Ethnic religion  

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An ethnic religion is a religion that is closely tied to a particular ethnic group. Some scholars classify religions as either universal religions that seek worldwide acceptance and actively look for new converts, or ethnic religions that are identified with a particular ethnic group and do not seek converts.

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