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Famous and influential: also has detailed lists of influential and famous adherents of over 100 different religious groups (famous Methodists, famous Jews, famous Catholics, famous Zoroastrians, famous Jehovah's Witnesses, famous Theosophists, etc.), and lists of prominent people (actors, politicians, authors, U. presidents, artists, musicians, Supreme Court justices, film directors, etc.) classified by religious affiliation.

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