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Myths of Male Divine
Gender-based divine attribution is done because human beings attribute characteristics to their divine pantheons based on their social realities. Take for instance Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Christianism and Islam - these are primarily patriarchal religions because their origins point to a society controlled by males. Another key thing about these faiths is that they are rooted in Middle-Eastern history and their God/gods therefore represent the ideals of male responsibilities and attributes in civilizations and societies that sprung from the ...
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