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New IMO it is not really a sub-cult
It borrows lots of elements from different religions, definitely the mystery religions, but it was able to mask those elements, over time, so well that it is hard to say that it really is a sub-cult of anything.

The intellectual endeavors of finding consistency between the OT and the NT is a big part of its success. So losing the link doesn't seem like a possibility.

New just think of those poor bassars in the pulpits
if they couldnt use the juicy bits in the OT. On the other hand the congragations on the east coast would be able to get home in time for the afternoon kickoffs.
Quantum materiae materietur marmota monax si marmota monax materiam possit materiari?
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     A demoted Old Testament? - (warmachine) - (7)
         make any argument you like at your own risk :-) - (boxley)
         You are being too logical - (Seamus) - (4)
             Not a complete doctrine? - (Andrew Grygus) - (3)
                 There is an unexpected plus in there also - (JayMehaffey)
                 IMO it is not really a sub-cult - (Seamus) - (1)
                     just think of those poor bassars in the pulpits - (boxley)
         Not obsolete, just updated - (JayMehaffey)

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