The success of Christianity in the Roman Empire was also the harsh defeat of a much older religion. Egypt in the 4th century was the battleground. Christians were also split among themselves, with Athanasius of Alexandria the pivotal figure in that vicious internal struggle. And some Egyptians continued to resist the long Roman occupation. But what finally happened to the last priests of the old ways, with their ancient temples and decaying cults? Did they just accept defeat? Or did at least one of them forge an unexpected response, traces of which are still to be discovered today ? Film-texts are in the format of a film-script, but are not designed for actual film production. They are intended to be read and imagined, and play with a variety of familiar film genres, including romantic comedy, political thriller, and tourist guide: a kind of fantasy travel souvenir. This one was written in the shadow of the occupation of Iraq. Other NCQ film-texts are set in Athens, Prague, Rome, Venice, and Budapest.
A Letter To Godfrey Higgins, Esq. Chiefly In Reference To Certain Arguments Unfavourable To The Christian Priesthood And The Christian Religion
This book, "A letter to Godfrey Higgins, Esq. Chiefly in reference to certain arguments unfavourable to the christian priesthood and the christian religion," by George Wyatt, Godfrey Higgins, is a replication of a book originally published before 1829. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.
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