Theology would cover those to religions and a few others.AnswerSome kind of comparative religions degree. AnswerNone worth having a degree in. Probably the closest would be philosophy. Keep in mind that the only place you can get a job using a degree in philosphy is if that degree is a Phd, and the only place you will get paid to use that degree is in an educational institute. Since most colleges and universities already have someone teaching philosopy under some kind of contract it means that the odds of you getting such a job aren't very good. AnswerIt would be indeed a comparative religions degree. However, I from the way you phrase the question I daresay that you have no idea about what is a pagan religion. You seem to be identifying pagan with non-Christian.
This is not true. A pagan religion is one that is based in the adoration and reverence of something or someone contained in creation (Most oriental religions). A non-Pagan religion is one based in the adoration of the Creator. (Most western religions).
It depends upon the university. As mentioned above, you'd probably be pursuing a doctoral degree. The term you're looking for might be Phenomenology of Religion which can be pursued in some seminaries or in some universities' religion or philosophy departments. Phenomenology goes deeper than simply comparing different religious doctrines. Such a study can be pursued from either a secular angle, from a religious (including evangelical Christian) viewpoint, or from an agnostic viewpoint. However, wherever you start, you need to try to have a sympathy for the aspirations and felt hungers of all who claim to be human.
No. Pagan religions are considered any religion that is not Judeo/Christian/Islam.
There were several polytheistic, non-Christian religions before Christianity. These would count as "pagan".
Almost all religions believe in some form of divine intervention. All Christian religions believe in this as well as pagan religions, such as Hinduism.
The poem originated in a pagan oral tradition, but was transcribed after the Anglo-Saxons had converted to Christianity.
The Cross. In Pagan practices it is an equal armed cross, it represents the elements, the directions, and crossroads.
The first answer had one off.THE FOLLOWING ANSWERS ARE ONLY RUMORSMuslimChristianJewishPagan
Atheist if you know God exists. Pagan and cults that include hatred of a certain religion or people. Atheist if you know God exists. Pagan and cults that include hatred of a certain religion or people. ---- All religions that teach you lies are evil. That mens 99.9% of them.
No. There were many religions prior to the Catholics coming on the scene, including Judaism and a number of pagan religions. Catholicism was the first Christian religion, however.
The Pagan Religions of the Ancient British Isles was created in 1991.
Numerous religions are practiced in that region of the world. They include (but are not limited to): Islam, Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism and several other pagan beliefs.
Each religion claimed that its miracles were more awe-inspiring than the miracles of the other.
The word pagan is derived from the Latin word paganus, meaning "rural, rustic." It is cognate with the English heathen, which originally meant the same thing.Pagan is a term which refers to a variety of different religions ranging from Wicca, to that of ancient Egypt and even Hinduism, among many others. Some Pagans are of no specific religion, but rather are eclectic. In general Pagan religions have more than one deity, or many gods which are aspects of one (an idea similar to that of the Christian trinity). Another quite common feature of Pagan religions are that they tend to be nature oriented. Pagan can also be used as a derogatory word for any non-Judeo/Christian/Islamic religion.
Pagans lived in the medieval times and most of them converted to Christianity. Their religion is still practiced by some people. Druidism, Shamanism and Asatru comes under Pagan religions. There are some other new religions stemmed from Pagan religions and those are called Neo-Paganism. Wicca, Witchcraft includes in Neo-Pagan religions.
No, Native Americans had their own religions, some of the pagan. However, Catholicism was the first Christian religion to arrive in the Americas.
Money, Money, and more money.Another Answer:The clergy / laity separation.Another Answer:The introduction of pagan things, into religions, and giving them a Bible meaning.Another Answer:The non-biblical teaching of the 'immortality of the soul', is found in both religions that call themselves Christian, and the non-Christian religions.
I guess people believe what they want to (usually as a convience). Though, it is Catholics (and maybe some other religions) that actually have a pagan worship system. Most other Christian religions don't.
Pagan is not a language. It's an umbrella term for several religions/paths/faiths.
Taylor Swift is not a pagan, she's Christian
No. Its like saying your a Christian yet you are truly atheist, or you disregard the Christian God. To be Pagan, you must BE Pagan and not just say you are, with every word should come action. If your a pagan, show your a Pagan by your beliefs, what you do (spiritually, enviromentally etc.)
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Not at all. They are common in many religions.
Christian art depicts figures and stories from the Christian Bible. Pagan art depicts figures and stories from any number of pagan sources. Many of the classical artists did both Christian and pagan works, sometimes blending the two into a single art piece.
While the Advent wreath and candles may have Hebrew and pagan roots, the use of the Advent circle belongs exclusively to the Christian tradition.
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