Re: OT: [Let_It_Be_Forever_Islam] THE WORLD OF THE JINN
|From:||michael poxon <m.poxon@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, October 16, 2003, 20:28|
Not necessarily. I'd call myself a "pagan" though I haven't assimilated any
set of beliefs, just had experiences. It can be so, however, and especially
with "New-age" stuff, that real or hypothesised non-monotheistic beliefs,
such as druidism, are mined in order to provide a belief system. I have
absolutely no interest in meeting other 'pagans'. As someone said earlier,
one's religion is a personal matter between oneself and 'God'. And that's
the bottom line. I thought the long snippet of fundamentalist Islam was just
a big hoot (in both senses of the word...) Rather than take these people
seriously, have a big laugh at them. They really don't understand laughter.
> My impression is that the word in a present-day context refers to people
> adhering to revived pre-Christian European religions. Is that correct?
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