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Does it actually make sense for an atheistic religious group to use what they consider an ''archetype'' /fictional character, as part of their atheistic religious ideas? Why?
The traditional Abrahamic god is regarded as male though many Christian theologians seem to regard Him as both and neither. Many Pagans believe in a male God and female Goddess as a great cosmic duality (however the role of the God has diminished over time).
My question is does the concept of a genderless god exist in any tradition? And if it did, would our language need to impose gender on it, since in English personhood is always gendered?
From this thread in the LHP DIR:
Anyone up to a Same Faith Debate (LHP Only) regarding the differences between Satan and Lucifer? We can also throw in the other two Crown Princes Belial and Leviathan as well. (Satan as Crown Prince of the South opposite Belial Crown Prince of the North forming the Carnal/Material axis--often referred to as the Apollo (Satan)--Dionysus (Belial) polarity as contrasted to Lucifer as Crown Prince of the East opposite Leviathan Crown Prince of the West forming...
What is morality? What is spirituality? What is the relationship between morality and spirituality?
I am watching tv show vikings and i am at the start of second season (so don't give spoilers).There vikings are portrayed as stronger than christians physically and spiritually.As far as i know also in reality vikings overpowered christians in battle.I believe prowess in war isn't just a sign of brutality but it is a sign of superiority in mind and spirit.(that's why muslims can't take over the world)
Later christians managed to spread their religion through bribing some viking leader and...
What is the difference between one who has realized the truth and one who has not? A simple analogy can explain this difference.
The one who has not realized the truth will look at the road that has nothing beyond and say, “I have reached the end.” But the one who has realized the truth looks at the same road that has nothing beyond and says, “It’s not the end. It’s a bend!”
What is the meaning of this thought? Most of us mortals believe that we live and then we die, that is, after death,...
^-^ Hello everyone!
Every Religion has it's own rules and morals and Satanism is no exception. Christianity has their 10 commandments that they follow which is based on God's morals and Satanism follows the 11 Satanic Rules of the Earth. Here I'll list you the Satanic Rules and give you brief explanations of the morals in it.
Do not give opinions or advice unless you are asked.
What some people dont understand is giving opinions or advice when you are not asked could provoke someone or...
Please note that the believer i mean in this post means some believer, not all believer.
Asking evidence for some religion/God's believer's claims is not practical. Why?
Because usually what you gets are:
- quoting scripture or use the scripture's prophecy as evidence. Which depends on a person's interpretation and is vague.
- the evidence is personal experience, which cannot show it to others. Then it became a sharing of personal experience and they have no intention to debate, but this is...
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