Archive | April, 2012

Paul’s Political Debate Against Augustus

May it be my privilege to establish the Republic safe and sound on its foundations, gathering the fruit of my desire to be known as author of the ideal constitution, and taking with me to the grave the hope that the basis which I have laid will be permanent. These are the words of the […]

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Christendom Restored

Nothing of significance happened in AD 500, contrary to the expectations of Sextus Julius Africanus, a Christian historian of the early 3rd century, and of his premillennial readers. Africanus did a lot of work, mixing Hebrew, Greek, and Persian chronologies to find out when the end of the world was going to come. He came […]

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