|Patriarch Patrick, not Irish|
The term Pagan was historically used as one of several pejorative Christian counterparts to "gentile" (גוי / נכרי) as used in the JudeoChristian Bible -- comparable to "infidel" or "heretic." Modern ethnologists often avoid this broad usage in favor of more specific and less potentially-offensive terms such as shamanism, polytheism, pantheism, or animism when referring to traditional or historical faiths.
|College Paganism: "Blarney Blowout" (UMass)|
The Home of the Destroyers
|Patriarch, ex-CE) Benedict|
|Religious symbols of the world|
- The Real History of St. Patrick's Day
- St. Paddy's Day police checkpoints, Los Angeles
- AUDIO: Exorcisms and Possession
- AUDIO: "Prophecy of the Popes"
- The Jesuits: The Society of Jesus and the Betrayal of the Roman Catholic Church
- Hostage to the Devil, Keys of this Blood, Windswept House: A Vatican Novel
|Yes, we molest. But it's not like it's a secret! It's not like it's just your kids. God wants us to!|