Asked in Catholicism
What do Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition have in common?
. Catholic Answer Both Sacred Tradition and Sacred Scripture are guaranteed by God and are inerrant. Sacred Scripture grew out of Sacred Tradition and is guaranteed by Sacred Tradition. A more precise use of the term Sacred Tradition can refer to the deposit of faith which is not contained in Sacred Scripture....
Asked in Ancient Egypt
What animals in Egypt were gods?
No animals in ancient Egypt were gods; but many gods and goddesses could appear as animals if they wished. For that reason certain creatures were regarded as being sacred to a particular god or goddess, but were not themselves considered gods. These are a few examples: cats - sacred to Bast crocodiles - sacred to Sebek dogs/jackals - sacred to Anubis and Duamutef hippopotami - sacred to Taweret bulls - sacred to Ra and Ptah baboons - sacred to Thoth and Hapy hawks - sacred to...