in the American context, with specific focus on Christianity and its response to scientific change from the Second Great Awakening to the present; other areas of interest/knowledge are Roman Catholic and Jewish history, with specific focus on the Second Temple Period.
  129. LatinWolf (talk) - I have significant knowledge of Religio Romana. I will also work on articles related to Roman Catholicism.
  130. Junjunone (talk) 16:37, 4 September 2012 (UTC)American religion, new religious movements, and folklore.
  131. Blurpeace
  132. Aniyunwiya Founder of a federally recognized Oklevueha Native American Church branch church. Currently resisting religious bias amongst Wikipedia contributors (one is Rhodium level who arbitrarily (and illegally?) deleted our Cherokee Nation of Mexico organization's listed native Stomp Dance and Four Mothers Society and Original Keetoowah Society religions... resisting those Native Americans (who have been mostly Christianized and assimilated into dominant society) who are biased against Smithsonian 19th century ethnographer James Mooney's reports to the Smithsonian's Bureau of Ethnology as being labeled as "unreliable" as bona fide references and also resisting the bias amongst some Wikipedia contributors against Native Religious Practitioners of Cherokee "Mythology" which is still practiced as a faith.
  133. FelisRead

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