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Alexander the Great has had a catastrophic influence on the minds of Greek Christians. It was probably their almost idolatrous attitude to the warrior king Alexander the Great that opened the way for the Greeks to fall headlong into "the Scarlet and Purple Heresy" described in the Book of Revelation chapter 17:4, that of melding together Governmental (purple) and religious (scarlet) power under the warrior Emperor Constantine the Great. Is it really a coincidence Alexander and Constantine are both called "The Great"? 

Alexander the great was a truly remarkable man. When I study his life I am staggered by his energy, tenacity, intelligence, military brilliance, bravery and victories. He was almost like a human Hercules, in that every task he faced he was able to conquer, but alas for him that title would have to go to Samson. Alexander was probably the greatest strategic commander of armed forces in the whole history of planet Earth, outside of the ones in Israel, who in the old covenant often fought under direction and blessing of the one true God. In his early days Alexander's character was so charismatic that to this day his personality bewitches the Greek people into admiring him, and are willing to forgive him even murdering his own father, and probably his greatest general. Alexander the Great is such a great personality in world history he appears in the holy bible itself in Daniel chapter 8, and his Empire in Daniel chapter 7 (the 4 headed leopard). So this man truly was remarkable. But what the majority of the Greek people have not seen is that their mission in the new testament, that is written in their language, was to preach a gospel of peace and love, not murder war and violence.

​Just as the Jews before them "desired a murderer" and chose to release Barabbas instead of Jesus, who went as meek as a lamb to the slaughter as a sacrifice to save our souls to the utmost, the Greeks, doubtless under the charismatic influence of Alexander the Great, chose Constantine the Great instead of the peace and love example of Jesus, and such saints as Saint Stephen, who died imitating Christ, and Saint John the Apostle of Love.

If you are a prayer warrior who wishes to understand the minds of Greek people in order to pray for them, it may do you some good to study this page. You may not know the history of their nation, but the Greeks know it better than anyone, and there is a LOT to be proud of, and pride is the problem. I contend that just as pride destroyed the Jews, and led to racism, the same thing has happened to the Greeks. In order to prepare to ditch Israel and Judah (the Two divided kingdoms) as his main witness, the Greek language was first allowed to spread across the globe, preparing the way for new testament Greek

The destroying of new testaments in other tongues by the Roman Catholics?

​If you want a more detailed list of the battles try the Historyden channel on YouTube, with such videos as displayed here 
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(1 Timothy 4:1-4)
The old Protestant theory was Catholics (and Orthodoxy) fit this prophecy because of
1) Celibacy of the clergy, or a priest to remarry after wifes death (Orthodoxy)
2) Fish only Good Friday, no meat or dairy
also linked to the old Protestant theory of the mark of the Beast 666


old Protestant view (not my view) =
on hand - communion, the mass, eucharist
on head" chrismation, infant sprinkling

Is that the Roman Catholics, and Orthodox believers, were able to "buy and sell" because they had (by this interpretation) "the mark of the Beast" (that is the Pope) the mass bread in your right hand, and the infant sprinkling on the forehead of Romanism, or the chrismation of Orthodoxy on the forehead. If nothing else this theory is an interesting precursor ot the mark of the Beast.

"Minervina was the first wife of Constantine the Great.[1] Constantine either took her as a concubine or married her in 303 AD, and the couple had one son, Crispus. Nothing else is known about Minervina." unquote

It is very convenient history has no facts about Constantine the Great's first wife. It would prove by Catholic doctrine he was no Christian to marry or stay married to her if his first wife was still alive. Is it yet another possible example of modified history records?



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