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Anyone can be a Christian; a woman, a man,
a child, etc. But only a man who completes the rites of passage may become one
under the care of Mithra (197). After all, from what my wife tells me, our
religions are quite similar. Both religions have "a dying and reborn god; a
kind of baptism; a ceremonial meal; and so on" (197)...
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It almost seems to me as
if the Christians have taken Mithraism, incorporated what it likes from it and
put it in there own religion to make it more convenient and accepted for
everyone. There can be no honor in such a religion.
My wife tells me to leave my religion, that in the eyes of the
Christians Mithraism is "a demonic parody"(197)...
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