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 Primitive - A band from St. Stephen New Brunswick 

Bold text Jeremy Keenan Chris Irving Jacob Tinker Josh Pattison

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Religious Movements Homepage: Primitive Baptists (4538 words)
Primitive Baptists splintered from mainstream Baptist religion in the United States during the first half of the nineteenth century as a general reaction to the movement of Regular Baptists towards liberal views and practices.
Primitive Baptists are against moving the duty for teaching from the Church itself to any individual who might contradict the original precedent of the Bible or the individual Confessions of Faith.
Primitive Baptists, due to the strict interpretation of the Bible demanded by nature of the faith, hold the practices of baptism and footwashing/communion as vital in a very particular manner to the health of the church.
Primitive Religion (2911 words)
Primitive religion is a name given to the religious beliefs and practices of those traditional, often isolated, preliterate cultures which have not developed urban and technologically sophisticated forms of society.
Tylor's definition of primitive religion as Animism, a belief in spiritual beings, expresses his interpretation that the basis of primitive religion is the belief that detached and detachable vital forces make up a suprahuman realm of reality that is just as real as the physical world of rocks, trees, and plants.
Underlying all the forms, functions, rituals, personages, and symbols in primitive religion is the distinction between the sacred and the profane.
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