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The European Witch Hunts

A FEW centuries ago in Europe, the fear of witchcraft led to witch hunts and executions. These occurred largely in France, Germany, northern Italy, Switzerland, and the Low Countries—Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands. 773 more words


New Chapter of Apostate Now Live: The Narrows

Kale Tibrus has reached the Narrows, home of the only free mages in the known world, to begin training with the Archmage! Check out the new chapter  9 more words


Apostate: Trial of a Demigod

Magic, like all power, comes with responsibility. One must never abuse that power, lest they become a monster. In the beginning, magic was a revered gift from the gods, and those that possessed the gift were considered holy. 680 more words

Greater "Sin"cinnati

It’s been a while since I’ve posted one of these. I’m not even sure exactly what tone this WordPress account and corresponding podcast are going to have a month or a year from now, but I guess we shall see. 511 more words

Modern Christianity and the Pagan Cross [Advanced Reading, Solid Food]



In the literal sense, the fastening of a victim either dead or alive to a stake, or pole. The execution of Jesus Christ is the best-known case. 3,232 more words


Apostolic Succession - Is it from the Bible?

Definition: The doctrine that the 12 apostles have successors to whom authority has been passed by divine appointment. In the Roman Catholic Church, the bishops as a group are said to be successors of the apostles, and the pope is claimed to be the successor of Peter. 2,468 more words


Can You Know God by Name?

Being invited to greet and address an important person by name is an honor. Dignitaries are often addressed by titles, such as “Mr. President,” “Your Majesty,” or “Your Honor.” So if someone in high station told you, “Please, just call me by my name,” you would no doubt feel privileged. 2,250 more words