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Can a person believe in two religions at the same time?
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Posted 8/26/16
I guess if the core beliefs of the two religions don't contradict each other too greatly you can.
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21 / Australia
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No, your belief comprises of a single religion, you can believe in many gods but you still only hold one systematic religious view.
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yes!
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23 / M / AZ
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Posted 8/26/16
Of course you can.
I know people that worship at Buddhist and Hindu temples
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26 / F / New Zealand
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Posted 8/27/16

Bowie-Sensei wrote:


luffyisify wrote:

Yes. It's called polytheism. I'm not one of those people.


Actually, no, it's not. Polytheism is a religion that has more than one god (see the hellenistic religion). Believing in multiple gods is not the same thing as believing in multiple religions.


Thank goodness someone said it.
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