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A group of monotheistic traditions sometimes grouped with one another for comparative purposes, because all refer to a patriarch named Abraham. Bábism Azali Bahá'í Faith See also: Bahá'í divisions Bahá'ís Under the Provisions of the Covenant Orthodox Bahá'í Faith Christianity List of Christian denominations Western Christianity Anabaptists (Radical Protestants) Amish Hutterites Mennonites Quakers or ("Friends") River Brethren Schwarzenau Brethren Shakers Anglicanism Anglo-Catholicism Broad church Continuing Anglican movement English Dissenters (also Nonconformists) High church Low church Open Evangelicals Puritans Baptists General Baptists (also Free Will Baptists) Landmarkism Missionary Baptists Primitive Baptists Strict Baptists (also Reformed Baptists) Black church Black liberation theology Christian deism and Christian atheism Confessing Movement Evangelicalism Charismatic movement Dispensationalist Christian Zionism Emerging church Neo-charismatic movement Neo-Evangelicalism Plymouth Brethren Exclusive Brethren Open Brethren Progressive Christianity Protestant fundamentalism Jesuism Lutheranism Pietism Methodism Calvinistic Methodists Holiness movement Church of the Nazarene The Salvation Army Wesleyanism Pentecostalism Church of God Latter Rain movement Word of Faith Proto-Protestant groups: Hussites Moravians Lollardy Waldensians Reformed churches Amyraldism (called "four-point Calvinism") Arminianism Remonstrants Calvinism Christian Reconstructionism Congregational churches Continental Reformed churches: Such as the Swiss Reformed, Dutch Reformed, and French Huguenot churches. Neo-Calvinism Presbyterianism Zwinglianism Restoration movement Adventism Branch Davidians Seventh-day Adventist Church Christadelphians Christian Science Churches of Christ Jehovah's Witnesses Millerism Mormonism Mormon fundamentalism Stone-Campbell movement (called "Campbellites") Roman Catholic Church (called Roman Catholicism or "Catholicism"; subsisting predominantly in the Latin Church) Affirming Catholicism Breakaway Catholics Charismatic Catholics Hebrew Catholics Independent Catholic churches Old Catholic Church (Union of Utrecht) Polish National Catholic Church Liberal Catholicism Liberation theology (Latin American Neo-Marxist Catholicism) Modernist Catholics Traditionalist Catholics Sedevacantism Unitarian Universalism Western esotericism Behmenism Christian Kabbalah Martinism Rosicrucianism Swedenborgianism (or "The New Church") Eastern Christianity Church of the East (called "Nestorian") Ancient Church of the East Assyrian Church of the East Chaldean Catholic Church Eastern Rite Roman Catholics (or Uniates? In full communion with and subject to the Roman Papacy, but retaining a diverse array of Eastern Christian liturgical rites; including the Maronites and Byzantine Catholics. Oriental Orthodox Churches (called Non-Chalcedonian or miaphysite/"monophysite"): Includes the Armenian Apostolic, Coptic, Syrian Orthodox, Ethiopian and Eritrean Orthodox Churches, as well as a portion of the St. Thomas Christians in India. Orthodox Catholic Church (called "Eastern Orthodoxy" or Orthodoxy): Includes the Greek Orthodox, Serbian Orthodox, Russian Orthodox, Romanian Orthodox, Bulgarian Orthodox, Georgian Orthodox, and several other autocephalous and autonomous Churches. Greek Old Calendarists (called "Genuine Orthodox" or "True Orthodox") Russian Old Believers (or "Old Ritualists") Bezpopovtsy Popovtsy Spiritual Christianity Doukhobor Molokan Other Christian Certain Christian groups are difficult to classify as "Eastern" or "Western." Christian Gnosticism Christian Universalism Nontrinitarianism Messianic Judaism Rastafari Unification Church No-longer-extant Christian groups Arianism Ebionites Marcionism Latter-Day Saints movement (Mormonism)[ Main article: List of sects in the Latter Day Saint movement Latter Day Saint movement Gnosticism Many Gnostic groups were closely related to early Christianity, for example, Valentinism. Irenaeus wrote polemics against them from the standpoint of the then-unified Catholic Church. Main article: Gnosticism See also: List of Gnostic sects Cerdonians (no longer extant) Colarbasians (no longer extant) Simonians (no longer extant) Bogomilism (no longer extant) Catharism (no longer extant) The Yazidis are a syncretic Kurdish religion with a Gnostic influence: Yazidis Persian Gnosticism Mandaeism Manichaeism (no longer extant) Bagnolians (no longer extant) Syrian-Egyptic Gnosticism None of these religions are still extant. Main article: Syrian-Egyptic Gnosticism Sethianism Basilideans Valentinianism Bardaisan#Bardesanite school Neo-Gnostic Groups Ecclesia Gnostica Ecclesia Gnostica Catholica