Zoroastrianism’s Impact On Western Thought And World Religions


Zoroastrianism, as one of the oldest religions still in existence and probably the world’s first monotheistic faith, had been the state religion of three Persian dynasties, while shaped one of the ancient world’s largest empires—the mighty Persia Empire, before the Muslim conquest of Persia in the seventh century A.D.

Although it was the dominant religion in Iran, Afghanistan, and central Asia, today Zoroastrians remain primarily in Iran, India, and Pakistan.

To highlight the impact of Zoroastrianism on western thought and the other religions in the world, we conducted an interview with Dr. Philip G. Kreyenbroek, professor and Director of Iranian Studies in Georg-August University of Göttingen (1996-2017).

Click Here for the full interview –  https://iranian.com/2018/12/05/zoroastrianism-4/

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One thought on “Zoroastrianism’s Impact On Western Thought And World Religions”

  1. It seems western scholars are more interested in the study of Zoroastrianism, it`s Message etc. With due respect some of our bent upon eradicating it

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