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Don't Pagans worship a pantheon of gods? That's not an option on your poll, so I put 'worship demons' which is the closest to that. Plus, pagan gods are actually demons anyway, so it fits.

Blackguard_, Christian Forums 6 Comments [4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Or, you know, your God is a demon. He sure acts like one sometimes (The Flood, for example. He kills everyone!)

11/6/2008 10:54:16 PM


11/14/2009 3:13:07 AM


Oh wow.

I'm pretty sure that if "god" and "demon" are interchangeable in polytheist beliefs, then its also interchangeable in monotheist beliefs.

I'm trying to think what people mean when they say "demon." I mean, in this context, I usually hear about demons possessing people. I want to be possessed by Mighty Thor.

He's probably got plenty of other things to do, though.

11/14/2009 8:22:20 AM


Some Pagans worshipped a single God. Some of the most primitive tribes do. Not unique. Most religions involve a family of Gods because that makes more sense.

A single entity without beginning or a family of longlived superhumans with forebearers? Panteons not only follow a more sensible corse they explain why the Gods would care about us in any way, because they have similiar relations

11/14/2009 8:28:12 AM


The Goddess I worship is not a demon. My particular sect doesn't believe in a Hell such as you describe it. Therefore, no denizens of Hell which means no demons. Sheesh.

5/24/2010 10:22:09 PM


Let's see: God, Jesus, the holy spirit (however you explain that one), Satan... Sure seems like a pantheon here.

5/24/2010 11:24:48 PM

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