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Welcome to the Faculty of Indigenous Religions
part of the School of Religious Studies and the School of Theology

Indigenous religions is a category used in the study of religion to demarcate the religious belief systems of communities described as being "indigenous". This category is often juxtaposed against others such as the "world religions" (Western & Eastern Religions) and "new religious movements". The term is commonly applied to a range of different belief systems across the Americas, Australasia, Asia, Africa, and Northern Europe, particularly to those practiced by communities living under the impact of colonialism.

Another term often used for these type of Religions is 'Ethnic Religions'.

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  • 5 August 2022 - Division founded!

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