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The Decline & Fall of Religion?

By admin / January 7, 2020

In truth, everything has its cycle. There is no escaping this reality upon which the entire universe was created. There has been a steady decline in church membership which has been consistent with perhaps the politically correct movement with the broader societal trends that also manifest in the declining church attendance. There appears to be […]

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France Bans Nativity Scene from Pubic Property

By admin / December 24, 2019

France has banned the display of any Nativity scenes from public property which has many French quite upset that because of the large Muslim population, the very culture of France has been changed. It is interesting that normally people migrate because they want to be part of that culture. That has not been the case […]

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Greta Thunberg the Successor to Jesus Christ?

By admin / October 17, 2019

COMMENT: It is really disgusting that any church would call this girl Greta Thunberg the successor to Jesus Christ when she is linked both to Al Gore and George Soros. HW REPLY: I really find this entire climate nonsense extremely dangerous. The photo of Greta and Soros are fake. It is Soros’ grand scheme and the […]

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Vespasian: “I Think I’m Becoming a God”

By admin / October 15, 2019

QUESTION: Greetings Mr. Armstrong, Do we know if Vespasian meant his last words as ironic or literally? It seems that a man of his history meant it ironically. That he was mocking the Roman idea of the emperors that they would become a god after their death. Thanks, A ANSWER: Vespasian was known for his […]

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Has the Freedom of Religion been Destroyed in France?

By admin / August 16, 2019

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/France-Marian-Procession.mp4 In France, the Catholic Assumption Day, or Assomption in France, is the day in Roman Catholic tradition when Mary, mother of Jesus Christ, was taken bodily up into heaven. It is celebrated on August 15th each year and is a Holy Day of Obligation for Catholics in France. It is also a public holiday with banks and […]

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Islam v Christian

By admin / April 22, 2019

At least 207 people were killed and hundreds more injured on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka. Suicide bombers sought to kill Christians in a coordinated attack simultaneously targeting churches and luxury hotels. The explosions took place miles apart, and the targets included three Christian churches holding Easter services and three hotels. In addition to those who […]

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Persecution – An Economic Symptom?

By admin / February 21, 2019

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Is it true that in Spain under Isabella demanded all Muslims convert or leave Spain? Are we facing such a cycle again when we look at the hostility that is growing over religion? KG ANSWER: That is an interesting question. As far as a major religious uprising, we are probably looking at that […]

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Martin Luther & New Revelations About the Bible

By admin / December 29, 2018

Many people argue about various theories of the Bible. There is one major issue that is rarely ever discussed. The original Bible was written primarily in Hebrew with some portions in Aramaic. It was first translated into Greek, which even in Roman times many believed was the superior language. The Bible was then translated into Latin but […]

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Were the Crusades just for Plunder & Money?

By admin / July 8, 2018

QUESTION: Were the Crusades inspired by economics? You mentioned how Venice looted Constantinople. Thank you for making history interesting KR ANSWER: To understand the Crusades, we have to first look at what was the original justification. The Catholic Church encouraged pilgrimages from the 4th century, but they began really during the 1st-2nd century and built in […]

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Christian Persecution Celebrated on Roman Coins

By admin / July 1, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; The Romans seem to have issued coins to celebrate everything. Did they ever issue coins celebrating the Christian persecutions? ZR ANSWER: Oh yes. The coin above celebrates precisely that — the Christian persecutions. There was a major active campaign of persecuting the Christians during the 3rd century as the barbarians were storming the […]

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