Tag Archives: Roman Empire

The Perennial Story of Political Corruption

Governments Have Been Corrupt Since Before Christ By William H. Peterson How prevalent has political corruption been over recorded history—and how did it originate? Quite an inkling as to its prevalence and origin can be found in a book written … Continue reading

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Sexuality: The Early Church and the Roman Empire

3 Awful Features of Roman Sexual Morality By Tim Challies October 2016 Whatever else you know about the Bible, I’m sure you know this: It lays out a sexual ethic that displays God’s intent in creating sexuality and that challenges … Continue reading

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Salvian the Presbyter

SALVIAN, THE PRESBYTER By Rousas John Rushdoony  There is no question but that St. Augustine is the far greater church father than Salvian, both in his thinking and in his influence. However, at one point Salvian is clearly Augustine’s superior. … Continue reading

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