Talk:Fire worship

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This article is a bit of a mess, with a lot of original research. Several of the mentioned traditions, strictly (or even really abstractly) do not constitute "fire worship" or veneration; fire just plays a part in their tradition. The same could be said of Jews who have a lit candle on the Sabbath, or Catholics who light a candle of remembrance on an altar. I'll likely be revising the article in the near future, with appropriate RS, but I'd prefer to do it by consensus, if anyone is watching. Please, do chime in. Remember, people, say what the sources say. Quinto Simmaco (talk) 11:39, 6 March 2015 (UTC)