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  • C David Belt added new listing The Whole Armor of God in Religion
    For we wrestle not against flesh and blood... (King James Bible, Ephesians 6:12) Paul was a Roman. Yes, the apostle was raised a devout Jew and later became...
    For we wrestle not against flesh and blood... (King James Bible, Ephesians 6:12) Paul was a Roman. Yes, the apostle was raised a devout Jew and later became a Christian,... For we wrestle not against flesh and blood... (King James Bible, Ephesians 6:12) Paul was a Roman. Yes, the apostle was raised a devout Jew and later became a Christian, but he was a citizen of the Roman Empire. He lived in a Roman world. In his Epistle to the Ephesians, Paul wrote to an audience of Christians living in a Roman world, under Roman rule. They had all seen Roman legionnaires and were familiar with the armor and weapons carried by a typical Roman soldier. As contemporary Christians, when we think of the whole armor of God, we have a tendency to picture Sir Lancelot on his horse. We are using the wrong imagery. We are missing the powerful symbolism of Paul's analogy. There are deep and specific meanings in each of the symbols Paul uses--symbols that we gloss over or fail entirely to understand--symbols that Paul's audience readily understood. The battle is real, and we must be prepared to stand. More
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    "Though thou seekest not after other gods, yet shalt thou seek the lord of the dead. And behold! Thou shalt find him." from the Book of Marcus Scribonius Roman Britannia,...
    "Though thou seekest not after other gods, yet shalt thou seek the lord of the dead. And behold! Thou shalt find him." from the Book of Marcus Scribonius Roman Britannia, 61 A.D. ... "Though thou seekest not after other gods, yet shalt thou seek the lord of the dead. And behold! Thou shalt find him." from the Book of Marcus Scribonius Roman Britannia, 61 A.D. Marcus Scribonius--a Christian convert of scarcely five years and an Option in the Roman Army, second-in-command of a century of eighty men--has just survived a horrific battle against Boudicca and her Celtic rebels. Although Roman casualties were astonishingly light, one of those casualties was Marcus's beloved commander and mentor. Now serving under the command of a new centurion--who, for reasons Marcus cannot comprehend, already hates him--Marcus and his century are given a secret mission: an armed reconnaissance mission deep into hostile territory to investigate the repeated manifestations of a Celtic god, Arawn, Lord of the Dead. Marcus possesses the Gift of Prophecy, although for the most part, he is unable to understand the prophecies he transcribes onto his scroll. But he does understand two things--he will face Arawn, and a great tribulation will come into his life. That tribulation arrives in the form of a disturbing young woman--Maelona, the slave of his new commander. Maelona frightens Marcus, because she was once one of the terrifying Witches of Mona before she was captured, used, and enslaved. However, a prophecy states that Marcus must protect her at all costs. Along their march deep into Cambria (Wales), Marcus and his century camp near an ancient circle of standing stones. During the night, one of the burial mounds near the stone circle opens, and out of it crawls an ancient horror. And legionnaires begin to die... More
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