Which of the following lines from this section illustrate a religious syncretism, or blending, of the Pagan and Christian faiths?
"First and foremost, let the Almighty Father be thanked for this sight. I suffered a long harrowing by rendel. But the Heavenly Shepherd can work His wonders always and everywhere" (927-930).
"But now a man, with the Lord's assistance, has accomplished something none of us could manage before now for all our efforts. Whoever she was who brought forth this flower of manhood, if she is alive, that woman can say that in her labour the Lord of Ages bestowed a grace on her" (938-945).
"May the God of Ages continue to keep and requite you" (954-955).
"But I couldn't stop him from slipping my hold. The Lord allowed it, my lock on him wasn't strong enough, he struggled fiercely and broke and ran. Yet he bought his freedom at a high price.." (966-970).
"But death is not easily escaped from by anyone: all of us with souls,earth-dwellers and children of men, must make our way to a destination already ordained where the body, after the banqueting, sleeps on its deathbed" (1001-1007).