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25th Jun '17 1:33:47 PM nombretomado
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* Meljean Brook's ''Literature/TheGuardians'' series - the Guardians are pretty much all angels that were born human, they just don't use the a-word.

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* Meljean Brook's ''Literature/TheGuardians'' ''Literature/{{The Guardians|MeljeanBrook}}'' series - the Guardians are pretty much all angels that were born human, they just don't use the a-word.
22nd Apr '17 2:22:01 PM 64SuperNintendo
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[[folder: {{Anime}} & and {{Manga}}]]
6th Feb '17 4:04:46 PM TSBasilisk
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* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' has the Light whose religion, at least among humans, strongly resembles Christianity. It is a benevolent force that remains largely detached from mortal events. The Naaru act as angels, spiritually guiding mortals, fending off evil, and offering salvation. The Titans can also be considered angels but given more to directly battling evil and carrying out the work of the Light. Sargeras is the obvious Lucifer parallel, a fallen Titan who rebelled against his divine mandate and now leads the Burning Legion in a crusade to destroy all of the Light's works.
14th Jan '17 11:34:12 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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* In the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, especially the Kanto episodes, the original Japanese version had the the characters made several casual references to Heaven, Hell, and God. 4kids either censored them in the English dub or used euphemisms instead. For example in the third episode they changed Satoshi saying "My Pokemon's Heaven is also my Heaven!"" with Kasumi, who hates bug-types, replying with "You guys' Heaven is my Hell." into Ash saying "I love my new little Pokemon!" and Misty replying "It takes a worm to know a worm". Despite deleting most religious references, Brock mentioned the story of Noah in "Pokemon Shipwreck".

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* In the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, especially the Kanto episodes, the original Japanese version had the the characters made several casual references to Heaven, Hell, and God. 4kids either censored them in the English dub or used euphemisms instead. For example in the third episode they changed Satoshi saying "My Pokemon's Heaven is also my Heaven!"" Heaven!" with Kasumi, who hates bug-types, replying with "You guys' Heaven is my Hell." into Ash saying "I love my new little Pokemon!" and Misty replying "It takes a worm to know a worm". Despite deleting most religious references, Brock mentioned the story of Noah in "Pokemon Shipwreck".



--->''" Oh, my God! Oh, well, you know, not my God, because I defy Him and all of His works. Does He exist? Is there word on that, by the way?" \\

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--->''" Oh, my God! God!... Oh, well, you know, not my God, because I defy Him and all of His works. Does He exist? Is there word on that, by the way?" \\
27th Dec '16 12:23:09 PM Narsil
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** Lampshaded in the episode "Conversations with Dead People", when Buffy meets the vampire version of a high-school classmate:
--->''" Oh, my God! Oh, well, you know, not my God, because I defy Him and all of His works. Does He exist? Is there word on that, by the way?" \\
"Nothing solid."''
16th Oct '16 5:14:29 AM LuckyStampede
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** Though some beings with reason to know speak bitterly of The White God, like some young cosmic upstart.
18th Aug '16 12:16:22 PM ElGuanoLoco119
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* ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' started out like this stating that "every believe is true somwhere in the Nehternehter" and what fuels the power of religious beings is the amount of worship and the legends build around them, further down the series it transforms in to "every religion is true but Christianity is truer" stating that the White God which had a son that died on a tree is the most powerful being and his angels (or more accurately archangel) are the most powerful beings we have seen to date.

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* ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' started out like this stating that "every believe is true somwhere in the Nehternehter" Nevernever" and what fuels the power of religious beings is the amount of worship and the legends build around them, further down the series it transforms in to "every religion is true but Christianity is truer" stating that the White God which had a son that died on a tree is the most powerful being and his angels (or more accurately archangel) are the most powerful beings we have seen to date.
4th Jul '16 12:57:37 AM jormis29
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* In Creator/IsaacAsimov's ''The Last Drumpf'', God is referred as "The Chief" while Satan is called "The Adversary", and in Asimov's other short story called "Gimmicks Three", the demons refer to divine orders as "orders from above".

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* In Creator/IsaacAsimov's ''The Last Drumpf'', Trump'', God is referred as "The Chief" while Satan is called "The Adversary", and in Asimov's other short story called "Gimmicks Three", the demons refer to divine orders as "orders from above".
4th Jul '16 12:06:20 AM TeslaK20
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* In Creator/IsaacAsimov's ''The Last Trump'', God is referred as "The Chief", and in other Asimov's short story called "Gimmicks Three", the demons refer to divine orders as "orders from above".

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* In Creator/IsaacAsimov's ''The Last Trump'', Drumpf'', God is referred as "The Chief", Chief" while Satan is called "The Adversary", and in other Asimov's other short story called "Gimmicks Three", the demons refer to divine orders as "orders from above".
11th Mar '16 2:29:32 AM Morgenthaler
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* ComicBook/HarleyQuinn comes off as AmbiguouslyJewish in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' but is canonically Jewish in the comics. In one scene, where ComicBook/PoisonIvy shows disapproval over getting a Christmas tree in the comic version of the scene Ivy explicitly notes that Harley is Jewish. In the cartoon version the line doesn't exist.
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