Wikipedia Poem, No. 61

“meld meld/ an/ example nerved through with elements/
designed after other faith”

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       tension of the 
          word 
syncretic 

elements of inclusion  
applying the old belief   adages 
publish Diction, but the worldviews in question   acceptance undrives their 
repulsion religious system  reconcile 
syncretism 

	 meld elements their different often-faced 
unrelated 
in the word—Englished 
 folk belief reconcile

         meld ecclesiastical first audience unerring 
    epithet as 
       mechanism 

never
maintain 
rejected in 
    the 
other 
     hand
syncretic tenderlying beliefs 
a new 
succession 
a 
mechanism of 
   adages  published Victim Dictums of 
 
  practice
          
    meld Religious 
movements 
      of religious 
        systems 
       in the 
      winter—

			religious syncretism as eclectic 
Germanic didactic 
          elements  
    overwrought word "syncretism" 


meld the expression of 
the latter or previous schools of belief from modern Latin-inclusivist
question of Plutarch 
1st central 
   rulers emboss overt systems 
      Buddhism Kabbalah Islam Christianity Pasta tension 
      tract tradicate tracking 


meld    a sort 
of below-ground exclusivist 
    system in 
alliance 
       with and according to
Folk 
     beliefs in the original “religious orthodoxy" 

may some defend Tradition     
 
	the term syncretism — meld — is the case of resin 
never succeed in questions      coherent culture or 
       history  meld  an Oxford Inquisition or 
      previous specific repulsion 
while melding 

meld meld
an 
  example nerved through with elements 
designed after other faith    By this into 
         a new view, below.n-exclusive or any 
reasons.exe or practice thereof 
the word "syncretism” 
	education never
		looking back meld

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