Category Archive: Christian History

Jul 29

William Branham’s Seven Visions of America

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William Marion Branham was one of the early pioneers of the Pentecostal movement. His ministry was confirmed with mighty signs and wonders. He had seven major continuous visions that came to him one Sunday morning in June 1933. These revelatory visions appear designed to unfold in successive order over many decades.         …

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Dec 24

Rome’s Purge of Christians in the Military

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Throughout history, a general purging of the military remains a persistent theme in tyrannical regimes. Absolute obedience to the state collective was considered imperative. The ruling elite feared any opposition or usurpation among the armed forces and were the first targets in screening their loyalty. Rome’s greatest purging of Christians in the military began around …

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Sep 28

“NIGHT OF THE DRAGON: THE SAGA OF SAINT GEORGE”

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An intricately woven tapestry of history, legend and folklore that propels us back into a mysterious time; alongside one of the most famous personages to wield a sword.

Sep 18

Biblical Scriptures Regarding Armed Self-Defense

“Turn the Other Cheek” in Context One of the most misunderstood biblical passages concerns the statement by Jesus Christ recorded in Matthew 5:38-39:             “Ye have heard that it hath been said, An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth: But I say unto you, That ye resist not evil: but whosoever …

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Jun 30

Hyperinflation and Tyranny in Diocletian’s Rome

Military Expansion: In 284 C.E. the Senior Augustus, Diocletian expanded the Roman legions fourfold. The empire was at its apex of expansion. The Byzantine author, Lydus, records Diocletian’s army at 389,704 soldiers and 45,562 in the navy fleet. The army had always taken the largest portion of the empire’s budget.

Jun 30

Timeline of Roman Tetrarchy (284-313)

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  November 284 – Diocletian Becomes Emperor.   “Diocles (Diocletian’s original name form) went on with a brief retelling of what had followed. He ended his harangue, pointing an accusing finger at Aper, with the words ‘He is the murderer.’ Aper reacted with the fury of a wounded lion. ‘He is the murderer, not me,’

Feb 28

The Crusades – Definition Versus Myths

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  When the word “Crusade” is injected into a conversation many divergent views and mental images often emerge. Unfortunately, many of the perceived modern myths surrounding the “Crusades” are exactly that, myths.