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For those with more Christian tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia have an article about Christianity.

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The true God of Christianity, and YOU know it!

Jesus actually died in 1973 in the first performance of Godspell, though this is not well known. All subsequent performances of the play function as masses. Jesus did rise again, because someone spilled yeast on His grave. Jesus now lives in a huge tabernacle on the Altar of St. Peter's Basillica in the Vatican City. He now actively promotes His Father, the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

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Western Culture[edit]

Western culture, throughout most of its history, has been nearly equivalent to Christian culture. Though Western culture contained several polytheistic religions during its early years under the Greek and Roman empires, as the centralized Roman power waned, the dominance of the Catholic Church was the only consistent force in Europe.[293] Until the Age of Enlightenment, Christian culture was the predominant force in western civilization, guiding the course of philosophy, art, and science