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30th Nov '16 9:28:51 PM Renicula
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* The main religion of the Britain of ''VideoGame/{{Guenevere}}'' is a kind of monotheistic goddess worship presided over by priestesses. It seems to be a mix of real world paganism with a monotheistic Christian aspect.
28th Nov '16 8:12:59 PM Doug86
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* This is extremely common in video games. ''BreathOfFireII'', ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'', and ''VideoGame/LaPucelle: Tactics'' are just a few examples.

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* This is extremely common in video games. ''BreathOfFireII'', ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireII'', ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'', and ''VideoGame/LaPucelle: Tactics'' are just a few examples.
23rd Nov '16 7:31:46 AM Kakai
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* Averted in ''Literature/TheTraitorSonCycle'', where despite the world being fantasy, the leading faith is Christianity (Catholicism, to be exact), complete with nuns, knightly orders, Christ, twelve apostles and all that. The only difference is that there's no Vatican and instead of pope, there are two Patriarchs.
23rd Nov '16 1:06:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* GeneCatlow has The Creator Of All Things and its associated religion. The related FanFic has The Nameless One and ''it's'' associated religion. WordOfGod says that the two deities are one and the same.

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* GeneCatlow Webcomic/GeneCatlow has The Creator Of All Things and its associated religion. The related FanFic has The Nameless One and ''it's'' associated religion. WordOfGod says that the two deities are one and the same.
30th Oct '16 12:54:25 AM chizo
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Any fictional religion, such as those found in a MedievalEuropeanFantasy, which possesses attributes stereotypically associated with Christianity ([[ChristianityIsCatholic especially Roman Catholicism]]) -- such as priestly vestments, nuns and their habits, confessionals, the designs of houses of worship, and crosses -- but which centers on a deity other than the Christian God, like an animistic spirit or pagan-flavored god. Often there will be a [[Literature/TheBible Yahweh]] analog and/or a {{Satan}} analog but not a Jesus one, although this is somewhat excusable as [[GodInHumanForm Jesus himself is also God]] due to the concept of the Trinity. This is often too [[MindScrew confusing for your average Christian to understand]], let alone someone non-religious, even many [[UpToEleven priests can't completely grasp it]].

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Any fictional religion, such as those found in a MedievalEuropeanFantasy, which possesses attributes stereotypically associated with Christianity ([[ChristianityIsCatholic especially Roman Catholicism]]) -- such as priestly vestments, nuns and their habits, confessionals, the designs of houses of worship, and crosses -- but which centers on a deity other than the Christian God, like an animistic spirit or pagan-flavored god. Often there will be a [[Literature/TheBible Yahweh]] analog and/or a {{Satan}} analog but not a Jesus one, although this is somewhat excusable as [[GodInHumanForm Jesus himself is also God]] due to the concept of the Trinity. This is often too [[MindScrew confusing for your average Christian to understand]], let alone someone non-religious, non-Christian or non-religious - even many [[UpToEleven priests can't completely grasp it]].
29th Oct '16 6:18:41 AM chizo
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Any fictional religion, such as those found in a MedievalEuropeanFantasy, which possesses attributes stereotypically associated with Christianity ([[ChristianityIsCatholic especially Roman Catholicism]]) -- such as priestly vestments, nuns and their habits, confessionals, the designs of houses of worship, and crosses -- but which centers on a deity other than the Christian God, like an animistic spirit or pagan-flavored god. Often there will be a [[Literature/TheBible Yahweh]] analog and/or a {{Satan}} analog but not a Jesus one, although this is somewhat excusable as [[GodInHumanForm Jesus himself is also God]] due to the concept of the Trinity. This is often too [[MindScrew confusing for your average Christian to understand]] let alone someone non-religious, even many [[UpToEleven priests can't completely grasp it]].

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Any fictional religion, such as those found in a MedievalEuropeanFantasy, which possesses attributes stereotypically associated with Christianity ([[ChristianityIsCatholic especially Roman Catholicism]]) -- such as priestly vestments, nuns and their habits, confessionals, the designs of houses of worship, and crosses -- but which centers on a deity other than the Christian God, like an animistic spirit or pagan-flavored god. Often there will be a [[Literature/TheBible Yahweh]] analog and/or a {{Satan}} analog but not a Jesus one, although this is somewhat excusable as [[GodInHumanForm Jesus himself is also God]] due to the concept of the Trinity. This is often too [[MindScrew confusing for your average Christian to understand]] understand]], let alone someone non-religious, even many [[UpToEleven priests can't completely grasp it]].
29th Oct '16 6:18:21 AM chizo
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Any fictional religion, such as those found in a MedievalEuropeanFantasy, which possesses attributes stereotypically associated with Christianity ([[ChristianityIsCatholic especially Roman Catholicism]]) -- such as priestly vestments, nuns and their habits, confessionals, the designs of houses of worship, and crosses -- but which centers on a deity other than the Christian God, like an animistic spirit or pagan-flavored god. Often there will be a [[Literature/TheBible Yahweh]] analog and/or a {{Satan}} analog but not a Jesus one, although this is somewhat excusable as [[GodInHumanForm Jesus himself is also God]] due to the concept of the Trinity. This is often too [[MindScrew confusing for your average Christian to understand]], even many [[UpToEleven priests can't completely grasp it]].

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Any fictional religion, such as those found in a MedievalEuropeanFantasy, which possesses attributes stereotypically associated with Christianity ([[ChristianityIsCatholic especially Roman Catholicism]]) -- such as priestly vestments, nuns and their habits, confessionals, the designs of houses of worship, and crosses -- but which centers on a deity other than the Christian God, like an animistic spirit or pagan-flavored god. Often there will be a [[Literature/TheBible Yahweh]] analog and/or a {{Satan}} analog but not a Jesus one, although this is somewhat excusable as [[GodInHumanForm Jesus himself is also God]] due to the concept of the Trinity. This is often too [[MindScrew confusing for your average Christian to understand]], understand]] let alone someone non-religious, even many [[UpToEleven priests can't completely grasp it]].
29th Oct '16 6:16:55 AM chizo
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Any fictional religion, such as those found in a MedievalEuropeanFantasy, which possesses attributes stereotypically associated with Christianity ([[ChristianityIsCatholic especially Roman Catholicism]]) -- such as priestly vestments, nuns and their habits, confessionals, the designs of houses of worship, and crosses -- but which centers on a deity other than the Christian God, like an animistic spirit or pagan-flavored god. Often there will be a [[Literature/TheBible Yahweh]] analog and/or a {{Satan}} analog but not a Jesus one, although this is somewhat excusable as [[PhysicalGod Jesus himself is also God]] due to the concept of the Trinity. This is often too [[MindScrew confusing for your average Christian to understand]], even many [[UpToEleven priests can't completely grasp it]].

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Any fictional religion, such as those found in a MedievalEuropeanFantasy, which possesses attributes stereotypically associated with Christianity ([[ChristianityIsCatholic especially Roman Catholicism]]) -- such as priestly vestments, nuns and their habits, confessionals, the designs of houses of worship, and crosses -- but which centers on a deity other than the Christian God, like an animistic spirit or pagan-flavored god. Often there will be a [[Literature/TheBible Yahweh]] analog and/or a {{Satan}} analog but not a Jesus one, although this is somewhat excusable as [[PhysicalGod [[GodInHumanForm Jesus himself is also God]] due to the concept of the Trinity. This is often too [[MindScrew confusing for your average Christian to understand]], even many [[UpToEleven priests can't completely grasp it]].
29th Oct '16 6:15:14 AM chizo
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Any fictional religion, such as those found in a MedievalEuropeanFantasy, which possesses attributes stereotypically associated with Christianity ([[ChristianityIsCatholic especially Roman Catholicism]]) -- such as priestly vestments, nuns and their habits, confessionals, the designs of houses of worship, and crosses -- but which centers on a deity other than the Christian God, like an animistic spirit or pagan-flavored god. Often there will be a [[Literature/TheBible Yahweh]] analog and/or a {{Satan}} analog but not a Jesus one, although this is somewhat excusable as [[PhysicalGod Jesus himself is also God]] due to the concept of the [[UsefulNotes/Christianity Trinity]]. This is often too [[MindScrew confusing for your average Christian to understand]], including even many [[UpToEleven priests as well]].

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Any fictional religion, such as those found in a MedievalEuropeanFantasy, which possesses attributes stereotypically associated with Christianity ([[ChristianityIsCatholic especially Roman Catholicism]]) -- such as priestly vestments, nuns and their habits, confessionals, the designs of houses of worship, and crosses -- but which centers on a deity other than the Christian God, like an animistic spirit or pagan-flavored god. Often there will be a [[Literature/TheBible Yahweh]] analog and/or a {{Satan}} analog but not a Jesus one, although this is somewhat excusable as [[PhysicalGod Jesus himself is also God]] due to the concept of the [[UsefulNotes/Christianity Trinity]]. Trinity. This is often too [[MindScrew confusing for your average Christian to understand]], including even many [[UpToEleven priests as well]].
can't completely grasp it]].
29th Oct '16 6:13:55 AM chizo
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Any fictional religion, such as those found in a MedievalEuropeanFantasy, which possesses attributes stereotypically associated with Christianity ([[ChristianityIsCatholic especially Roman Catholicism]]) -- such as priestly vestments, nuns and their habits, confessionals, the designs of houses of worship, and crosses -- but which centers on a deity other than the Christian God, like an animistic spirit or pagan-flavored god. Often there will be a [[Literature/TheBible Yahweh]] analog and/or a {{Satan}} analog but not a Jesus one.

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Any fictional religion, such as those found in a MedievalEuropeanFantasy, which possesses attributes stereotypically associated with Christianity ([[ChristianityIsCatholic especially Roman Catholicism]]) -- such as priestly vestments, nuns and their habits, confessionals, the designs of houses of worship, and crosses -- but which centers on a deity other than the Christian God, like an animistic spirit or pagan-flavored god. Often there will be a [[Literature/TheBible Yahweh]] analog and/or a {{Satan}} analog but not a Jesus one.
one, although this is somewhat excusable as [[PhysicalGod Jesus himself is also God]] due to the concept of the [[UsefulNotes/Christianity Trinity]]. This is often too [[MindScrew confusing for your average Christian to understand]], including even many [[UpToEleven priests as well]].
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