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CULT-STATE-CHURCH: Christianity in Conflict

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Throughout human history, Church & State have intertwined. From ancient Babylon, & beyond, every government has followed a religion. Each, in essence, was a Cult-State. Case in point: Though a political entity, ancient Rome held together religiously. Competition, tension & separation followed when, under Constantine, pagan practices sullied the Gospel. 

This Cult-State paradigm is alive & well even today. Government claims to uphold separation of Church & State; but, in reality, uses tax-free status to control pastors. For self-interest, the State exploits separation & resulting tension of two polarized camps (those inside the system & those opting out). A prophesied revived Roman Empire will follow this lead and, once again, stamp its cultish trademark on world government.

Dr. Martin Erdmann, Ph.D., explains how God Himself capitalizes on this troublesome formula to establish & perfect His Church. Former Prof. of Philosophy & Director of the Verax Institute (USA), Dr. Erdmann is a senior scientist, ethicist, researcher & author with postgraduate degrees in Divinity.

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