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The True God

God is the most supreme of all beings. He’s not a God, He’s the God. Now some people worship the sun, moon, and stars. That is part of their culture and those beliefs go back to thousands of years. 88 more words

Ideas Sprout

by Robert Berendt

Our minds are not only as active as we allow them to be

“Ideas are like rabbits. You get a couple and learn how to handle them, and pretty soon you have a dozen” – John Steinbeck. 1,346 more words

Christian Life

A Christian Testimony and the Norse Gods

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Abandon Stones and take up Understanding.

This is my Christian testimony as well as my workings with the Norse gods. I hope you enjoy the tale I have sung. 6 more words

Historical Revisionism

Does Scripture Support Substitution Theology? Part B

Last week’s blog may not have established with sufficient clarity the fact that though Abraham was indeed a monotheist, he was still influenced by pagan perspectives of their fictional gods. 1,038 more words

Using Your Gifts for the Gods

There are many ways to honor the gods. Prayer, rituals, and offerings are the ones we think of most often; they are so very explicitly god-directed that it can be hard to look beyond them. 557 more words


Multiple Gods, Multiple Practices

There is, I think, a misunderstanding among some polytheists about those who have connections with more than one group of gods–an assumption that unless you are focused on only one group, at best you are not serious about your faith, and at worst you are disrespectful or even disloyal. 560 more words

The Ram Abraham Slaughtered

After a break for Christmas we return to our discussion about the lambs of Scripture. A recent blog about “the Lamb of God” (John 1:29, 36) led to a more recent blog about the lambs the Israelites slaughtered in Egypt just before their Exodus. 829 more words