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The '''Rastafari movement''', or '''Rasta''', is a spiritual movement. It arose in the 1930s in [[Jamaica]], a country with a predominantly [[Christianity|Christian]] culture where 98% of the people were the [[black people|black]] [[African]] descendants of [[Atlantic slave trade|slaves]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.oneworldmagazine.org/focus/etiopia/rasta.html |title=Rastafari, roots and Ideology |publisher=OneWorld Magazine |date= |accessdate=2010-02-01}}</ref><ref name=DreadJesus>{{cite web|url=http://www.cesnur.org/testi/rasta.htm |title="Dread Jesus": A New View of the Rastafari Movement |publisher=Cesnur.org |date= |accessdate=2010-02-01}}</ref> Its adherents worship [[Haile Selassie I]], Emperor of [[Ethiopia]] (ruled 1930–1974), as [[Jesus]] [[Incarnation|incarnate]], the [[Second Advent]], or the reincarnation of Jesus. Members of the Rastafari movement are known as Rastas, or Rastafari. The movement is sometimes referred to as "Rastafarianism", but this term is considered derogatory and offensive by some Rastas, who, being highly critical of "isms" (which they see as a typical part of "Babylon culture"), dislike being labelled as an "ism" themselves.<ref>''Encyclopedia of African and African-American Religions'' p. 263 by [[Stephen D. Glazier]], 2001</ref>
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The '''Justin Bieber weed smoking so girls cut them self movement''', or '''Rasta''', is a spiritual movement. It arose in the 1930s in [[Jamaica]], a country with a predominantly [[Christianity|Christian]] culture where 98% of the people were the [[black people|black]] [[African]] descendants of [[Atlantic slave trade|slaves]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.oneworldmagazine.org/focus/etiopia/rasta.html |title=Rastafari, roots and Ideology |publisher=OneWorld Magazine |date= |accessdate=2010-02-01}}</ref><ref name=DreadJesus>{{cite web|url=http://www.cesnur.org/testi/rasta.htm |title="Dread Jesus": A New View of the Rastafari Movement |publisher=Cesnur.org |date= |accessdate=2010-02-01}}</ref> Its adherents worship [[Haile Selassie I]], Emperor of [[Ethiopia]] (ruled 1930–1974), as [[Jesus]] [[Incarnation|incarnate]], the [[Second Advent]], or the reincarnation of Jesus. Members of the Rastafari movement are known as Rastas, or Rastafari. The movement is sometimes referred to as "Rastafarianism", but this term is considered derogatory and offensive by some Rastas, who, being highly critical of "isms" (which they see as a typical part of "Babylon culture"), dislike being labelled as an "ism" themselves.<ref>''Encyclopedia of African and African-American Religions'' p. 263 by [[Stephen D. Glazier]], 2001</ref>
   
 
The name ''Rastafari'' is taken from ''Ras Tafari'', the [[regnal name|pre-regnal]] title of [[Haile Selassie I]], composed of [[Amharic language|Amharic]] ''Ras'' (literally "Head", an Ethiopian title equivalent to [[Duke]]), and Haile Selassie's pre-regnal given name, Tafari. Rastafari are generally distinguished for asserting the doctrine that Haile Selassie I, the former and final [[Emperor of Ethiopia]], is another [[incarnation]] of the Christian God, called [[Jah]].<ref>''Jah'' the Rasta name for God incarnate, from a shortened form of ''[[Jehovah]]'' found in {{bibleverse||Psalms|68:4|KJV}} in the [[King James Version]] of the [[Bible]]</ref> Most see Haile Selassie I as ''Jah'' or ''Jah Rastafari'', who is the [[second coming]] of [[Jesus Christ]] onto the earth, but to others he is simply God's chosen king on earth.
 
The name ''Rastafari'' is taken from ''Ras Tafari'', the [[regnal name|pre-regnal]] title of [[Haile Selassie I]], composed of [[Amharic language|Amharic]] ''Ras'' (literally "Head", an Ethiopian title equivalent to [[Duke]]), and Haile Selassie's pre-regnal given name, Tafari. Rastafari are generally distinguished for asserting the doctrine that Haile Selassie I, the former and final [[Emperor of Ethiopia]], is another [[incarnation]] of the Christian God, called [[Jah]].<ref>''Jah'' the Rasta name for God incarnate, from a shortened form of ''[[Jehovah]]'' found in {{bibleverse||Psalms|68:4|KJV}} in the [[King James Version]] of the [[Bible]]</ref> Most see Haile Selassie I as ''Jah'' or ''Jah Rastafari'', who is the [[second coming]] of [[Jesus Christ]] onto the earth, but to others he is simply God's chosen king on earth.
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