Religion and Spirituality (205 subreddits)


A Reddit community for discussing both atheistic and theistic Satanism.

  • 8,022 subscribers
  • A community for 8 years


The oldest living religion

  • 7,651 subscribers
  • A community for 8 years

Latter-day Saints on Reddit

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  • 7,242 subscribers
  • A community for 4 years


Theology articles, news, essays, & perspectives.

  • 5,804 subscribers
  • A community for 8 years

Recognition of Life and The Universe beyond the five physical senses.

/r/spiritual: a spam-free home for spiritual eclectics and those recognizing life beyond the five physical senses.

We are a community that encompasses all forms of spiritual practice. Whether your own is derived from religion, is eclectic, or if it can't be given a title, we welcome all! For us, it's not what you believe more-so than you do believe. We always keep an open mind and welcome everyone working on their spiritual evolution. Welcome!

  • 5,626 subscribers
  • A community for 8 years


A kōan is a story, dialogue, question, or statement, which is used in Zen practice to provoke the "great doubt" and test a student's progress in Zen practice.

  • 5,021 subscribers
  • A community for 5 years

Straw Priest for Pope!

Religion is the cause of all wars? Islam hasn't changed since the Middle Ages? Christianity is defined only by the bible? Hinduism=DAE Caste? If you see someone saying any of these things, post them here so we can laugh at them.

  • 4,733 subscribers
  • A community for 3 years

discussing Mormonism and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS)

/r/Mormon is a subreddit for articles and topics of interest to people interested in Mormon themes.

  • 4,648 subscribers
  • A community for 8 years

Wicca, paganism, and related faiths

For the modern Pagan, Witch, Wiccan, Heathen, or other seeker of the great truths of the Universe.

  • 3,770 subscribers
  • A community for 8 years

Latter-day Saints on reddit

We've known forever that /r/lds is not conducive to the kind of discussion it was created to facilitate. reddit is too hostile. As a project that cannot fulfill its mission, /r/lds is hereby closed.

It is time to stop pretending and working to cultivate a barely-functional discussion forum; it is time to stop kicking against the pricks. They'll be pricking all the day long.

So long.


  • 3,595 subscribers
  • A community for 8 years
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