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The Sciences

Buddy can you spare some burnt offerings?

Gene ExpressionBy Razib KhanMay 12, 2006 8:36 AM


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OK, some seems that the Greek Neo-Pagans have received permission to worship in pagan temples. That might sound obvious, but most pagan temples in Greece are historic treasures, and so the purview of the government. The Greek Orthodox Church is not happy:

But Greece's powerful Orthodox Church takes a less charitable view, accusing the worshippers of idolatry and "poisonous New Age practices". Father Eustathios Kollas, who presides over the community of Greek priests, said: "They are a handful of miserable resuscitators of a degenerate dead religion who wish to return to the monstrous dark delusions of the past."

I reall that the Orthodox Church boycotted the World Parliament of Religions in part because of the presence of Neo-Pagans. Issues....

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