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buddhist fucking shits you know what time it is?

HAIBUTSU KISHAKU
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>>1709914
>not reciting the name of the Amida Buddha and receiving salvation

Native faith fucking shits get out of my country.
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Buddhism is the single best thing that ever happened to that shitty little island. They'd be nothing without it.
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>>1709914
>You are against Buddhism because it is a foreign religion and want to separate Buddhism from Shinto
>You declare yourself Neo-Confucianist, which clearly is not a foreign religion/philosophy from China.
>WE WUZ SHINTO SHAMANS 'N SHIT

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Nice to e-meet you.
I'm Japanese.
I can't speak English well, so I depend on a translation site.
My English may be strange English.

There is much bad rumor about the Japanese military, but I'd like to insist on Japanese innocence about a comfort woman problem this time.

Please see this animation.

https://youtu.be/ggQaYD37Jm4
https://youtu.be/5Is6FbT5leM
https://youtu.be/ssAy5wtEQz4


I insist hard that Japan is innocent‼‼
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Nothing wrong with comfort women to begin with. Raping people you defeated is a fun wartime activity.

t. Russian.
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>>1709937
No it's barbaric and uncivilised.

t. Britbong
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>>1709947
War is inherently barbaric.

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Why was this important and why don't Mexicans seem to know what it is?
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Well I read the treaty and can't seem to figure out why some Mexicans think US land belongs to them. Are they just really ignorant?
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Modern mexicans are the descendants of uneducated dirt poor farmers who probably barely even knew there was a war.
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Mexicans are as ignorant as the average american

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What stories can /his/ tell me about these men? I remember hearing that these people live some very fascinating lives. One story is that allegedly a chessmaster played for his life in a Russian prison against Stalin/Lenin/Trotsky, though I don't know how reliable that is.
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bump before bed
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>>1709706

Ehh, most of them have, at most, an interesting anecdote or two, and a lot of them don't make sense if you're not a chessplayer yourself. I mean like, Botvinnik had a row with Averbakh, wouldn't speak to him socially for years, because Averbakh once had a position where he grabbed a queen for an easy endgame and a resignation rather than doing a forced 9 move checkmate, which offended Botvinnik's sense of chess purity.

I know Fischer once claimed that he almost didn't believe Euwe...
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i heard that the first worldchampion wilhelm steinitz once drunkenly challenged god to play against him with one pawn less because there was no competitor at his time

albert einstein was kinda disappointed that the second world champion emmanuel lasker almost exclusively used his amazing intellect for chess although he was mathematically talented as well

the third worldchampion raul capablanca claimed to calculate 25 moves in advance in the endgame

the fourth champion alexander alekhine seemed to be somewhat of a nazi sympathiser at least he seemed to...
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>we wuz alexander the great n shiet
Why do macedonians think they're Greek or related to Alexander at all? Where did this wewuzism come from?
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Serbian brainwashing
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Serbian brainwashing after WWII. It was an attempt to destroy everything Bulgarian in the region.
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>>1709588

They are about as related to Alexander the great as modern Greeks are.

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Why was bloodletting such a popular medical procedure?

I was reading about Queen Victoria and her father was basically killed by English doctors who insisted on an extreme regiment of bloodletting for a minor ailment. His niece, Princess Charlotte, also died in childbirth because the doctors insisted on bloodletting during her delivery. Surely they must have observed positive effects occasionally or why else would medical professionals continue to recommend bloodletting if all it did was kill their patients? These were the most esteemed doctors in all of England too,...
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>>1709501
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humorism
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humorism#Medicine
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Superstition is a powerful force
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>>1709501

Those bloodletting """"doctors"""" are one of the world's biggest trolls. They are the modern equivalent of a self-certified doctor telling you that shooting yourself will gradually make you bullet proof.

What's the funniest part is that these """"doctors"""" could kill anyone they wanted with bloodletting without even being questioned about their practices.

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Why do Calvinists believe in Satan? Doesn't their version of God already take care of that tempting people to sin stuff?
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>>1709402
Lucifer/ Satan is an established character in Christian scripture. His power and role in people's lives varies from in every denomination.
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>>1709402
>Cucklic wonders why
Look, we tried to reboot Jew-free (see Meister Eckhart), but like your overlords always do, you papists threatened to burn it all to the ground if we did. So here we are, limping along years later, and like a spurned woman, you blame all the consequences of your fickle behavior on us. Such is life.
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>>1709499
nigger wat

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Redpill me on flanged maces
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>>1709370

A symbol of authority rarely used on an actual battlefield. The medieval equivalent of a $50,000 double-barrel shotgun that somebody buys just to hang on a wall.
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>>1709370
>get flanged mace to terrify filthy peasants
>get called to arms
>fighted armoured knights
>flanges get stuck in armour
>now armed with but a shitty arming sword
>die to superior warhammer
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>>1709396
>warhammer
More like poorhammer am I right macebros

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What's up with the American lack of assault/shock in battle?

Whenever I look over civil war battles, all I see are hour long gunfights, and I've heard that's what happened in Iraq and Vietnam too.
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Americans for the most part are fellows worshippers in the Anglo-Saxon Cult of the Rifle. Leaveshock for the lesser countries.
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>>1709363

>ITT: Anon reveals that he didn't know battles could last longer than 1 hour
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>>1709376
Any more info on the cult of the rifle?

>Freedom of worship is meant to protect nearly every odd form of belief, but it does not allow believers to impose their faith on others. Yet historically, even those who were agnostic, argues Ivan Krastev, chairman of the Center for Liberal Strategies, came from religious backgrounds and asked religious questions. “But today, agnostics come from secular households,” he said, with little conception of what religious belief means or entails.

>Charles Moore, a British author who has written deeply about religion and...
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>>1709115
I attempt to understand religious belief every time I try to understand myself, as until recently I was a believer

>Without a belief in God, he said, “it’s more likely that your ultimate belief will become meaningless.”
This is not a reason to believe in God. I find the concept of objective morality unsatisfactory anyways. It being objective solely because God mandated it only makes it seem more arbitrary. I prefer a more down to earth approach: Will I benefit more from...
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>>1709200
*the Christian God
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I went to a Catholic Highschool and studied various religions there and outside of school. I was always surrounded by religious people throughout my life, especially when I went to University.

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Am I operating my brain, or is my brain operating me?
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>>1708634
You operate your brain, to control the own mind is called intellect, using the force to operate. The brain controls you if you let it, reacting instead of being proactive, not being conscious and aware
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That is one handsome gorilla. I want to have sex with it.
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>>1708634
Got a big surprise for you, karl. You are your brain. There is no separation as far as anyone can know.

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What is the comfiest time and place in history?
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british landed gentry
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1300 Venice
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Now's the best time it's ever been to be alive

>"All religions are attempting to describe the same indescribable divine reality"

How did this idea become so popular?
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>>1708547
When they couldn't handle the banter
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>>1708547
didn't you read that part in the koran where it describes mohammed beheading a christian and raping his wife, then disembowling the wife, and being rewarded by allah for it?

I'm pretty sure only divine inspiration could have made that so similar to the buddhist koans that describe peace as the highest virtue
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>>1708547
Long distance phone calls got cheaper

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Daily reminder that Eternal Recurrence is real.
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>ywn leave 4chan
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i don't get it. so plato is alive right now according to this
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>>1708540

Yep, this is the only thing that keeps me from killing myself, I'd be stuck reliving this shitty life forever. Have to make enough good to outweigh the bad before I die.

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how much of this is true?
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>>1708538
The one about him having one testicle is a baseless rumor
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>>1708538
Hitler's nephew was such a conniving cuntish coward.
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>>1708776
In 1933, William Patrick Hitler returned to Germany in an attempt to benefit from his uncle's rise to power. His uncle found him a job at the Reich Credit Bank in Berlin. Later, William worked at an Opel automobile factory, and later still as a car salesman. Dissatisfied with these jobs, William persisted in asking his uncle for a better job, writing to him with blackmail threats that he would sell embarrassing stories about the family to the newspapers unless his "personal circumstances" improved.

In...
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i feel bad for sapho
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Why? She's essentially immortal through her poetry. People still know of her thousands of years after her death.
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>>1708699
>>1708408
because betas love to feel bad for whores
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>>1708886
t. beta

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Why is life so unfair?
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>Spain's greatest monarch
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At least he got to shoot a lot of guns and hang out in the woods.
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I feel worse for the woman who married him.

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There are tons of explanations or solutions to this problem

Does a single one of them actually make you feel good or content in its answer?
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>>1707961
Nope, all the consistent ones turn god into a mindless zombie that barely deserves the title "god"
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I am nt sure why you would expect any answer to "the problem of evil" that would necessarily make you feel good or content.
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>>1707981
Because if you don't truly feel content in the answer, it puts your faith into question. Will God actual accept your belief if you have misgiving and doubts about things like this? It means that on some subconscious level, you resent God

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Was Vietnam the most boring major war of the 20th century? When I think about Vietnam, everything that comes to my mind is American soldiers walking through the jungle for days, playing a cat and mouse game against the Viet Cong and its allies. After weeks of looking for the enemy, they would eventually find them and raid their villages with helicopters, burn everything down and that's it. Until some new VC cell appeared, and this would have to repeat.

Only some important offensives like Tet did have conventional warfare. but most of this war was guerrilla warfare....
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>>1707408
I'm sure it wasn't boring to the people crawling through narrow tunnels and worrying about falling into punji traps
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>>1707415
Well for the spectator it's a very boring war.
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>>1707496
I have the same problem with the island hoping campaign in ww2. doesn't matter in what form the media comes in it usually puts me to sleep.

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> spent billions on super ultra mega ship
> it's too expensive to use it in a real war
Seriously? This shit is beyond autistic. Was there greatest waste of money in history of everything?!
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Regal ship Vasa
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>beyond autistic
absolutely
>greatest waste of money in history
possibly, the only other that comes to mind is the field of cloth of gold when Henry VIII spent shit loads of money to build a temporary palace just to party with Francis I and improve relations, then makes an alliance with Charles V later that year
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>>1707144

A quick glance at Wikipedia reveals that the BB-35 Texas saw a shitload of war. WTF are you talking about.

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So before napoleon cannons were never used effectively to decimate tight infantry formations ?
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>>1706984
Why do you think medieval pike formations died?
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>>1706984
there is no effective difference in cannons between the Thirty Years War and the American Civil War.

the only difference is the amount of cannons an economy could produce and the army could field.
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>>1706994
Because of bayonets becoming common but even then tight infantry formations were a thing for centuries to come.

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How many of his prophecies have come true?
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>>1706864
6 million times, 6 gorrillian times over.
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>Make a lot of really vague prophecies that could literally fucking mean anything
>Don;t date them, so they can never be shown NOT to have happened.
>Get taken seriously by people

Well played, Nostradamus.
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That looks like a Yu-gi-oh card.

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Pontious Pilate did nothing wrong
Fuck Jebus
Go Rome
Fuck Judea
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>>1706862
we all did something wrong, anon............
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>>1706865
Reeeee
Christcucks out
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>>1706877

What do you think happened to the Roanoke settlers?
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Probably attacked and absorbed into a local tribe.
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>>1706840
Destroyed by Injuns.

But shitlibs will try to tell me with a straight face that they peacefully decided to join the local tribe(s)
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I suspect they pushed inland after a hurricane wiped out the colony, trying to find undevastated place to live and. Their are intriguing hints of European penetration into inland Carolinas and possibly Georgia that show that some of them MAY have gotten a fair ways inland, presumably merging with or being killed by local tribes along the way somewhere.

But where they were sitting was basically wearing a really a big "Hey hurricanes, kick our asses!" sign around their necks.

Are you interested in a specific historical period and region or are you spreading your historical interests thinly on many eras?
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20th century history and bronze age.

A little bit of classical for taste.
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>>1706837
late prehistoric era, mid-classical era, renaissance, 00s-30s and 50s-70s are my favorites but really I like all history.
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Right know i'm interested in japanese story, specially prior to the shogun era.

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Why was it called the Final Solution if they planned it all along?
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>>1706805
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jK-NcRmVcw
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Who's they? The Germans? The Nazis?

In either case they didn't.

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How popular and widespread was coffee consumption in Europe prior to the New World and the large coffee plantations established therein?
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>The earliest substantiated evidence of either coffee drinking or knowledge of the coffee tree is from the 15th century, in the Sufi monasteries of Yemen. By the 16th century, it had reached the rest of the Middle East, Persia, Turkey, Horn of Africa, and northern Africa. Coffee then spread to the Balkans, Italy and to the rest of Europe, to Indonesia and then to America.

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>>1706652
When were plantations established there? All I remember about coffee history in Europe is that in central Europe coffee got popular after lifting the Ottoman siege of Vienna when christian coalition captured Turkish supplies which were unsurprisingly full of the beans.
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>>1706652
Coffee became popular in the 16th century.

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Can we talk about the snowniggers a bit? Not the VIKINGR RAID LOL GET WRECKED BUTTFUCKED FAGGOTS LOL SUCKED but the majority of them who were farmers and craftsmen? I'd like to get some books on them and all I can ever really find is stuff on the Vikingr themselves. While interesting, I'm more interested in domestic life and that.

Any recommendations? Any discussion to be had about the Scandinavians?
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The North did nothing wrong, the Southern North Sea empire had no right to secede
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The Icelandic sagas sometimes hint a bit into the life of the people in the backround of the grand tales, for example Auðuns tale is about a farmer who bought a polar bear and traveled to the pope to show him. It shows some customs and looks into the life of the Norse
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Keep in mind that most Viking seafarers were traders, not raiders.

They did for Northern Europe what the Italian merchant states did for Southern Europe.

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>when you realize that you don't actually have to obey Paul the same way you have to obey Christ
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>>1706449
fuck off back to facebook
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you don't have to obey anything or anyone, anon. your conscious will is unconstrained.
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>>1706454
Is facebook filled with discussion about the inspiration or lack thereof of the letters of Paul the Apostle?

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">Us Christians dindu nuffin! We preserved the legacy of Antiquity n shiet".
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>The anti-paganism policy of Constantine the Great evolved from the initial prohibition on the construction of new temples and the toleration of pagan sacrifices, to orders for the looting and the tearing down of the temples by the end of his reign.
>There were also frequent episodes of ordinary Christians destroying, pillaging, desecrating, andvandalizing many of the ancient pagan temples, tombs, groves, and monuments,

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I don't really disagree with your point but just fyi Ramsay MacMullen has a very poor academic reputation. There's a reason none of his recent works were submitted for peer review.
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>>1706412
>MacMullen, Ramsay has a very poor academic reputation

>"When MacMullen was honored for a lifetime of scholarly achievement at the 2001 annual meeting of the American Historical Association with the Award for Scholarly Distinction, the award citation called him "the greatest historian of the Roman Empire alive today."[1] With important new books published in 2006 and 2009 and 2011 at the ages of 78 and 81 and 83, he remains a powerful voice...
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>>1706307
It's a shame we'll never get to read just how badly Julian the Apostate BTFO of Christianity.


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