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Could Julian the Apostate Have Defeated Christianity?

Julian the Apostate was the last pagan emperor of Rome. Although he didn't persecute Christians, he did his best to reduce their influence. Could he have suc...

Julian the Apostate - Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Chapter 23 Part 1

Julian is mainly remembered as the last pagan emperor. It is less well remembered that he was born a Christian. He was a sophisticated and intellectual man w...

Emperors of Rome: Julian the Apostate

Emperors of Rome continues with Julian II, better known as the Apostate - the last pagan emperor of Rome.

04. The Christian Roman Empire

The Early Middle Ages, 284--1000 (HIST 210) The emperor Constantine's conversion to Christianity brought change to the Roman Empire as its population gradual...

The Garden of Eden Myth Critiqued by Julian the Apostate (360-363 AD)

The Roman Emperor Julian the Apostate in his book titled Against the Galileans critiqued the Garden of Eden story as a fable. Click on the below url for more...

And then he was called the Apostate

In memory of Julian, last pagan roman emperor.

Prefiguring the End Times: the Era of Julian the Apostate (part 1)

Excellent Sermon on the end times, what to expect or be wary of with the Antichrist.

Art Video....Julian the Apostate Dreamt

As dreamt by Julian the Apostate before he died trying to bring back the ancient Hellenistic Gods. Included here we see Pan, a Kouros, Demetra, Athena, Hecat...

Prefiguring the End Times: the Era of Julian the Apostate (part 2)

Who was Julian the Apostate? How is he a type of the anti Christ? Does those times sound familiar? For more please visit http://www.romans10seventeen.org/ & ...

Prefiguring the End Times: the Era of Julian the Apostate (part 1)

Who was Julian the Apostate? How is he a type of the anti Christ? Does those times sound familiar? For more please visit http://www.romans10seventeen.org/ & ...

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Chabad.org
Mon, 21 Jul 2014 15:30:00 -0700

A new Roman Emperor arose, Julian the Apostate, who was both anti-Christian and favorably inclined toward the Jews in Eretz Israel.Realizing that this peaceful time would not last, Hillel II, the last Nasi of the House of Hillel, convened the Great ...
 
Cleveland Jewish News (blog)
Fri, 18 Jul 2014 15:52:30 -0700

362: The Roman Emperor Julian, known to Christians as Julian the Apostate, left Constantinople and arrived in Antioch to prepare for the invasion of Persia. While preparing for the invasion he met Jewish leaders to whom he promised he would re-build ...
 
Patheos (blog)
Mon, 21 Jul 2014 04:12:40 -0700

Hart's biographical sketch of Julian the Apostate alone is worth the price of admission. Hart portrays Julian as essentially better than the Christian emperors who preceded and followed him: unlike them, whose allegiance was at best tinted by political ...
 
Times Higher Education
Wed, 09 Jul 2014 16:03:45 -0700

The pin-up boy for these provocateurs is Julian the Apostate, the 4th-century Roman emperor and champion of the so-called “last pagans”, who made a last-ditch effort to revivify the traditional religious practices of Rome when all seemed lost. Like ...
 
Philippine Star
Wed, 16 Jul 2014 08:56:15 -0700

Wikipedia reports that it was in this city where the Roman Emperor was defeated by the Parthians, and where the Emperor Julian the Apostate worshipped the moon on the way to his fateful encounter with Shapur I farther east. It was the last hold of the ...
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