paganism in A Sentence

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    Wicca and Paganism are particularly influential to spiritual ecofeminism.

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    Therefore, it is like the sin of Paganism to rebel.

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    By the 10th century, Germanic Paganism had become restricted to Scandinavia.

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    The first sign that the end is near- the rise of Paganism and.

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    In this case, the“snake” in the story was more likely being used as a metaphor for Paganism.

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    But how could a bond that is clearly a vestige of Paganism deepen one's relationship with the true God?

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    For members of the Awakening, these islands were‘ dark places' of Paganism, fields ready to be harvested.

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    Once Christianity displaced Paganism as the popular religious affiliation of most Europeans, werewolves were lumped in with- you guessed it- Satan.

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    One says that the Saint Valentine refused to convert to Paganism and was executed by Roman Emperor Claudius II.

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    In historical terms, the poem's characters would have been Norse pagans(the historical events of the poem took place before the Christianisation of Scandinavia), yet the poem was recorded by Christian Anglo-Saxons who had mostly converted from their native Anglo-Saxon Paganism around the 7th century- both Anglo-Saxon Paganism and Norse Paganism share a common origin as both are forms of Germanic Paganism.

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    A 1997 law on religion recognises the right to freedom of conscience and creed to all the citizenry, the spiritual contribution of Orthodox Christianity to the history of Russia, and respect to"Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Judaism and other religions and creeds which constitute an inseparable part of the historical heritage of Russia's peoples", including ethnic religions or Paganism, either preserved or revived.

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    The book Early Christianity and Paganism states:“ The comparatively little body of really earnest believers was lost in the great multitude of professed Christians.”.

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    Before the Islamic conquest of Afghanistan, the territory was a religious sediment of Zoroastrianism(northeast), Paganism(south and east), Buddhism(southeast), Hinduism(Kabul/Logar) and others.

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    The book The Paganism in Our Christianity states:“ Jesus Christ never mentioned such a phenomenon[ a coequal Trinity], and nowhere in the New Testament does the word‘ Trinity' appear.

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    According to the history recorded in the sixth century C. E. by Gregory of Tours, it was in 496 C. E., during the battle of Tolbiac( Zülpich, Germany) against the tribe of the Alemanni, that Clovis promised to abandon Paganism if Clotilda's God would grant him victory.

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    The Christianization of Poland was a shrewd political choice by Mieszko I, the first ruler of Poland, to ally his country with the Czechs who had also embraced Christianity, rather than the Germans who still practiced Paganism.

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    Tolbiac( Zülpich, Germany) against the tribe of the Alemanni, that Clovis promised to abandon Paganism if Clotilda's God would grant him victory.

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    The book Early Christianity and Paganism states:“ The comparatively little body of really

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    the territory was a religious sediment of Zoroastrianism(northeast), Paganism(south and east), Buddhism(southeast), Hinduism(Kabul/Logar) and others.

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    The book The Paganism in Our Christianity states:“ Jesus Christ never

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