The word “religious” is a catchall phrase that has become increasingly popular in recent years.
It describes a wide variety of beliefs, from belief in gods and goddesses to belief in ancient Indian and Buddhist traditions.
There are many other different interpretations of the word, such as “religious.”
This new definition is gaining popularity in recent months, particularly in the U.S., which has more than 50 percent of the world’s population and is the world leader in religious fervor.
However, this new definition has not yet gained widespread acceptance in the United States, where the religious right has made a number of efforts to restrict it, and the language is still viewed as offensive by many.
“I am still not sure how I feel about the word ‘religion,'” one reader of Recode wrote.
“There are a number more than one interpretations, and I’m still not really sure what I want to call myself.”
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