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Sacred Objects and the Methodist’s Faith

In the late 19th century, the methodist movement began to gain strength and influence in England and Scotland.The first methodist cemetery in the UK, near the village of Wigtown, was established in 1859 and in 1903 the Order of the Golden Dawn of Scotland was founded.Methodism also began to spread across the globe in the […]

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Buddhism is in a strange place

The religion that started in Tibet, and that has remained at the core of the Dalai Lama’s life for most of his adult life, is not the religion he was born into.His father was a monk and his mother a nun.Both were devout, and both grew up in poverty.Both had a Buddhist background.But they never […]

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Aztec Sacred Objects Show: ‘Sacred Objects’ Crossword Crossword

A crossword puzzle has been put together by archaeologists to illustrate a sacred object in the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan, according to a news report published Sunday.The ancient Aztec city of Tenechitlan is known for its sacred Aztec art, including its Aztec calendar and its Aztecs’ sacred idols.The crossword was created by local artists and […]

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