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Daemon
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Day of the Three Archbishops

In 11th-century Greece, there was a popular controversy over which of the three archbishops—Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian, or John Chrysostom—was the greatest saint of the Greek Orthodox Church. In 1081, Bishop John of Galatia reported that the three saints had appeared to him in a vision to say that they were equal in the eyes of God. Their equality is celebrated on this day. In schools, special exercises are held in honor of the three saints, who supported classical Greek tradition at a time when many were opposed to all non-Christian literature. More...
HasmukhDoshi
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The Greek Culture and Holidays are very interesting and meaningful.

Next to trying and winning, the best thing is trying and failing.
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"... In 1081 Bishop John of Galatia resolved the problem by reporting that the three saints had appeared to him in a vision to say that they were all equal in the eyes of God."

Ooooo...a vision! That's original.

Yet another example of smelling the religious b.s. from miles away. Every day I'm fascinated that modern people still munch on this Bronze Age crapola.
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I have difficulty for understand this mix of culture and religion.
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