• The Aquila Report | 9/7/2019 | Staff
    Because Emperor Constantine confessed himself to be a Christian and Theodosius later made Christianity the official religion of the empire, significant numbers of people now began to attend church...
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  • byztex.blogspot.com | 7/22/2019 | Staff
    9 comments: Excellent topic near to my heart. Context - Orthodoxy - Experience - Subject - Way In the context of Orthodoxy, in my experience the subject is difficult because of the way Orthodoxy was...
    991 views vpp1219
  • Juicy Ecumenism | 12/21/2018 | Mark Tooley
    In a recent interview a Capitol Hill LGBTQ Episcopal Church priest, when asked what historical event she would change, responded: The Battle of the Milivian Bridge.
    399 views Les7799
  • Blog & Mablog | 2/27/2018 | Douglas Wilson
    “As noted, the American form of the Westminster Confession redrew the boundary, not requiring establishment, but requiring that the state recognize and protect ‘the church of our common Lord.
    535 views KimmyPoo
  • Leithart | 1/30/2018 | Staff
    Someone asked me recently about my views on church and state. I replied that I advocate a “Christendom model” of church-state relations. Then I proceeded to qualify.
    185 views kims
  • ChurchLeaders.com | 9/29/2017 | Staff
    I mentioned in an earlier post Darrell Guder’s definition of Christendom as the “centuries in which Western civilization considered itself formally and officially Christian” (Missional Church, pp.
    699 views kimberly163
  • Crisis Magazine | 9/11/2017 | John Horvat II
    Many believe that Christendom was a rigid and brutal order. In medieval times, we are told that tyranny ruled, and the Church and the nascent State were constant rivals in the pursuit of dominance.
    595 views ashb0101
  • First Things | 3/20/2017 | Carl R. Trueman
    A phone call last week from a pastor friend brought this strange report: One of the leading figures of American Evangelicalism had described me to him (apparently with considerable passion) in terms...
    244 views Matty123
  • WSJ | 10/19/2015 | Bret Stephens
    The death of Europe is in sight. Still hazy and not yet inevitable, but nevertheless visible and drawing nearer—like a distant planet in the lens of an approaching satellite.
    214 views Goobee

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