What faiths dont believe in Jesus?

What faiths dont believe in Jesus?

The largest nontrinitarian Christian denominations are The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Oneness Pentecostals, Jehovah’s Witnesses, La Luz del Mundo, and the Iglesia ni Cristo.

What religions do not have a God?


  • Bahá’í
  • Buddhism.
  • Christianity.
  • Confucianism.
  • Druze.
  • Gnosticism.
  • Hinduism.
  • What is it called when you believe in God but not religion?

    While the Nones include agnostics and atheists, most people in this category retain a belief in God or some higher power. Many describe themselves as “spiritual but not religious,” or “SBNR,” as researchers refer to them.

    Is Jehovah a God?

    Jehovah, artificial Latinized rendering of the name of the God of Israel. The name arose among Christians in the Middle Ages through the combination of the consonants YHWH (JHVH) with the vowels of Adonai (“My Lord”).

    What is Jesus for the non-religious?

    Jesus for the Non-Religious may be the book that finally brings the pious and the secular into a meaningful dialogue, opening the door to a living Christianity in the post-Christian world. More Details… To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

    What is no religion?

    no religion A form of belief, rather than a specific system. The rise secularisation has seen public and private religion decline throughout the developed world Not defined Natural thought Prehistoric/universal Not defined None occultism A form of belief, rather than a specific system.

    What is the best book on Jesus for the non-religious?

    Jesus for the Non-Religious by John Shelby Spong is an amazing book. To quote the author: “Being a Christian…in Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s words, is not to be a religious human being; it is to be a whole human being. Jesus is a portrait of that wholeness; and that is why he is, for me, in his complete humanity, the ultimate expression of God”.

    What are the different types of religions?

    Catholic, Born-Again, Reformed, Jew, Muslim, Shiite, Sunni, Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist . . . . Religions give people labels. The downside can be tribalism, an assumption that insiders are better than outsiders, that they merit more compassion, integrity and generosity or even that violence toward “infidels” is acceptable.