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A list of attributes. The qualifiers of Religious ideology.

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Every ideology has dogma that they use to perpetuate the beliefs the group holds. It typically starts out as a word of mouth share between a social group but then manifests into holy writings which capture the essence of the ideology. The religions of old have multiple works which seem to always go back to a source doctrine.

The problem is that the new ideologies do not have a source doctrine yet. The christians delayed their bible by 100 years but that was due to a limitation in knowledge of reading and writing. The Muslims had their doctrine created in the lifetime of Muhammed which is largely a result of dictation where word of mouth became written knowledge. 

Today, we have an ideology emerging from the rhetoric of PC culture. It seems to have all the same attributes as our older religions. However, they have no central doctrine written down and codified. What they do have is a collection of works which has a central theme.

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