Return of the Gods

Stein, Hannes
November 1999
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov1999, Issue 97, p34
Focuses on the worship and belief on pagans and gods. Aztec belief in the appearance of the sun and moon as self-sacrifice of the gods; Pagan claim on the book of Genesis as blasphemy; Jeremiah as the chosen prophet for the pagan nation; Neo-paganism in politics and the Christian religion.


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