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|Author||: S. D. Lake|
|Total Pages||: 128|
Download The Pagans Are Revolting Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Many people today wonder how America has fallen so far from grace in its institutions of business and government. In "The Pagans Are Revolting," author S.D. Lake points to the influence that paganism and secular humanism has had on culture in the United States. Lake presents examples to show there is a dangerous trend toward anti-Christian policies in the United States, and that those who don't believe in a God or a supreme being are revolting and stealing the next generation of Americans out from under Christian believers. "The Pagans Are Revolting" discusses how this dismantling of fundamental beliefs has left the country in a moral crisis. Lake shows how the country has been infiltrated by forces not friendly to the American constitution and the fundamental beliefs of its founding fathers, and he demonstrates how radical judicial opinions now take precedent over the voted will of the people. A culmination of observations about the state of today's society, "The Pagans Are Revolting" encourages people of faith to take a stand for what has traditionally been the American way of life in order to ensure a solid future for the country and its mental health.
|Author||: Paulus Orosius|
|Publsiher||: Lulu Press, Inc|
|Total Pages||: 135|
Download History Against the Pagans Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Paulus Orosius’s masterpiece is Historiae Adversus Paganos, the only history book that he wrote, which allow us to gain an insight into the historiographical methodology of the Spanish priesthood. It is not possible to be certain as to when it was written as there is no single theory that is unanimously accepted by all historians.
|Author||: Jonathan D. Teubner|
|Publsiher||: Taylor & Francis|
|Total Pages||: 96|
|Genre||: Literary Criticism|
Download Augustine of Hippo s The City of God Against the Pagans Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The City of God against the Pagans is a central text in the Western intellectual tradition. Made up of twenty-two lengthy books, Augustine wrote his masterpiece over a thirteen-year period during which the Western Roman Empire began to unravel. The first ten books are a critique of pagan religion and philosophy, while books eleven to twenty-two treat the relationship between the City of God and the Earthly City. Throughout Augustine conveys his mature vision of what it means for a Christian to live in a world with evil. Its arguments and ideas have provoked debate for nearly 1600 years, and remains a central text in the disciplines of theology, historiography, and political theory.
|Author||: Arnobius (of Sicca.)|
|Publsiher||: Paulist Press|
|Total Pages||: 294|
Download Arnobius of Sicca the Case Against the Pagans Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This is in many ways the most remarkable patristic document now extant, the last surviving apology composed before the end of the persecutions. +
|Author||: Alberto Frigo|
|Publsiher||: Springer Nature|
|Total Pages||: 234|
Download Inexcusabiles Salvation and the Virtues of the Pagans in the Early Modern Period Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This thought provoking book deals with religious scholarship and important controversies of the early modern period, specifically those relating to the question of the salvation of the pagans and the afterlife. From the Reformation, through the Renaissance and on to the seventeenth and eighteenth century, this was a time when religious scholarship was updated with the discoveries of the New World and colonial expansion. These chapters present new work, shedding light on the interplay of philosophy and theology in key thinkers such as Montaigne, Leibniz, Bayle and Spinoza, but also in less known authors such as Gianfrancesco Pico della Mirandola and Sebastian Castellio. Readers will discover analysis of the reshaping of specific theological issues, focussing on the reception of ancient philosophical traditions such as Platonism, Aristotelianism, Stoicism, Epicureanism, and scepticism. The authors investigate the relationship between the ethical models inspired by the heroes and philosophers of antiquity and the ‘new philosophy’. Above all, this book enables exploration of the ways in which discussions of the salvation and virtues of pagans intersected with the early modern reception of ancient philosophy, including a reassessment of the question of the moral status of unbelievers in the early modern period. Students and faculty working on early modern intellectual history will find that this book both inspires and enriches their knowledge. Those with an interest in Renaissance humanism, the history of early modern philosophy and science, in theology, or the history of religion will also appreciate the new contributions that it makes.
|Author||: Marianne Saghy,Edward M. Schoolman|
|Publsiher||: Central European University Press|
|Total Pages||: 382|
Download Pagans and Christians in the Late Roman Empire Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Do the terms ?pagan? and ?Christian,? ?transition from paganism to Christianity? still hold as explanatory devices to apply to the political, religious and cultural transformation experienced Empire-wise? Revisiting ?pagans? and ?Christians? in Late Antiquity has been a fertile site of scholarship in recent years: the paradigm shift in the interpretation of the relations between ?pagans? and ?Christians? replaced the old ?conflict model? with a subtler, complex approach and triggered the upsurge of new explanatory models such as multiculturalism, cohabitation, cooperation, identity, or group cohesion. This collection of essays, inscribes itself into the revisionist discussion of pagan-Christian relations over a broad territory and time-span, the Roman Empire from the fourth to the eighth century. A set of papers argues that if ?paganism? had never been fully extirpated or denied by the multiethnic educated elite that managed the Roman Empire, ?Christianity? came to be presented by the same elite as providing a way for a wider group of people to combine true philosophy and right religion. The speed with which this happened is just as remarkable as the long persistence of paganism after the sea-change of the fourth century that made Christianity the official religion of the State. For a long time afterwards, ?pagans? and ?Christians? lived ?in between? polytheistic and monotheist traditions and disputed Classical and non-Classical legacies. ÿ