What religions were influenced by other beliefs and faiths

A lot of faiths have origins & influences, can you name them all? Using the name of some countries will help you.
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Last updated: October 23, 2015
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Christianity
Hellenistic religions and philosophies
Christianity
Greco-Roman paganism
Christianity
Neoplatonism
Christianity
Buddhism
Christianity
Egyptian belief systems
Christianity
Zoroastrian
Christianity
Judaism
Judaism
Egyptian belief systems
Judaism
Babylonian myths
Judiasm
The Canaanites
Judiasm
Zoroastrian
Islam
Paganism
Islam
Judaism
Islam
Zorastrian
Islam
Sabeanism
Islam
Christianity
Rastafarian Movement
Judaism
Rastafarian Movement
Christianity
Buddhism
Hinduism
Buddhism
Jainism
Sikhism
Hinduism
Sikhism
Muslim
Sikhism
Sufism
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Level 44
Oct 23, 2015
For some answers 'hindu' and 'christian' are accepted, and for some you need to add 'ism' and 'ity'. Consistency, please.
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Level 11
Oct 23, 2015
Fixed. Rushed it towards the end, thank you for correcting it.
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Level 11
Oct 23, 2015
How well did you do?
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Level 84
Feb 10, 2018
"A lot of faiths have origins & influences, can you name them all?" I don't think it's possible to name all of them and you certainly haven't on this quiz... religions are massive collections of memes, stories, traditions, laws, texts, etc... and many of the more prominent ones have roots stretching back into antiquity if not prehistory. Certainly many of the religions and beliefs that influenced Judaism, Buddhism, etc. have been lost.
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Level 84
Feb 10, 2018
and the more recent ones I think you've missed a lot. Sumerian myths, for one of many examples. Also you misspelled Zoroastrianism for Islam.
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Level 84
Feb 10, 2018
and since you had various pagan traditions in other places listed by country or culture, it's a little hard to guess simply "paganism" by itself for Islam. Muhammad's cult was influenced a lot by the various pagan traditions of Mecca and Arabia, though. As well as by Syriac Orthodoxy and the Nestorians, among quite a few other things no doubt.