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Astronism by country

Theistic incontingency

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Last updated: FEB. 4, 2020

In the Astronist philosophy of religion, theistic incontingency is the quality of a religion to not be dependent upon belief in the existence of a god or other deities. This does not necessarily remove all supernatural elements from the religion in question, but it does represent a category of religions described as non-theistic. Examples of theistic incontingencies are Astronism, Buddhism and Jainism.

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