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Kriminalgeschichte Des Christentums
Kriminalgeschichte des Christentums 9: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Before the volume’s actual beginning, a reply to the anthology Criminalisation of Christianity? Herbert Falk added it Aug 30, It illustrates the genesis of Christianity and its ascension to the Roman state religion. Lists with This Book. Likewise, the Church Fathers xeschner according to Deschner – agitated against heretics and misbelievers.
Salphone added it Nov 04, Abaddon75 rated it really liked it Sep 25, Unlike the other volumes, which used a chronological approach, Deschner organised this volume according to so-called crime key aspects, which he identifies in the following areas:. Furthermore, Deschner describes Constantine’s actions in the battle against Jews, “heretics” and Pagans.
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Partial or complete translations of this work have been published in Italian,  Spanish, Greek, Polish, and Russian. Deschner writes kriminalgwschichte the Staufer -emperor Henry VIwho aimed for global dominance even without papal blessing, and about the most powerful pope of history, Innocent III. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.
Learn more about Amazon Prime. He describes the many death penalties the Torah stipulates for religious offences, King David’s policy of conquest, the ruling and corruption of the priests, and finally the decline of the state of Israel in Roman times.
Popes excommunicated each other, some were thrown in prison, strangled, mutilated, poisoned. Mischi marked it as to-read Jan 16, And finally, Augustine, who positioned “patriotism above the love of a father for his son” page and sanctioned “just war” as well as “holy war”.
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Leviathan rated it it was amazing Sep 03, In the introduction to the complete works, which is the beginning of the first volume, Deschner explains his intention by starting with what is not to be found in his work: Thorsten added it Jun 27, Mischi rated it it was amazing Jan 16,