Religious communism

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Communism

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Religious communism is a form of communism that incorporates religious principles.
For example, in the medieval Christian Church some monastic communities and religious orders shared their land and their other property (see religious and Christian communism).

Shakers

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For example, Bhabagrahi Misra and James Preston described the "religious communism of the Shakers" as a "community in which all goods are held in common."
Joseph Meacham brought Lucy Wright (1760–1821) into the Ministry to serve with him and together they developed the Shaker form of communalism (religious communism).

Christian communism

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Christian communism is a form of religious communism based on Christianity.

Christian socialism

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Christian communism is a form of religious communism based on Christianity.

Marxism and religion

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Religious socialism

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Religion

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Religious communism is a form of communism that incorporates religious principles.

Social movement

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Scholars have used the term to describe a variety of social or religious movements throughout history that have favored the communal ownership of property.

Sociological classifications of religious movements

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Scholars have used the term to describe a variety of social or religious movements throughout history that have favored the communal ownership of property.

Common ownership

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Scholars have used the term to describe a variety of social or religious movements throughout history that have favored the communal ownership of property.

Marxism

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Additionally, Hillerbrand has contrasted "religious communism" with Marxism, an ideology that, according to Hillerbrand, called for the elimination of religion.

Christians

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For example, "the commune of early Christians at Jerusalem" has been described as a group that practiced "religious communism".

Jerusalem

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For example, "the commune of early Christians at Jerusalem" has been described as a group that practiced "religious communism".

Mazdak

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The teachings of Mazdak, a religious proto-socialist Persian reformer, have also been referred to as early "communism".

Socialism

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The teachings of Mazdak, a religious proto-socialist Persian reformer, have also been referred to as early "communism".

Persians

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The teachings of Mazdak, a religious proto-socialist Persian reformer, have also been referred to as early "communism".

Congress of the Peoples of the East

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According to Ben Fowkes and Bulent Gokay, Bolshevik Mikhail Skachko stated at the Congress of the Peoples of the East that "the Muslim religion is rooted in principles of religious communism, by which no man may be a slave to another, and not a single piece of land may be privately owned."

Protestantism

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Some scholars have used the term "religious communism" to describe a number of 17th-century Protestant movements that "disavow[ed] personal property".

Larry Arnhart

Larry Arnhart described "religious communism in the Oneida Community" as a system where "[e]xcept for a few personal items, they shared all their property."

Oneida Community

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Larry Arnhart described "religious communism in the Oneida Community" as a system where "[e]xcept for a few personal items, they shared all their property."

Bruderhof Communities

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The Bruderhof and Hutterites are a modern-day example of this.

Paris

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Other scholars have used the term to describe a communist social movement that developed in Paris in the 1840s, which was organized by "foreign-born, primarily German-speaking, journeyman-artisans who had settled there."

German language

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Other scholars have used the term to describe a communist social movement that developed in Paris in the 1840s, which was organized by "foreign-born, primarily German-speaking, journeyman-artisans who had settled there."

Bolsheviks

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In the early twentieth century, prior to the rise of Bolshevism in Russia, some intellectuals advocated for the implementation of a form of communism that incorporated Christian ideology "as an alternative to Marxism".