Comment: I don't know. That is why I asked you :)

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I don't know. That is why I asked you :)

I have always thought that pagan and heathen were the same thing. I don't know what "natural" faith is.

I do a search: I find this:

Pagan.com
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So, I look to see if the word "pagan" is in the Bible. It is not in the King James Version, but is in other translations:

http://beta.biblestudytools.com/search/?q=pagan&c=&t=all&ps=...
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I decide to see what old Noah Webster said. In 1827 English the word Pagan meant http://1828.mshaffer.com/d/search/word,pagan :

"pagan
PA'GAN, n. [L. paganus, a peasant or countryman, from pagus, a village.] A heathen; a Gentile; an idolater; one who worships false gods. This word was originally applied to the inhabitants of the country, who on the first propagation of the christian religion adhered to the worship of false gods, or refused to receive christianity, after it had been received by the inhabitants of the cities. In like manner, heather signifies an inhabitant of the heath or woods, and caffer, in Arabic, signifies the inhabitant of a hut or cottage, and one that does not receive the religion of Mohammed. Pagan is used to distinguish one from a Christian and a Mohammedan.

PA'GAN, a. Heathen; heathenish; Gentile; noting a person who worships false gods.

1. Pertaining to the worship of false gods."

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