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Do any Christian groups today have esoteric teachings about the Great Pyramid of Giza?

That the Great Pyramid contains hidden messages for Christians. Certainly this! The Unitarian Paulician Church gives us this wisdom: The Great Pyramid encodes false illumination and enlightenment, ...
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Did Jesus write a letter to King Abgar of Edessa?

Did Jesus write a letter to King Abgar of Edessa? The short answer is no. But that does not mean the some Early Church Christians believed in this pius legend. Although a fake, the Abgar Letter was ...
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Can somebody summarize the different "branches" of Christianity to me, and explain why they exist in the first place?

Consider these (and many other) verses: Matthew 24:5 — For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many. Matthew 24:11 — And many false prophets shall rise, and shall ...
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Can somebody summarize the different "branches" of Christianity to me, and explain why they exist in the first place?

The primary cause of the creation of the vast number of man-made denominations in Christianity can be attributed to the neglecting of scriptural instruction as admonished in a single verse: 2 Timothy ...
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Were the Nazis "real" Christians?

In The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, William Shirer wrote: … under the leadership of Rosenberg, Bormann and Himmler — backed by Hitler —the Nazi regime intended to destroy Christianity in Germany,...
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Were the Nazis "real" Christians?

We are all 'Nazis' in God's eyes. ...before having faith. Romans 3:9-18 What then? are we better than they? No, in no wise: for we have before proved both Jews and Gentiles, that they are all under ...
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Were the Nazis "real" Christians?

Were the Nazis "real" Christians? The true and authentic Nazis were not Christians. However the masses under the Nazis regime could still be considered Christians. Adolf Hitler's religious ...
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Is Pilate being portrayed as a "good guy "?

https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/daily/pontius-pilate-and-the-jerusalem-aqueduct/ Here's an article from 2021 connecting the fairly recently discovered aqueduct system from the Beir spring into ...
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Is Pilate being portrayed as a "good guy "?

I am not certain this is the right place to ask your question. I see how it is an interesting question, but as far as I know there are no parts of Christianity where the Bible isn't seen as the word ...
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When, how, and in what form was Catherine of Siena's "Dialog" originally published?

The Dialogue (Libro della divina dottrina or Book of Divine Doctrine, vernacularly called the Dialogue of Divine Providence) was dictated to secretaries who wrote it down when she was in ecstasy. The ...
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Looking for sources of Mediaeval church architecture that shows and\or explains hard to find architectural church additions?

One word for an outdoor pulpit is the Italian "ambone", although further research suggests that (at least in Italian) the word can be applied to interior or exterior structures. The first ...
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