• anonymous
what types of internal differences and divisions exist within each monotheistic religion
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idk if this will help i got it from a google search i hope it helps Prior to having a serious discussion about the different religious divisions in Judaism Christianity and Islam, several words must be defined for the sake of clarity. [ These terms are used this way exclusively in this answer and may have different names or connotations elsewhere. (For example, the term defined here as "Movement" is typically called a "School" in the Islamic context.) Religion: A faith cemented by acts and prayers which is relatively distinct. Sect: A portion of a religion that believes other members of other sects to be improperly following the religion and thus not achieving that religion's central goal. Movement: A portion of a sect whose members have a unique style of praying and living that is approved of by members of other movements in the same sect, but is representative of their interpretation of the sect's purpose. Rite or Ritual: A repertoire of physical acts that takes place during worship or religious activities. These are usually different across geographic regions. Read more: ]

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