The Real History of Christianity: Part III | Face the Truth

The Real History of Christianity: Part III | Face the Truth

Previously on Face the Truth, we took at a look at the history of Christianity after the time of the Apostles in the first century church, discovered a past built on false teachings, lies, and drenched in blood as forewarned by the Lord Jesus Christ and his apostles. Unfortunately, these facts all point to the

First Crusade Part 1 of 2

First Crusade Part 1 of 2

In the Middle Ages, Europe and the Middle East were divided between Christian states, or Christendom, and Muslim states. They were uneasy neighbours, and frequently at war. On the frontline: the Eastern Roman or Byzantine Empire, the major Christian power in the eastern Mediterranean. But in the 11th century, a powerful new force emerged that

How Gods Die (The Collapse of Easter Island)

How Gods Die (The Collapse of Easter Island)

Nothing lasts forever. Eventually we all collapse. Everything atrophies. This universe atrophies. No matter how strong your faith Someday your God will die. It might be dead already. Because we invented it. Our society gave it value and when we crumble, it crumbles with us. To some the idea is morose, depressing even. But to

How Do We Know Christianity is the Correct Religion?

How Do We Know Christianity is the Correct Religion?

Maura Saccuro types in the following there at YouTube Live, Tim: “How do we know Christianity is the correct belief when there’s a sea of religions throughout history since before even Jesus was born?” Right, that is a great question. You know, that was a question that I asked, Cy, many years ago as a

The Image of God and the Whitewashing of Christianity

The Image of God and the Whitewashing of Christianity

So, we look at the image of God, go to the next slide, thanks for that. We go to the next side, it says so God created man in His image still building a foundation He created him in the image of God; He created them male and female. So three things right here, go

The rise and fall of the Byzantine Empire – Leonora Neville

The rise and fall of the Byzantine Empire – Leonora Neville

Most history books will tell you the Roman Empire fell in the fifth century CE. But this would’ve come as a great surprise to the millions of people who lived in the Roman Empire up through the Middle Ages. This medieval Roman Empire, which we usually refer to today as the Byzantine Empire, began in

Living with gods: the 40,000-year-old Lion Man

Living with gods: the 40,000-year-old Lion Man

There are over 4,000 religions existing in the world and 85% of the world’s people are considered to be believers and through time and across the world we have no knowledge of a society that doesn’t have beliefs it seems to be a natural characteristic a product of our hugely inventive minds that we communicate

Most Evil Popes in the History of Mankind

Most Evil Popes in the History of Mankind

As Christianity eventually flourished and spread throughout the Western world, things became complicated. As the faith’s popularity rose, so did the power vested in those who sat in the papal seat. Nowadays we view the Pope as one who guides by example, leading a simple, ethical, and moral life. Yet, over the 2,000 years of

The Crusades – Pilgrimage or Holy War?: Crash Course World History #15

The Crusades – Pilgrimage or Holy War?: Crash Course World History #15

Hi there! My name is John Green; this is Crash Course World History, and today we’re going to talk about the Crusades. Ohhh, Stan, do we have to talk about the Crusades? I hate them… Here’s the thing about the Crusades, which were a series of military expeditions from parts of Europe to the Eastern

What Is Mere Christianity?

What Is Mere Christianity?

I think that it’s helpful to think of the Christian worldview as a web of beliefs, rather like a spider’s web. In a spider’s web there are certain strands of the web that are very central to the web, and then as you radiate outward you have strands that are further and further from the