Agama rakyat

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Untuk agama yang kadang-kadang dideskripsikan sebagai "agama-agama masyarakat" atau "agama-agama suku", lihat Agama etnis.

Agama rakyat, bersama dengan agama populer dan agama vernakular, adalah istilah yang digunakan dalam studi agama dan folkloristik untuk menggambarkan berbagai bentuk dan ekspresi agama yang dianggap berbeda dari doktrin-doktrin dan praktik agama yang terorganisir. Definisi yang tepat dari agama rakyat bervariasi di antara para cendekiawan. Kadang-kadang juga disebut kepercayaan populer, terdiri dari kebiasaan etnis atau daerah di bawah payung agama, tetapi di luar doktrin dan praktik resmi.[1]

Referensi[sunting | sunting sumber]

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