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Ecclesiastical Megalomania by John Robbins
 

Ecclesiastical Megalomania by John Robbins

John Robbins
Language: English
ISBN: 9780940931756
Item #: BK-EMEG

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Learn how the Roman Church-State power justifies the welfare state, corporativism, and feudalism all...
Learn how the Roman Church-State power justifies the welfare state, corporativism, and feudalism all by the Vatican’s official pronouncements. A chilling book for anyone interested in the coming end-time crisis. By John Robbins.
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Explore the economic and political thought of the Roman Catholic Church, which more than ever is directing social thought and human freedom around the world. Learn how the Roman Church-State power justifies the welfare state, corporativism, and feudalism all by the Vatican's official pronouncements.

In his Aquinas: Selected Political Writings, A. P. D'Entreves argues that "it is hardly possible for the modern man to accept the system which St. Thomas founded ... without recouncing the notion of civil and religious liberty which we have some right to consider the most precious conquest of the West."

Professor D' Entreves perceived the conflict between Roman Catholic political theory and human freedom; this volume explores that conflict in detail, relying on official pronouncements of the Vatican to demonstrate that Roman Catholic political and economic thought and the Roman Catholic Church have been hostile to constitutional government, political and economic freedom, and the private property order for centuries.

Roman Catholic political and economic thought has engendered feudalism, the corporate state, liberation theology, the welfare state, and facism. Those who wish to preserve human freedom must understand the philosophy of the Roman Catholic Church.

A chilling book for anyone interested in the coming end-time crisis.
Dr. Robbins was a resident of Unicoi County, Tennessee. Born and reared in Pennsylvania, he received his A. B. from Grove City College (Pennsylvania) in 1969, cum laude, with Highest Honors in Political Science. He pursued graduate studies at The Johns Hopkins University (Maryland), earning his Masters in Political Theory (1970) at age 21, and his Doctorate in Philosophy and Political Theory (1973) at age 24.

In 1973 Dr. Robbins became Legislative Assistant to a Member of Congress from Indiana, Earl Landgrebe, and subsequently worked, over the next 20 years, in several capacities for several public policy institutions: The Heritage Foundation (Economic Analyst), The Templeton Foundation (Consultant), Western Islands (Editor), Tax Reform Immediately (National Director), The Foundation for Economic Education (Editor of The Freeman), and The Institute for Policy Innovation (President). He served as Legislative Assistant (1976, 1979-1981) and Chief of Staff (1981-1985) to a Member of Congress from Texas, Dr. Ron Paul.

In 1977 Dr. Robbins founded a Christian think tank, The Trinity Foundation, and under his direction The Foundation has published 75 books, 180 lectures, and 275 essays; hosted conferences and seminars in several states; and published a monthly newsletter for over 30 years.

Dr. Robbins wrote several books, hundreds of essays, and lectured or taught at several institutions of higher education, including Harvard University, the University of Colorado, the University of Texas, Biola University, College of the Southwest, Western Reformed Seminary, and Chesapeake Seminary. He was a member of two academic societies, the Evangelical Theological Society and the Evangelical Philosophical Society.

Dr. Robbins was elected and ordained Elder in the Presbyterian Church of America, and licensed to preach by Westminster Presbytery, but he left that denomination because of its failure to discipline teachers who were teaching a different gospel. He was an elder in a Reformed congregation called Reformation Church.

Dr. Robbins and his wife Linda had three daughters, two sons-in-law, and six grandchildren. Dr. John W. Robbins went home to his Lord and Savior on August 14, 2008.