Non-denominational

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A non-denominational person or organization is not restricted to any particular or specific religious denomination. The term has been used in the context of various faiths including Jainism,[1] Baha'i Faith,[2] Zoroastrianism,[3] Unitarian Universalism,[4] Islam,[5] paganism,[6] Christianity,[7] Judaism,[8] Hinduism,[9] Buddhism[10] and Wicca.[11] It stands in contrast with a religious denomination.

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  1. ^ Jainism in a global perspective: - Page 115, Sāgaramala Jaina, Shriprakash Pandey, Pārśvanātha Vidyāpīṭha - 1998
  2. ^ Earth Versus the Science-fiction Filmmakers - Page 70, Tom Weaver - 2005
  3. ^ Zoroastrianism: An Introduction - Page 227, Jenny Rose - 2011
  4. ^ Resourcewomen (2000). Religious Funding Resource Guide. p. 439. 
  5. ^ Islam, Europe and Emerging Legal Issues - Page 29, W. Cole Durham - 2012
  6. ^ Mammone, Andrea (2013). Varieties of Right-Wing Extremism in Europe. 
  7. ^ Models for Christian Higher Education, Richard Thomas Hughes, William B. Adrian - 1997, p 403
  8. ^ Continuity and Change, Steven T. Katz, Steven Bayme - 2012, p 268
  9. ^ Personality Of Adolescent Students - Page 42, D.B. Rao - 2008
  10. ^ The Buddhist Experience in America - Page 147, Diane Morgan - 2004
  11. ^ Wiccan Warrior: Walking a Spiritual Path in a Sometimes Hostile World - Page 173, Kerr Cuhulain - 2000