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Although they highlight the Norse (religious) term siðr 'custom' and its cognates, some researchers of pre-Christian Scandinavia suggest that the concept of religion involves a Christocentric discourse and should be used cautiously, or even only for Christianity. Some scholars therefore recommend a categorical distinction between pre-Christian (religious) siðr and Christian religion. This paper contributes to this ongoing discussion. I argue that while it is meaningful to highlight the termdoi:10.33356/temenos.69935 fatcat:rfoww3l3ffcghk6cj4fokjj5o4