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Creation and Redemption in Fr. John S. Romanides’ Ancestral Sin

©James L. Kelley 2017 In “Creation, Fall, and Salvation According to Greek Philosophy in General,” the opening chapter of Fr. John’s Ancestral Sin (pp. 41-50),[1] a Hellenistic view of creation and redemption is contrasted with the Orthodox teachings on the … Continue reading

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James L. Kelley, “Frankish Civilization and the Origins of Anti-Worker Sentiment in the West”

FRANKISH CIVILIZATION AND THE ORIGINS OF ANTI-WORKER SENTIMENT IN THE WEST —James L. Kelley Who were the Franks? In 476 A.D. Romulus Augustulus, the last Western Roman Emperor, was supplanted by the barbarian Odoacer. Many historians have assumed that this … Continue reading

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