Definition: Pocket Religion

Pocket Religion
A strong belief which arises in a small, isolated group. The strength of this belief is often caused and always enhanced by the isolation. Typically the idea is one which would be proven less significant or even false within a larger scope.

Origin: Ken Kochien, Plymouth State University; Plymouth, NH

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