Christianity Doesn’t Have a Sacred Language (And That’s Important)

A religion for the masses

Grant Piper

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Most major world religions maintain a sacred language that is used to teach, preach, and decipher important texts. The sacred language is usually attached to the original holy texts that are foundational to the religion. Sacred languages are still treated with respect today and form a cornerstone of some of…

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Grant Piper

Professional writer. Amateur historian. Husband, father, Christian.