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Dana Nutter wrote:
> li [Dave Rutan] mi tulis la
> 
>>> As far as houses of worship go, most the the terms
>>> mentioned
>>> like "worship place", etc.  I'm surprised nobody has mentioned
>>> "diejo",
>>> or would that be "heaven".
>> Well, being as 'Dio' is in all places and in all times, the universe 
>> would be the diejo...   Seriously though, I'd have to say the 
>> last place 
>> capable of being referred to as a 'diejo' might have been the 
>> Temple in 
>> Jerusalem before the Babylonian captivity (or thereabouts.)
> 
> Depends on what you consider a "Dio" to be.  In the Judeo-Christian sense it could be everywhere but another religion may have a different view of what a "dio" is.  As an atheist, "diejo" is a mythical place.

I'm sorry, I it went right through my brain that you hadn't capitalized 
'diejo'  You'd be correct then that 'diejo' could be used to indicate 
wherever the belief system felt that their god 'lived.'

Dave
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