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The Arian Christian Doctrines : The Origins of Christianity
by Charles D. Levy MM and Institute for Metaphysical Studies Inc




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The word 'Arian' should not be confused with the word 'Aryan', which is derived from Hindu philosophy and was inaccurately used by the German, NAZI party as the basis for its racist and anti-Semitic philosophy. The word 'Arian' was derived from the name of Saint Arius of Alexandria (in Egypt). Although the word was derived from the name of St Arius, the word 'Arian" was coined by the Catholic Church as a pejorative name designed to define the heresy of those Christians who did not accept the Roman Catholic concept of the Holy Trinity and the divinity of Jesus. The term was used against those who would think for themselves. This book is an attempt to right the record and bring back to Christianity the broad range of views that prevailed before the Romans co-opted the Christian Religion and turned it into a political arm of the Roman Empire. How does a person know if he or she is an Arian Christian or not? If you have ever asked the question, "What would Jesus do?" you are probably an Arian Christian. Why would a person ask what Jesus would do as a personal guide, if they believed that Jesus was God? Who would ask what God would do as a resolution to a personal problem when ordinary people do not have the powers of gods? Are you an Atheist or a person with secular views who accepts the Golden Rule of 'Do unto others as you would have them do unto you' as a moral guide? Do you accept Jesus' moral, philosophical, guidelines without all the 'hocus pocus'? Do you consider yourself 'not' a Christian because others say that you are not? It shouldn't matter, because it did not matter to Jesus.

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Overview

The word 'Arian' should not be confused with the word 'Aryan', which is derived from Hindu philosophy and was inaccurately used by the German, NAZI party as the basis for its racist and anti-Semitic philosophy. The word 'Arian' was derived from the name of Saint Arius of Alexandria (in Egypt). Although the word was derived from the name of St Arius, the word 'Arian" was coined by the Catholic Church as a pejorative name designed to define the heresy of those Christians who did not accept the Roman Catholic concept of the Holy Trinity and the divinity of Jesus. The term was used against those who would think for themselves. This book is an attempt to right the record and bring back to Christianity the broad range of views that prevailed before the Romans co-opted the Christian Religion and turned it into a political arm of the Roman Empire. How does a person know if he or she is an Arian Christian or not? If you have ever asked the question, "What would Jesus do?" you are probably an Arian Christian. Why would a person ask what Jesus would do as a personal guide, if they believed that Jesus was God? Who would ask what God would do as a resolution to a personal problem when ordinary people do not have the powers of gods? Are you an Atheist or a person with secular views who accepts the Golden Rule of 'Do unto others as you would have them do unto you' as a moral guide? Do you accept Jesus' moral, philosophical, guidelines without all the 'hocus pocus'? Do you consider yourself 'not' a Christian because others say that you are not? It shouldn't matter, because it did not matter to Jesus.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781453764619
  • ISBN-10: 1453764615
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: August 2010
  • Page Count: 164
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.51 x 0.35 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.43 pounds


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