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His major work comprises the trilogy Protrepticus (Exhortation, for novice Christians and interested outsiders), Paedagogus (Exposition of Christian ethics, suffixing an early Christian hymn, notable for incorporating key thoughts and words from paganism, still vibrant in Orthodox Greek liturgy), and Stromateis (Miscellanies), "a work of immense erudition, a tapestry of Holy Writ and secular knowledge, a synthesis of Christian literature with Greek and Jewish that explains much history" (Eusebius).
THE success of fictional characters such as Harry Potter and Buffy the Vampire Slayer is to be the focus of a new research project into the increasing popularity of witchcraft and paganism, a university lecturer revealed yesterday.
It came after officers uncovered an online business run by the 46-year-old which traded under the name of Wild Wizard Crafts, aimed at those with an interest in paganism or shamanism.
In a statement issued here, she said blatant kidnapping, raping and murder of a Zainab was yet another dreadful example of prevailing paganism, perversion and frustration.
John Beckett's The Path of Paganism is not just a book about Paganism, it's a book that tells us how to be a pagan -- not an easy thing these days, when the whispers of the natural world and the call that's heard with the heart are submerged in the fast-flowing current of the quest for material success.
There are some interesting facts about paganism and the origins of Christmas traditions.
Mrs Wadding said: "To me, it's a no brainer that paganism goes hand-in-hand with activism and politics.
Motivated by religious zeal against paganism, ISIS destroyed some of the best-preserved structures from the ancient world, including the Temple of Belthe Mesopotamian god known in the Hebrew Bible as Baal.
Paganism is consequently a blurred and shifting designation, defying taxonomy for, as Jones relates, Christianity and paganism could interpenetrate.
Wizard and the Witch provides a fine oral history of Oberon Zell and Morning Glory: two individuals who embraced Paganism as their spiritual path and who lived in an open marriage for over forty years.
Modern paganism, also known as contemporary paganism, and neopaganism, is a group of contemporary religious movements influenced by or claiming to be derived from the various historical pagan beliefs of pre-modern Europe.
There was (and still is) paganism at the opera: helmeted gods passing over the magic bridge to Valhalla, immuring a rebellious daughter in a ring of flames.
It's like we're going back to the old days, and that includes paganism.
London, Apr 15 ( ANI ): Schools in Britain are set to include paganism in their official religious education syllabus for the first time.