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Omar has been blamed for paganising English society.
Scripture lesson in the elementary school which is paganising the masses.
The answer to this question is that she herself is unwittingly paganising it.
The catastrophe was hastened by the fatal pouring of the new wine of the later Renaissance into the old, now worn-out bottles of Mediaevalism, thereby paganising Rome and corrupting the College of Cardinals to so large an extent, that the election to the papacy of a Rodrigo Borgia was made possible.
The failure of atheism to appreciate this is a failure to distance ourselves from the paganising of Christianity; the continuing tendency to see God in Greek or Roman terms.
It's a brief history of mankind's degeneracy since the Fall, of his paganising the truth and his polluting of natural physical relationships.