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Lucifer Calaritanus (Italian: Lucifero da Cagliari) (d. May 20, 370 or 371) was a bishop of Cagliari in Sardinia known for his passionate opposition to Arianism. He is venerated as a Saint in Sardinia, though his status remains controversial.
reply to post by kyviecaldges
This is the second time I've seen Humanism referenced in a thread topic in a negative and religious context.
I'm fairly certain Humanism is NOT what you think it is.
Humanism has nothing to do with idolatry.
Humanism has nothing to do with religion of and by itself.
Unless, of course, there's religious propaganda going on to make up entirely new definitions for already defined philosophies based from a religious perspective.
Lucifer, in the Bible, refers to the King of Babylon, not Satan. The confusion came rather late in Christianity, but Lucifer is not the devil, despite what whacko evangelicals will tell you.