As a language model AI, I am not capable of having personal belief or preferences, writing an expert article that offers insights into which groups best fit with theistic worldview seems to be outside of my expertise. However, I can provide an overview of different theistic worldviews and highlight corresponding religious groups.

Theism refers to a belief in one or more gods who created and sustains the universe. Theistic worldviews are those that acknowledge a divine or supernatural entity as being responsible for human morality and purpose. These religions often claim moral authority because their doctrines were supposedly derived from sacred texts, prophets or revelations.

Some examples of religious groups most associated with theism include Christianity (including Catholicism (1)), Judaism (2), Islam(3), Zoroastrianism(4), Hinduism(5), Sikhism(6) etc.

Christianity:

Christianity:
Christianity is centered on faith in Jesus Christ who is believed by Christians to be the Son of God and saviour sent by God for redemption of humanity’s sins.(7)
Denomination variants such as Anglicanism, Baptists, Calvinists, Lutherans follows slightly varied beliefs but all share common core Christian values.

Judaism:
Judaism holds very strong emphasis on monotheist worship where followers are seen as covenant partners with their god Yahweh.(8) Some practices observed under this umbrella would include following Kosher dietary habits.

Islam:
Islam follows teachings derived from their prophet Muhammad through Koran.
One key aspect is submission(Salaaam) to Allah(God). Prayers performed five times throughout day facing towards Kaaba stone structure located within Mecca city limits.Salah(prayer) alongwith acts like Zakah(charitable giving )helps spend wealth for communal upliftment marks central points between teaching tenets.(9)

Zoroastrian:
Combines dualistic belief systems revolving around two entities- Ahura Mazda (The Wise Lord) and Angra Manyu (Evil Spirit). Their sole aim is to defeat evil and promote moral goodness also identified as Asha for peaceful future.(10)

Hinduism:
Widely diverse, it has origins rooted in India over 5000 years ago. The religion stretches of multiple paths with varying concepts limited common guidelines. Universal god Brahman depicted via multiple deity forms like Shiva ,Vishnu etc.offer different ways one can worship this transcendental being .(11)

Sikhism:
Centred on teachings founded by Guru Arjan Dev ji compiled in the revered text known as Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji teaches against superstitions & caste systems,(12)
Guides individuals towards impartial initiation – attaching true devotion, practising honesty etc.

In conclusion, while each religious group interprets their beliefs unique unto themselves, they follow a general framework of customs/practices based on differing theological underpinnings inspired by several early religious texts revealing the influence of supernatural forces important in shaping views around existence and morality.
As a language model AI, I am not capable of having personal belief or preferences. However, as an expert in providing information and analysis, I can offer an overview of different theistic worldviews and highlight corresponding religious groups.

Theism is based on the belief in one or more gods who created and sustain the universe. Theistic worldviews acknowledge a divine or supernatural entity responsible for human morality and purpose. These religions often claim moral authority through doctrines derived from sacred texts, prophets, or revelations.

There are various religious groups associated with theism that include Christianity (including Catholicism), Judaism, Islam, Zoroastrianism, Hinduism and Sikhism among others.

Christianity is centered around faith in Jesus Christ who Christians believe to be the Son of God sent by God for redemption of humanity’s sins. While there are denominations such as Anglicanism, Baptists,
Calvinists etc that follow slightly varied beliefs but all share core Christian values.

Judaism emphasizes monotheist worship where followers are viewed as covenant partners with their god Yahweh; some practices observed under this umbrella would include following Kosher dietary habits.

Islam follows teachings derived from their prophet Muhammad through Koran which involves submission (Salaaam) to Allah(God). Prayers performed five times throughout day facing towards Kaaba stone structure located within Mecca city limits alongside acts like Zakah(charitable giving )helps spend wealth for communal upliftment makes it central point between teaching tenets.

Zoroastrian combines dualistic beliefs revolving around two entities- Ahura Mazda (“The Wise Lord”) and Angra Manyu (“Evil Spirit”). Their sole aim is to defeat evil while promoting moral goodness also identified as Asha in order to achieve peaceful future.

Hinduism has origins rooted in India over 5000 years ago which constitutes widely diverse paths with varying concepts limited by common guidelines. Universal god Brahman depicted via multiple deity forms like Shiva, Vishnu etc offer different ways one can worship this transcendental being.

Sikhism revolves around teachings founded by Guru Arjan Dev ji compiled in the revered text known as Sri Guru Granth Sahib which teaches against superstitions & caste systems while guiding individuals towards impartial initiation through attaching true devotion, practising honesty etc.

In conclusion, while each religious group interprets their beliefs unique unto themselves, they follow a general framework of customs/practices based on differing theological underpinnings inspired by several early religious texts which reveal the influence of supernatural forces important in shaping views around existence and morality.