A few weeks ago, I wrote a post on the origins of the ancient Egyptian religion and its relationship to the Jewish and Christian religions.
Since then, a lot of folks have emailed me with their questions.
I thought it would be helpful to answer those questions.
This is a transcript of a conversation I had with two members of the Religious Studies Department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: A lot of people in the religious studies department are really interested in the religion of Egypt, but they’re not sure where it came from or what the religious beliefs of ancient Egyptians were.
What’s your take on that?
There’s a lot that people don’t know about ancient Egypt.
They’ve forgotten that there was a great deal of contact between Egypt and the Near East.
They’re also not sure what Egypt was like before the pharaohs.
They don’t think the ancient Egyptians really practiced monotheism, which means that they believed in one God, and they believed that God has one body, one soul, one mind, one intellect, one purpose.
They believed that there is one God and one body.
I think that a lot people don�t really understand the religion because they don’t really know the context of the religion.
Egypt had a great many religious sects and they were all very different.
The earliest religious beliefs were about a pantheon of gods that had a lot to do with the Egyptian religion.
But the earliest religious practices are about worshiping the sun and gods and their relationship to each other.
The sun is the sun god, the moon is the goddess, and the god is the god of war and the sun is very important.
In Egypt, the sun was associated with life and fertility.
The goddesses were considered the most important gods.
It was a very patriarchal society.
When you were a young person, you were encouraged to believe that the gods were the people, and you were not allowed to question them.
But that was really a very important part of the religious tradition because there was an emphasis on keeping things as simple as possible.
The god was a figurehead figurehead, and it was really important to be loyal to the gods.
I was raised in a family that had an emphasis in being a good person and a good follower.
If you were poor and didn’t know anything about your god, you had to do your best to be faithful to your parents.
You were taught to worship the sun as the god, and there was also a lot about being good and good in the world.
I learned a lot from the gods, but I also learned a great amount about the world and about life.
What do you think about that?
I think there is a lot I learned from them, but a lot is about how the world works and what we should do to keep it going.
I grew up believing that the world was going to end when the sun went to the north and it would bring bad things to the world, and that it would come down on us.
So I didn’t think about all of the bad things that might happen, and I also didn’t take any chances.
The ancient Egyptians had a very good idea about what would happen in the afterlife.
I always thought that the afterlife would be good and peaceful, and then the sun would go back and bring good things to everyone.
That’s how the gods had to be.
When the sun goes down and the moon goes back to the east, the gods and the people are going to have a great struggle to maintain the order and to stay alive.
They can’t let things change that much, and people have to work very hard to get food.
They have to do everything they can to keep the food supply running.
They do this because they want to keep people happy.
I believe that everyone is going to be happy in the end.
The first Egyptian king was called Amenhotep II, and he was the first to give up his kingdom.
He didn’t want to rule anymore, and so he gave up his throne.
The Egyptians were not very religious.
They did not believe in anything.
They just didn’t care about religion.
They didn’t really follow a lot.
I just thought they were very pious people.
I remember when I was growing up, I was taught that I was supposed to worship God.
That was a big mistake.
It really hurt my feelings.
I had a bad feeling that I had to get back to that religion because I had been a good kid and did everything right.
If I was a good child, I would be happy.
If not, I could be sad and sad.
I wanted to get the bad feelings out of my system.
The religion of the Egyptians had to change because they had no other choice.
They had no money.
There were no jobs to offer.
They couldn’t even afford to keep a good relationship with their neighbors.
They were poor, and nobody wanted