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Terran Union for Schultzism

John Banner as Schultz

Overview
Theistic Philosophy Soft Polytheistic (Henotheistic) and Panentheistic
High Pantheon YHWH/JHWH/IHVH/Allah
Mid Pantheon Krishna, Siddhartha Gautama, Odin
Low Pantheon Jesus, Muhammad, Lhamo Döndrub, Freyja
Major Prophets Schultz, Lennon, and Chong
Supreme Rabbi Rabbi Jess-Avery Affentranger II
Headquarters Birahtenyu, Beiteynu
Founder The Democratic Socialist Party of Beiteynu (Church of Beiteynu)

The Schultzist Churches of Beiteynu and Talmoria (TUS)

Founded July 2693 (Church of Beiteynu)

July 2734 (TUS)

Membership x
National Churches 1

OverviewEdit

The Terran Union for Schultzism, called by many of its followers as the Know Nothing Union, was founded in 2734 after the Churches of Beiteynu and Talmoria, headed by Devorah Cohen and Dara Bat-Leeba, agreed to organize the churches beliefs and form an international union, this led to the largest gathering of religions in the history of Terra. In the end, the teachings of Saint H.G. Schultz, Saint Lennon, and Saint Chong were chosen as the best of all of them. The Terran Union for Schultzism supports the Terran Caliphate.

Support for Schultzism has risen as result of other religions conservative bias. Schultzism is attracting supporters all over the globe.

BeliefsEdit

  • Regular Meditation
  • No Dietary Laws, except cannibalism is a GREAT SIN
  • Marijuana is legal
  • Abortion is the right of the mother, but should be used sparingly
  • Reincarnation
  • Gays have equal rights
  • Women have equal rights
  • Adulthood is determined by a test
  • Alcohol for drinking is acceptable in small amounts
  • Religion shall not be forced upon anyone


StructureEdit

The Structure of the Union takes place in a framework of an absolute theocratic republic, in which the head of the Terran Union for Schultzism, the Supreme Rabbi of the Terran Union, exercises legislative power over the Terran Union for Schultzism.

Supreme RabbiEdit

InauguratedLeft OfficeNameChurch
2693 2710 Sir Jess-Avery Affentranger, GCJH, GCTB Beiteynu
2710 2730 Rabbi Colonel Malka Bat-Kreine Beiteynu
2730 2740 Rabbi Colonel Devorah Cohen Beiteynu
2730 2740 Rabbi Colonel Dara Bat-Leeba Talmoria and Beiteynu
2740 2750 Rabbi Colonel Lili Caine Talmoria
2750 2800 Rabbi Jess-Avery Affentranger II Beiteynu
2750 2760 Rabbi Colonel Dara Bat-Leeba Beiteynu
2760 2770 Rabbi Colonel Devorah Cohen Beiteynu
2770 2780 Rabbi Colonel Lili Caine Beiteynu
2780 2790 Rabbi Karl Langen. XVIII ?
2790 2800 ? ?

Headquarters Majatra - BirahtenyuEdit

  • Serving Majatra
  • Supreme Rabbi or Rabbi Colonel Dara Bat-Leeba

Headquarters Dovani - TalmoriaEdit

  • Serving Dovani
  • Supreme Rabbi or Rabbi Colonel Lili Caine

MatriarchsEdit

Countries or Regions of Countries with established populations of Schulzists are granted a matriarch to lead the faithful within their borders. While the Supreme Rabbi heads the union, the Matriarchs head the national churches. The Matriarchs make up the Matriarchate, the upper house of the Union Legislature. There are three Matriarchs as of 2740: Beiteynu, Barmenistan, and Talmoria. More often than not, these Matriarchs comprise the front runners in the replacement of a deceased Supreme Rabbi.

Barmenistan HQEdit

  • Serving Barmenistan and Vanuku
  • Rabbi Colonel Devorah Cohen

Beiteynu HQEdit

  • Serving Beiteynu, Yishelem, Gran Tadraki, and Pontesi
  • Rabbi Colonel Dara Bat-Leeba

Talmori HQEdit

  • Serving Talmoria, Kafuristan, and Al'Badara
  • Rabbi Colonel Lili Caine

Chief RabbisEdit

The Chief Rabbis are senior members of the Union who advice the Matriarch and the Supreme Rabbi and aid the selection of the two upon resignation or death. The Chief Rabbis make up the Chief Rabbinate, the lower house of the Union Legislature. There are a total of 30 Chief Rabbis:

  • Terran Caliphate: 5
    • Barmenistan: 4
    • Talmoria: 1
  • Majatra: 22
    • Beiteynu: 22
      • Fruskila: 6
      • Padrilka: 6
      • Endild: 4
      • Quo'gün: 4
      • Tadraki: 2
    • Pontesi: 0
  • Other: 3

Senior RabbisEdit

The Rabbis are to be the teachers of doctrine, the leaders of sacred worship and the ministers of governance. These bishops play an important role in the administration of the individual national churches and the local communities within them, as well as advising the national Matriarch on all matters of faith and administration.

External LinksEdit

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