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The Church of the Empire
versus the Christian Church of North Africa 312 - 430 A. D.
historical analysis of the Church founded by the Roman Emperor
Constantine and the 100 year persecution of the non-conforming Christian
Church of North Africa. Based upon Optatus, Augustine, Eusebius and other documents and histories of the period.
This book focuses on the 4th century Church of Constantine and Augustine in which apostates from the Christian Church became the state church of an evil empire. That
was the foundation of the Worldly Church, which promotes the Secular
Christianity that has persisted through the Protestant Reformation and
down to modern times. Modern secular churches, whether
east or west, whether Protestant or Catholic are the spiritual heirs of
the anti church of the Roman Empire. Absent a real
reformation, they are the enemies of a true Christian Society, that is,
of the Christian community which alone can be properly called the church.
In the time of Eusebius, Constantine's bogus miracle transformed the Prince of Peace into the new war god of the Roman Empire. That marked the beginning of military christianity, of Christianity as an imperial ideology and a fighting faith. The Church of the Empire was an anti church which conformed to the world, which embraced political power and money, just as the churches of the American Empire do today. The State Church was Everybody's Church--a mass church on a minimal basis. The
modern church, which cannot demand morality because it has to remain
popular, is the spiritual heir of the original state church.
official histories have concealed the martyrdom of non-conforming
Christians by the Emperor Constantine in Carthage in 317 A.D. They were thrown down a well for refusing to join the Emperor's anti church. His son Constans did the same thing at the church in Bagaia in 347 A.D. to try and force them to join the official so-called Catholic Church of the Roman Empire. Contrary
to the official history, the Emperor Constantine was a persecutor of
the real Christian Church as were the sons and grandsons who followed
him as emperor.
Later in the 4th century, Augustine
was personally responsible for the attacks by the police and the army
upon the non-conforming Christians of North Africa. As the
chief propagandist for the Imperial Church of North Africa, Augustine
falsified the history of the so-called "donatist" "schism." He labored to construct a new theology for the Church of the Empire, which he justified as the Church of the King's Covenant, the Church of the New Age, etc. by scripture-twisting arguments. Augustine fabricated the Thou art Peter verse now found in Matthew 16.18 to argue for the authority of the so-called "Catholic" bishop of Rome contra the so-called "donatist" bishop of Rome. He fabricated the verses now found in Romans
13.1-7 to justify the authority of the Emperor over the Church and the massacre of Christians to force them into the State Church. (evidence from Optatus of Milevis and other sources) His falsified scriptures are still used by the Worldly Church to justify Secular Christianity.
The Church of the Empire
200 page book
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