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Message 60 of 60 (705520)
08-28-2013 10:17 AM
Reply to: Message 8 by Wounded King
10-17-2006 6:10 AM

Re: Religious phylogeny
Here's a picture of a phylogenetic tree based on the evolutionary history of world religions (note that it's inaccurate to some extent):

Evolutionary Phylogeny of Religion

Based on this scheme, the myriad of major monotheistic religions share a common ancestor as do the polytheistic religions of Europe/Middle East/India. Of course deciding whether one religion is the same species as another depends on if you're a lumper or a splitter. I'm definitely a lumper and classify them all as superstition.

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