From what I've read, there are a group of Indians indigenous to Mexico known as the Nahua.
I'm just now starting to do research on them.
Basically what I understand about them is that they generally don't consider themselves to be Hispanic/Latino and generally don't consider Spanish to be their language.
This may be my shortest blog yet...
In doing the research that I am doing, I have come to realize that the term "Catholic" is a far more broad concept than I ever imagined.
I'm reading more and more about Breakaway Catholic Churches and Independent Catholic Churches. I'm very confused on whether or not they are the same thing or not.
Updated Dec 13th 2010 at 06:59 PM by gringo300
I'm curious about many things such as:
What proportion of Eskimos profess to be born again Christians?
What proportion of Eskimos profess to be "Christian"? I put this in quotes because this extends to a lot more that Bible Christianity.
Has the Bible been translated into Eskimo?
I'm currently trying to learn everything I possibly can about Eskimos.
From what I understand, the traditional Eskimo religion is a form
In Minnesota and several nearby states, there were Lutheran churches every several blocks. I'm not exaggerating. I'd never seen that many Lutheran churches in my whole life, before I went on this trip.
This has gotten me interested in the history of Lutheranism.
From what I've heard, Martin Luther had been Roman Catholic, decided that Roman Catholicism needed reforming, and eventually concluded that Roman Catholicism was unreformable.