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Comparing Eastern and Western religious traditions

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  1. The comparison of Eastern and Western religious traditions is a topic discussed in comparative religion

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. In the East, Western faiths, both beyond the gods

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  3. intimately tied to the comparison of Eastern and Western philosophy

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  4. Western tradition refers to prominent faiths in Europe and the Anglosphere, generally focused on Abrahamic faiths

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  5. Eastern tradition refers to important faiths in the Sinosphere and Indosphere, usually focused on Indian and East Asian faiths

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