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All Hail the Protestants Part 6: Born in the USA

However Christians today feel about the specific creeds and doctrines of Calvinism, most historians, even many Calvinist apologists, concede that Calvin’s theocracy in Geneva was an example of totalitarian repression, not a model of God’s Divine Government. Continue reading

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All Hail the Protestants Part 2: King Henry VIII

Henry Tudor VIII, King of England, Ireland, Pretender to the French throne, eventual King and uniter of England with Wales, Defender of the Faith, would-be Holy Roman Emperor, was born 28 June 1491. He took his father’s throne on 21 … Continue reading

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