The Everlasting Man - Part I: On the Creature Called Man, Chapter VI: The Demons and the Philosophers Summary & Analysis

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Part I: On the Creature Called Man, Chapter VI: The Demons and the Philosophers Summary and Analysis

Though there was much noble in the paganism described in the previous chapter—insofar as the myth-creation stemmed from an earnest desire to know God—there was another form of paganism which lacked that nobility: the various cults of devil-worship that arose in places all around the world. Of course, devil worship needs to be clearly defined; after all, the system of theology which clearly defined what an angel was, and what it meant for an angel to be fallen, was not around for much of human history and, even when it was, it was not universally known or accepted. Nonetheless, there is a clear difference between the cults that arose to Jupiter...

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