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Heathen (plural heathens, collectively heathenry, adjective heathen) refers to someone who does not follow one of the major world religions, and who may or may not specify any other religious affiliation. More specific meanings include:
- Someone who follows one of the Pre-Christian religions of Europe. See: Paganism
- Someone who does not follow one of the Abrahamic religions (Christianity, Islam, and Judaism).
- Someone who does not follow any of the world's major organized religions.
- An adherent of Heathenry (new religious movement) (also known as Heathenism or Germanic neopaganism) in particular; often capitalized in this context.
- Any adherent of neopaganism more generally.
- Heathen (band), a North American thrash metal band
- Heathen (David Bowie album), 2002 album by David Bowie
- Heathen (Thou album), 2014 album by Thou
- Heathen, an album by Wyrd
- Heathen (film), by Ross Shepherd
- "The Heathen", a short story by Jack London
- "The Heathen", a song on the album Exodus (Bob Marley & the Wailers album) by Bob Marley
- "Heathens" (song), a single by Twenty One Pilots for the Suicide Squad film
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