Pagans

Pagans

The End of Traditional Religion and the Rise of Christianity

Book - 2015
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Looks at the history of the rise of Christianity as experienced by the adherents of the traditional religions of the ancient world who directly experienced the major disruptions brought about by the rise of what they viewed as an upstart cult.
Publisher: New York : Ecco, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers [2015]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780061845352
0061845353
Characteristics: x, 273 pages ; 24 cm

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WilliamEarlVinyard
Feb 09, 2017

Reading this I have found out that our 2 political parties here in the United States goes all the way back to ancient Rome. And that they have been fighting for a long time trying to push their ideas off on society. Maybe it is time to change things so that the world came become a better place, seems that it doesn't work to much corruption in both parties. Pe3ople have taken over my library account and are hiding books I checked out I just talked to person first floor and all my books should be associated with my new card I do have all my papers which shows which books I have checked out people better quit using my old card number and setting new pins and taking over my accounts here at this counties library

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WilliamEarlVinyard
Feb 13, 2017

This book lead me to the decision that religion has changed its beliefs due to the massea and what they where worshipping. To control the masses and get people so they would not rebel against their governments which where usually corrupt wanting to impose taxes and force laws upon innocent people that where worshipping what ever God they wanted > Why is it that government can not keep its noses out of peoples business when people worship peacefully and live their life's in harmony with nature

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