Astronism by country
Religion based on concepts rather than events
Written by Astronist Institution
Edited by the Journal of Astronist Philosophy
Last updated: DEC. 20, 2019
The Vendox is the most well-known symbol representing Astronism.
A conceptual religion is a form of religion that is based on concepts and ideas rather than the viability of past events.
In the Astronist philosophy of religion, conceptual religion is one of the many appellations afforded to Astronism and refers to any religion which is predicated on concepts rather than a real physical events (which is known as a somatic religion). An example of a conceptual religion is Astronism and a somatic religion is Christianity.
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The Vendox is the most well known symbol of Astronism.
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