Thursday, 28 January 2010
Not For The Timid: A Difficult Lesson In Modern Day Christendom
Let us begin with fear. Before Constantine assimilated the Christian religion into the collective mind of pagan ritual and acceptance, the followers of the Way endured a great many hardships because of their testimony for Christ. They knew from the beginning what their walk would mean. Jews and Greeks alike, who embraced this strange profession of faith in the resurrection of a crucified criminal in Judea, were considered outcasts, dreamers, and fools.