This is an excellent post you know. I saw this video of Penn from Penn and Teller…and he asked the same questions. You know, I do tell people. As much as I can or as much as they will listen. Jesus said that all that the Father draws will come to Him. I get really really upset when I think about those I love not being in the same place I am when eternity comes, but at the same time, I have to understand that people make their choices, and yet, at the same time God chooses His own.
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Whenever books are burned men also in the end are burned. Heinrich Heine , Almansor All religious traditions had been tolerated under the Roman Empire, although Christians suffered to some extent because of their sedition. They stated openly that they desired the destruction of the Empire, encouraged soldiers to desert, aparantly assassinated oponents, vandalised sacred monuments and statues, and tried to destroy the city of Rome by means of arson. Christians tried repeatedly to destroy the city of Rome As soon as the Empire became Christian, this toleration ceased. The only writings to be permitted were those supported by the line currently regarded as orthodox.
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History of Christianity Early Church and ecumenical councils Main articles: Ephesus , Asia Minor. The Monastery of St. Matthew , located atop Mount Alfaf in northern Iraq , is recognized as one of the oldest Christian monasteries in existence.
After a couple centuries of stagnation, in the sixteenth century ethical questions are again made the subject of careful investigation. Since the sixteenth century, special chairs of ethics moral philosophy have been funded in many Catholic universities. Among topics they discussed was the ethics of action in case of doubt, leading to the doctrine of probabilism. With the rejection of the doctrine of papal infallibility and the Roman Magisterium as the absolute religious authority, each individual, at least in principle, became the arbiter in matters pertaining to faith and morals. Lutheran Philipp Melanchthon , in his "Elementa philosophiae moralis", still clung to the Aristotelian philosophy strongly rejected by Martin Luther , as did Hugo Grotius in De jure belli et pacis.