List Of New Religions That Began In The USA

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Pretty Interesting. :cool:

Maybe I'll become a "Dude" (it is the newest). :D

17th century[edit]
Baptists in the United States
First Baptist Church in America, 1638
First Baptist Church in Newport, 1644
Southern Baptist Convention, 1845
National Baptist Convention, 1880
American Baptist Churches USA, 1907
National Baptist Convention of America, 1915
Progressive National Baptist Convention, 1961
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, 1991
18th century[edit]
Shakers - formed in 1772 by Ann Lee in Manchester, England, but relocated to Watervliet, New York a few years later
Neo-Druidism - Late 18th century
Methodist Episcopal Church 1783[1]
Universalist Church of America, 1793
19th century[edit]
Black church, 1790s onward
African Union First Colored Methodist Protestant Church and Connection, 1813
African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1816
Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, 1870
National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc., 1880
Original Church of God or Sanctified Church, 1890s
Church of Christ (Holiness) U.S.A., 1896
Church of God in Christ, 1897
African Orthodox Church, 1921
Mount Sinai Holy Church of America, 1924
Church of Universal Triumph, Dominion of God, 1944
Black theology, 1966
American Unitarian Association, 1825
Unitarian Universalism, 1961 (consolidation of the Universalist Church and the AUA)
Latter Day Saint movement/Mormonism, 1830
New Thought Movement, 1830s onward
Divine Science, 1888
Unity Church, 1889
Science of Mind, 1927
Adventist/Millerites, 1840s
Seventh-day Adventist Church, 1863
Spiritualism, 1840s
Christadelphians 1848
Jehovah's Witnesses, 1870 (1931)
The Theosophical Society (Eastern Theosophy), 1875
Ethical Culture, 1877 onward
Church of Christ, Scientist (Christian Science), 1879
Polish National Catholic Church, 1897
20th century[edit]
Pentecostalism
Azusa Street Revival, 1906
Pentecostal denominations in North America
The Rosicrucian Fellowship (Esoteric Christianity, Western Theosophy, Western mystery tradition), 1909 (1313)
Moorish Science Temple of America, 1913
Reconstructionist Judaism, 1920s
Jewish Renewal, 1960s
Nation of Islam, founded in Detroit, Michigan by Wallace Fard Muhammad in July 1930
Church of Individualism,[2] founded in Bloomington, Indiana by Joel Briar Jr. in 1995.
New religious movements and cults:
Thelema,1904
Huna (New Age),1936
Scientology, 1954
Wicca, 1954
Peoples Temple, 1955
Branch Davidians, 1955
Westboro Baptist Church, 1955 Radical American unaffiliated Baptist
Noble Order of Moorish Sufis, 1957
Universal Life Church, 1959
Discordianism, 1963
Moorish Orthodox Church of America, 1964
Eckankar, 1965
Church of Satan (LaVeyan Satanism), 1966
Church of the SubGenius, 1970s
Heaven's Gate, 1970s
The Creativity Movement, 1973
Jews for Jesus, 1973
Kemetic Orthodoxy, 1988
Endeavor Academy (Course in Miracles), 1992
Dudeism,1998

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_religious_movements_that_began_in_the_United_States
 
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Considering the American penchant for hysteria and bizarre beliefs, it is hardly surprising that it has long been a hotbed of kooky cults.

Just look at the make-up of the present executive branch.
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Considering the American penchant for hysteria and bizarre beliefs, it is hardly surprising that it has long been a hotbed of kooky cults.

Just look at the make-up of the present executive branch.
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What belief SPECIFICALLY is "bizarre"??? :unsure: