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Search for Religion in the 1860s

COMMENT: Concerning the post today of the “Decline and Fall of Religion?” I nearly fell out of my seat when you mentioned 1860 as a cyclic date. You mentioned [...]

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Afterlife & Psychic Powers

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Armstrong, I, like most of your followers, read your findings, with great interest! You are, most definitely, Providing that, which is sorely [...]

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Has the Freedom of Religion been Destroyed in France?

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 [...]

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Were the Crusades just for Plunder & Money?

QUESTION: Were the Crusades inspired by economics? You mentioned how Venice looted Constantinople. Thank you for making history interesting KR ANSWER: To [...]

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Christian Persecution Celebrated on Roman Coins

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; The Romans seem to have issued coins to celebrate everything. Did they ever issue coins celebrating the Christian persecutions? ZR ANSWER: [...]

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Do the Democrats Hold an Anti-Religion Position?

The Podesta emails revealed a real anti-Catholic and anti-Evangelic religious position in the Democratic Party. For the party that was founded by the slave owner [...]

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Is Trump's Ban on Islam a Normal Reaction?

Armstrong Economics/PEI has always been a very diverse company with clients and staff from all around the world. We have every race, religion, and social status [...]

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Do You Believe in God?

I was asked an interesting question: “Do you believe in God?” I think most people believe in some form of a higher being and the exact form will differ around [...]

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