On the 29th of May we mark the 558th year since the fall of the Great City, and still many questions linger. Specifically, why did Mehmed II succeed in taking Constantinople when so many before him had failed? The end of the city has become a point of marked importance in Greek culture and signifies the beginning of a period of enslavement and poverty in the Greek psyche. Why did Constantinople fall?
From Epics of History: More Prisoners of Eternity.
Eight Aspects of Hinduism and Islam, in conjunction with Christianity and how each compare to one another with rules, responsibilities and way of life.
“Crazy Ass Christian” and “bat-shit crazy” are terms I was called in a Triond forum recently when asking a simple question. They seem to find it funny to put down and degrade another.
Genesis 50: 20 You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives.
The Tabernacle, the purported physical dwelling place of the Bible-god, surprisingly reads more like a hotel for dining than a place of worship.