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 n.— «They are using what I call Christopaganism—a little bit of Christ, Islam and paganism.» —“Nigerian Churches Need Re-awakening” by Bola Akin-John Sunday Independent (Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria) Feb. 12, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  • Christopagan:

    Two newly coined terms that are designed to expose “Christianity” and its Roman Church-State Jesus as nothing more than covert pagan religion that worships a pagan god (IHS) with a gentile name (Jesus).

    TSN was one of the original users of those two terms, and helped shape their meaning. See “Introductory Information” on any TSN website (Shown Below).

    * Christopagan: A newly created (coined) term to express the Truth concerning the present day versions of the ancient Greco-Roman pagan catholic (universal) religion of Christianity (aka The Ancient Babylonian Mystery Religion in disguise).

    Matthew 13:24-25
    24 He set another parable before them, saying, “The Kingdom of Heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field,
    25 but while people (Mankind) slept, his enemy (Satan) came and sowed darnel (unfruitful “Counterfeit” grass), also, among the wheat (a fruitful grass), and went away.

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