Moon Worshippers Everywhere

Judaism is a monotheistic offshoot of Ur (Chaldean) pantheistic moon worship (Sīn). Tradition, not archaeological record, teach that around 1800 B.C.E., Abram lived in the plain of Shinar, at Ur. Also according to Hebrew tradition, Abram left his homeland and stayed a while in Haran (also a center of cult moon worship) before settling in …

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All the Same? – Part 4

In three previous blog posts, parts 1-3 of the same title here, I began a discussion of comparative religion. Is the God of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism the same? This is part 4 and the final part of that discussion. It is devoted to the comparison of Christianity and Judaism by means of parallel examination …

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All the Same? – part 1

One hears so much these days about the Big Three... no, not the Trinity. Rather, there is a lot of common discussion concerning three seemingly compatible global religions, which account for the majority of the human race's belief structure. [Hinduism is not compatible with these 3; therefore, it will be discussed separately at a future …

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