Translation of Zoroastrianism in Spanish:


zoroastrismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˌzɔroʊˈæstriəˌnɪzəm//ˌzɒrəʊˈastrɪənɪz(ə)m/


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    zoroastrismo masculine
    • It was in this period that Reid and his Church rejected Zoroastrianism for Druidry as the core image of their universalist faith.
    • During the Sui-Tang era, China traded extensively by land and by sea with the known world, and Islam, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, and Christianity were brought into China.
    • Like Irwin, he could read and speak Arabic, and he had studied Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism, Shintoism, Hinduism and Zoroastrianism, to which he made constant references in his commentaries.
    • Aryan invaders of the second century B.C. established Zoroastrianism as the dominant religion in the area, lending the people their distinctive ethnic heritage as well as their name.
    • Besides Hinduism, Taoism, Islam, Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism, Sikhism, Jainism and Zoroastrianism all flourish there.
    • Also, some scholars have tended to discuss the influence of Zoroastrianism and its dualistic ‘light’ and ‘dark’ concepts on second Temple Judaism and the New Testament.
    • Elsewhere, remnants of Zoroastrianism coexist with some cemeteries that have Russian Orthodox crosses on the graves.
    • And having explored these beliefs and practices, she came to accept God and Zoroastrianism as her religion.
    • The prophet Zoroaster introduced Zoroastrianism to Persia.
    • It is also worth mentioning that when Islam came to Iran, Zoroastrianism was followed only by a minority of the Iranian people.
    • Their religion is Zoroastrianism, the oldest of the monotheistic religions.
    • As far as I can tell, the concept is an amalgamation of ideas from Judaism, Zoroastrianism, and other sources which I am not as familiar.
    • It saw the appearance and spread of Zoroastrianism, and some spectacular architecture at, for example, Darius' capital at Persepolis.
    • Buddhism, Sikhism, Zoroastrianism and to some extent Jainism came from Hinduism.
    • The majority of Iranians embraced Islam and many Zoroastrians fled to India, but traces of Zoroastrianism remained.
    • The religious life of the empire was dominated by Zoroastrianism, established as the state cult in the 3rd century.
    • The spirituality in Star Wars is so universal that many world religions, from Adventism to Zoroastrianism, have found their beliefs reflected in the movie.
    • To the latter, the opportunity to meet practitioners of Islam, Judaism and Hinduism, as well as Sikhism, Zoroastrianism and Wicca, is an adventure of discovery.
    • He draws upon linkages between the religious traditions of Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Zoroastrianism.
    • In Zoroastrianism and Roman Catholicism, only men can function as priests.