> >We, in our late-20th Century American world of religious tolerance
> >may be able to see thngs this way, but to a medieval person or
> >institution they would not have (except for the heretics).
Still, I wonder how anyone can see this era as particularly tolerant of
diversity in religious practice when people who are open about their
choice of the Craft as a spiritual path have their homes burned, children
taken from them by social service agencies, businesses looted, etc. and
when Native Americans in prisons are not allowed to practice their rituals
and when nonChristian children in schools and workers are penalized fro
taking their holy days off...............I could go on but I'm heading off
the mountain............ttfn........grandchild about to be born......
J. Higgins-Rosebrook What I want is something
NOAA/NWS Stampede Pass difficult and translucent
PO Box 128 like birdsong
Easton, WA 98925 in a time of war
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