- n. Plural form of pagan.
“And, to the extent that you have been performing this liberating ritual, pagans from a secretive pagan sect (which worships the divine in the form of a Moose) will come in contact with you.”
“The baptized pagans who occupy so much pew space in our churches have to be converted to Christianity.”
“Sadat used to call the Alawites "pagans" - and said the Iranians would like to get rid of the”
“As Christians, all of this must make us think today: Is our faith pure and open enough that, beginning from it, the "pagans" -- the persons today who are seeking and have their questions -- can also intuit the light of the one God, can associate themselves with our prayer in the atriums of faith and by their seeking perhaps become worshippers?”
“It is the same in the world of wine - for some the word of a particular critic is like gospel for them, and nothing is more important than defending their particular prophet’s view and banishing all the pagans from the general vicinity - once of course they have been properly drawn and quartered on the wine boards.”
“It's funny to see protestants, atheists and so-called pagans of the "Neo" kind trying to outdo their Catholic ancestors.”
“What astonishes me more than anything is how burdened Hindus still are with these loaded labels pagans is another foisted on them by invaders and colonisers down the centuries, bearing these extremely derogatory connotations.”
“Such are the "baptized pagans" whose representation in the Church, it must be said, is not small.”
“There are any number of primitive religions that could have been classified as pagans, and many of them knew little more than fighting.”
“Hist.,) retired and languished in obscure villages; and the word pagans, with its new signification, reverted to its primitive origin.”
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