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Are religions morphs of their mythology?


Certain religions come about and have absorbed some of the mythology prior to becoming a religion. For instance I would like to know about the Roman Mythology and the Catholic religion and Greek mythology and the Greek Orthodox religion and so on and so forth. If you have any other corrolations speak them here too. I do not have an asner to this one so I would like to be enlightened.

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    Debra Allen (Lady Guinevere) 20 months ago

    Thanks and I have read some of his books. I read somewhere that the Catholic religion assimulated the gods of the pagans into the religion as the Saints. That is what got me to ask this question. I don't know if it is true or not.


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    Debra Allen (Lady Guinevere) 20 months ago

    Tnx. The question was more in the line of deities, life events or worship practices that were prior known as Myths that became the roots for those religions.

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    Debra Allen (Lady Guinevere) 20 months ago

    My question has nothing to do with the Bible and I am not fighting. Water does come from rocks and mountain and that isn't a myth. You did not answer my question at all.


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