ARE MODERN-DAY Christians celebrating a faith that was reinvented by the Roman emperor Constantine the Great?
Our format tonight is different. We welcome two special guests: Dr. Russ “Pappy” Houck, author of Epidemic: Examining the Infected Roots of Judaism and Christianity, and Cris Putnam, publisher of the website Logos Apologia and co-author of Petrus Romanus: The Final Pope is Here and Exo Vaticana: Petrus Romanus, Project LUCIFER, and the Vatican’s Astonishing Plan for the Arrival of an Alien Savior.
Houck contends that Constantine, among other things, changed God’s Sabbath and established the doctrine of Trinitarianism, adding the word “Christ” to the Greek New Testament hundreds of times and “altering Matthew 28:19 to conform to the heretical Trinity doctrine” (Epidemic, p. 220). Putnam defends the doctrine of the Trinity as predating Constantine by hundreds of years. The discussion is in a format derived from academic debate and runs roughly an hour and twenty minutes.
For the record, I accept and believe in the Trinity based on my understanding of scripture and history, but I did my best to limit my participation to moderating and keeping time to give Russ and Cris a level field on which to build their arguments.
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