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The History of Christianity #87
Our History of Christianity Scripture verse today is 1 Corinthians 12:27 which reads: "Now ye are the body of Christ, and members in particular."
Our History of Christianity quote today is from St. Ignatius of Antioch. He said: "It is right, therefore, that we not just be called Christians, but that we actually be Christians."
Today, in the History of Christianity, we are looking at "The Imperial Church - The Impact of the New Order" (Part 1) from Dr. Justo L. Gonzalez's fine book, The Story of Christianity (Volume 1).
The most immediate consequence of Constantine's conversion was the cessation of persecution. Until then, even at times of relative peace, Christians had lived under the threat of persecution, and what was for many the hope of martyrdom. After Constantine's conversion, that threat and that hope dissipated. The few pagan emperors who reigned after him did not generally persecute Christians, but rather tried to restore paganism by other means. But the immediate impact of that conversion on the life of the church went far beyond the obvious cessation of persecution. In this regard, a series of imperial edicts granted the church and its leaders' privileges whose echoes may still be seen in some areas in the twenty-first century. One of this was tax exemption for church properties, as well as making it legal to bequeath property to the church. Over the long run, this would mean that the church would come to own vast lands and other riches. The bishops -- at the time there were about eighteen hundred of them - as well as other clergy were also granted exemption from taxes, from military conscription, and from the days of labor that others were forced to devote to public works.
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Tune into episode #7, this Thursday, March 19 at 7pm. We're racing towards vernal equinox with a new moon and a solar eclipse for this part of the world to boot. Time to get all our generative, new life processes in order. Time to choose ease and love over struggle and separation. Go, team.
This month, we're thinking about the incredible challenges that love energy presents. Are we ready for it? I mean, really ready? When love comes to town, it's easy to catch that train, but when love comes with vulnerability, pain, history and fear of loss, how do we dance with that? How do we dance with an idea/emotion/sensation we can barely hold? Spring in the Republic is all about Holy Insecurity; kind and curious, gentle and waiting. We're exploring all the forms of love that MLK taught makes us whole: Eros, Agape, Philia.
Listen in for:
- a conversation with artist, curator, thinker, speaker, writer – David Garneau about his latest project, Moving Forward, Never Forgetting, at the MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina. Co-curated with Michelle LaVallee, the exhibition features creative strategies for decolonizing the museum with a deep and long-term perspective.
- from the Archive – literally! In a recent treasure trove adventure at Toronto's Reference Library, your inquisitive host found 2 audio cassettes with stories by Marie Gaudet, translated from Ojibway by her mother, Rose Logan. Labelled “Equity and Women's Services Library”, I snatched them immediately. We'll hear Marie's story: Moo Iisikaag! (nii-psikaag)/The Cow is Going to Bump Into Me.
- music from Priestess Holly Taya, Emperor Marcel Khalife and more
- text from Rabbi Dennis S. Ross (with a nod to Martin Buber) and 15th century mystic Indian poetess, Mirabai
Who was Jesus? Why is there no historic archaeological evidence of his existence?
Who wrote the Gospels? Why were they written in Greek, rather than Hebrew or Aramaic?
How did the Christian religion come to be centered in Rome? Why were the first Christian pope and earliest saints all members of the Flavius Caesar ruling family?
According to Joseph Atwill, Christianity was forged to put an end to Jewish rebellion: "The effect of Christianity is also recorded within the satire. Its effect was to end the rebellion.", although somehow or other that never happened; the Jews kept rebelling, under bar Kochba, until their national existence was finally destroyed at the hands of pagan Rome. Even though it evidently didn't work, it was intended, he claims, to to this end: "It is clear, therefore, that the religion that was the basis of Western morality was invented for the pacification of slaves." Three Roman emperors, Vespasian, and his sons Titus and Domitian, members of one family, are fingered as the culprits responsible for Christianity:Atwill asserts that Christianity did not really begin as a religion, but a sophisticated government project, a kind of propaganda exercise used to pacify the subjects of the Roman Empire.That's when the 'peaceful' Messiah story was invented. Instead of inspiring warfare, this Messiah urged turn-the-other-cheek pacifism and encouraged Jews to 'give onto Caesar' and pay their taxes to Rome." Although Christianity can be a comfort to some, it can also be very damaging and repressive, an insidious form of mind control that has led to blind acceptance of serfdom, poverty, and war throughout history.
On Thursday March 5th, 2015 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon will
have a discussion on the magical heroic fantasy fiction of British
literary lion Michael Moorcock. Moorcock. Although Moorcock did not coin
the term Multiverse he did much to popularize it in his Elric of
Melnibone series. H.G. Wells used it in Men like Gods, and Richard
Shaver's Red Dwarf called it the "Simultane." Parallel Worlds is perhaps
the best description of it. What Moorcock did coin was the "Chaosphere"
that mace-like symbol of the black ball with eight spearheads emerging
that was adopted by Peter Carroll as the symbol for their Chaos Magick
system. Moorcock's literary concept of the Chaos world is presented as
an ocean of swirling colors and energies dashing against the cliffs of
his fantasy world -- and periodically invading and claiming lands ruled
by the Lords of Law. The Lords of Chaos, one of which is Elric's patron,
play a constant game with men as the pawns. Moorcock was perhaps
influanced by Vance's Cudgel, to create his anti-hero The Albino
ex-emperor Elric of Melnibone, who struggles to overcome the sociopathic
heritage of his race and finally secumbs to it under the influence of
his black-magick sword which is a vampiric weapon with a evil mind of
its own. This was a perfect fictional character for the darkness that
followed the era of the flower children, a presage of the current goth
and black metal fads. Moorcock describes himself as an anarchist and is
a controversial literary figure in Britain. He is presently writing a
Dr. Who novel, his first using someone else's character. So if you want
to discover the magick of Michael Moorcock tune in and we'll navigate
This is a show Dr. Newton has promised to do and so here it is! Right now, we as a people are being strangled and ensared in the Matrix of Admiralty/Commercial Law (U.C.C.).We have to deal with all types of taxes and traffic fines that literally steal our hard earned money. Yet there are ways to pull ourselves out of the U.C.C and place ourselves in common law jurisdiction and this can be done by using the same set of laws that is oppressing and impoverishing us. THIS IS LIKE THE PINK ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM and THE EMPEROR WITHOUT ANY CLOTHES. This show will share strategies that have worked in court....not just remote theory. This show airs Thurs., 3-5-15 at 7 PM PST
To research more on this google the following: Sui Juris-The Uniform Commerical Code Connection for explanation of the commercial law and common law.
Check out Robert Newton's sites: http://www.drroertnewton.com/ and http://www.greatmotivationaltalks.com/.
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Kevin D. Annett (aka. Kevin McNamee-Annett, and Eagle Strong Voice) is a Canadian writer and former minister of the United Church of Canada. He has authored three books about Canadian aboriginals - Love and Death in the Valley, Hidden from History: The Canadian Holocaust and Unrepentant: Disrobing the Emperor. His Ph.D thesis on the topic of the Canadian genocide was blocked by the establishment
This week on That's What He Said the boys take a look at the new Aquaman reveal, the Exploding Kittens card game, Invader Zim news, and how Google got out of trouble. We've also got news on a new Alien film (that might ACTUALLY be good!), more woes for Apple, and the plot for a new Pirates of the Caribbean. Plus, we'll have a review of the season final of Constantine from Lou and Freddy will talk about about his first ever Magic: The Gathering tournament! Join us at 323-693-3811 during the live show!
Don't forget to mark your calendars and set your clocks for the latest Grindhouse installment of Afronerd Radio, airing this Saturday starting at 6pm EST. For the first segment, commonly known as The Comic Shoppe, your hosts Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt would like to welcome noted TV director and comic creator, Eric Dean Seaton to broadcast. Mr. Seaton will discuss his exciting sword and scorcery graphic novel series, Legend of the Mantamaji. Your Podcast Avengers will also address the following pulp cultural issues: Jason Mamoa gives the cyberverse a glimpse of what his Aquaman character will look like for the upcoming Bats vs Supes film; our impressions of the latest in episodic geek TV (i.e. The Flash, Gotham, Agent Carter, Constantine, Arrow, etc); veteran actor and Apollo Creed himself, Carl Weathers might be appearing (his authorized likeness, of course) in Mortal Kombat X; Mark Waid's Strange Fruit comic promises to mix early 20th century racial politics and sci-fi for a 4-part series and lastly, a Newsarama piece posits that the WB might be considering a Latina in the role as Green Lantern for the upcoming JL film.
And now for the second half, check out the latest musings of Dburt and Capt. Kirk for Afronerd Radio airing at 7pm. The topics under the microscope are: former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani questions President Obama's patriotism; TheGrio.com highlights an op-ed that exposes racism in some young alleged liberal circles; a new book by a Harvard sociology professor essentially confirms Geraldo Rivera's "hip hop culture is the problem" thesis; is it possible that a woman who videotapes herself opening toys on Youtube makes 13m a year? And lastly, an Oscar voter opines about the Black snub phenomenon? Call live at 646-915-9620.
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