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Church of Armentine the Great
A modern depiction of Armentine.
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The Church of Armentine the Great claims to have been founded in the beginning of time, when the Almighty One began to write within a holy book, The Gospel of the Pers. In much of the religion's earliest artwork, the Almighty was shown as a bearded man, similar to the Christian God. However, in modern years, reverends of the Church have pointed out that the text of their "bible" refers to the Creator only as "It", and hypothesized that the One is beyond human genders, thus causing a modern conception of Armentine to appear in art; that of a unseen person dressed fully in white or black, though must often the former, which is the color associated with purity. These figures are completely covered in a robe and/or cloak, and never show their face. It is this image that is embraced the most by Armentinians.