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Questions related to the history of world religions in general, extant or extinct, or related to the specific history of a given religion.

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This answer is related to the Mesopotamian god "Dagan" and how he may have been represented in ancient Rome. Note that "Dag o n" is the Hebrew name version of a Philistine god. And the short answer i …
answered Sep 14 by LаngLаngС
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There was not the image of YHWH. But there were several images, depictions, idols, some of them survive. This is him in happier times, still not divorced, with his lovely wife: Image on p …
answered Feb 3 by LаngLаngС
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This is incredibly complicated and almost always misleading. For example, in many countries the Catholic Church is called strictly the Roman-Catholic church. The higher up members of that community t …
answered Jul 17 '18 by LаngLаngС
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The whole story is mythical in nature and intention. Even finding similarities to actual events is seen as quite the fruitless endeavour. The biggest problem with this question is that it asks for …
answered Jan 4 by LаngLаngС
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Early Israelite religion was not monotheistic, and it remained in that classification for at least several hundred years. YHWH was developed very slowly in a syncretistic process were he was ascribed …
answered Feb 7 '18 by LаngLаngС