A Reddit community for discussing both atheistic and theistic Satanism.
The oldest living religion
Latter-day Saints on Reddit
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Theology articles, news, essays, & perspectives.
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!
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.
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.
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.
Wicca, paganism, and related faiths
For the modern Pagan, Witch, Wiccan, Heathen, or other seeker of the great truths of the Universe.
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.