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Council of Nicaea | Theory Of Irony

The stage was set, in 312 AD, for one of the most surreal, maybe miraculous events in history. The Western Caesar Constantine started marching his army of perhaps forty thousand over the Alps and into Italy, the home turf of his nemesis, a Roman Usurper named Maxentius.  270 more words

History

Cinema: Decline of an Empire (2014)

Finding a film about ancient Rome is never hard. Finding a film about anything Byzantine is quite the opposite. Consequently, when one does unearth a film about something byzantine with it feels necessary to watch it. 1,129 more words

Meet Ian Ross

When I was at school we learned about the Roman invasion of Britain in AD43 and Boadicea’s revolt in AD60 and then we drew pictures of villas and hypocausts until we came to the Roman withdrawal in 410.   166 more words

1-26-2015 Bible Study – The Ekklesia; Past, Present, and Future Study 14

1-26-2015 Ekklesia Study 14 – worksheet

1-26-2015 The Ekklesia Study 14 audio

Continuation of the 10 symbolic illustrations of the Ekklesia

Heir and his joint heirs – Romans 8:17 – Christians have an inheritance waiting for us.  233 more words

Bible Study

UPDATED with the THIRD VIDEO: SILENT WEAPONS FOR QUIET WARS: USELESS EATERS vs. NEW WORLD ORDER, Part Three, by Bradley Loves

Okay, friends, let’s go back to the “other side” of the brain, and take a rest from the Esoteric side of things. Thus, we shall continue from page 7 of SW for QW. 2,196 more words

Illuminati/Terrorism/Corruption

Katherine of Alexandria/Decline of an Empire

I have a lot of time to catch up on films and television series at the moment, so there’s that at least. Recently I watched… 1,402 more words

Feature

Street Art, York Style!

A rather fine example of public art in York situated near the south transept of the minster. The statue was commissioned in 1998 by York Civic Trust and was made by the renowned sculptor Philip Jackson. 40 more words

Public Art