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Discussion in 'Religion Archives' started by takethewarhome, Mar 31, 2011.

  1. HeartlessCapitalist Ravager of Biotopes Registered Senior Member

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    Because that particular fairytale isn't part of their religion, but was made up long after the Bible was written? Seriously, this question is like asking why most Christians don't believe in Baha'i or Qabbalah.

    Outside of some feminist cults, I doubt anyone who didn't play Vampire: The Masquerade has ever heard of Lilith.
     
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  3. Socratic Spelunker Registered Senior Member

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    I know of it, it shows up in the artwork and architecture of some cathedrals, too. I always understood it to be sort of an apocryphal story, as opposed to canonized lore.
     
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  5. Socratic Spelunker Registered Senior Member

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    Or anyone who didn't play the Darkstalkers video game
     
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  7. takethewarhome midnatt klarhet Registered Senior Member

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    Que?
     
  8. Dywyddyr Penguinaciously duckalicious. Valued Senior Member

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    AFAIK that's a "revisionist" concept.
     

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