John W. Robbins Hardback, pages, indexed, The noted English political philosopher A. P. D’EntrËves argued that “it is hardly possible for the modern. Ecclesiastical Megalomania has 5 ratings and 1 review. Jon said: Robbins is not crazy, but he can easily be misunderstood as someone who is simply becaus. Ecclesiastical Megalomania: The Economic and Political Thought of the Roman Catholic Church. Front Cover. John W. Robbins. Trinity Foundation,
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Dec 16, Jon Sedlak rated it liked it. Robbins is not crazy, but he can easily be misunderstood as someone who is simply because of the way he writes.
For example, I can’t remember one nice comment about Roman Catholics in this book, which is sad.
Ecclesiastical Megalomania: The Economic and Political Thought of the Roman Catholic Church
Also, he gives a very clear impression that the Roman Catholics are megalomanla cahoots with Satan himself. Last of all, the general tone of the book is that socialism is such an ungodly view that you can’t be saved if you truly believe in it.
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Robbins was a resident of Unicoi County, Tennessee.
Born and reared in Pennsylvania, he received his A. 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: Robbins founded a Christian think tank, The Trinity Foundation, and under his direction The Foundation has published 75 books, lectures, and essays; hosted conferences and seminars in several states; and published a monthly newsletter for over 30 years.
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. 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.
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