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On Inrithism posted 12 Mar 2005, 04:03 by Twayleph, Auditor

First of all, I'm begging everyone not to flame me if I've misinterpreted the religion cited here ; to my shame, I know very little about this subject. However for some reason I'm interested to know more about Inrithism (probably because I'm appealed by all that bears the seal of Earwa !). I was wondering what the principal tenets of Inrithism were ; i.e. its core values. Par example, as I understand it, one of the core values of Christianism is the sense of self-sacrifice. We've been given bits of information on the polytheistic nature of Inirithism and citations from the Tusk, as well as things it opposes (prostitution, sorcery...) and it's pretty clear to me that its interpretation in the Three Seas serves as a way to submit lower castes to the dominant class ; yet I still don't feel like I "get" it. What values does it promote ? How many saints or prophets does it glorify, and are they for real or are they just inventions ? Is its ruler (Shriah) held to be divine, to be of divine inspiration or just a man with more sense than the others ? I'd be interested to ask the same questions about Fanimry as well, but I'm afraid it would touch a red zone (the Cishaurim) and in any case, I feel we'll know more about the Fanim in TTT. Hopefully :) view post

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