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Download Æ Usury in Christendom: The Mortal Sin that Was and Now is Not 109 ´ ❮Epub❯ ➥ Usury in Christendom: The Mortal Sin that Was and Now is Not ➤ Author Michael Hoffman – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Unforgettable revelations abound in this indispensable study of the riseAs and Now is Not resurrects the suppressed biblical patristic and medieval Catholic doctrine on interest on money provides new information on the record of early Protestant resistance to the usury revolution and the discernment by Dante and other visionaries of the sub rosa connection between usury and a host of abominations that continue to plague us todayWestern civilization was profoundly disfigured by the ecclesiastic exculpation of the charging of interest on debt The result has been a pursuit of usurious profit unconstrained by the Word of God the dogma of His true Church and the consensus patrum of fifteen centurie. This book was not uite what I expected but it was well worth my time and money The author has done a remarkable job in collecting the relevant history both catholic and secular of the middle ages to the 14th and 15th centuries on the subject of usury After 1500 years of flat prohibition of charging any form of fee benefit profit et al from the loaning of money usury the Church begins to wittle away at its own teaching under pressure to adopt the economic realities of the greed driven bankers and the conseuences of the black death Hoffman pulls no punches in showing the hypocrisy of the Church in its efforts to make usury acceptable and not a mortal sin The scope of the work is powerful and the uotes and documents researched by Hoffman are impressive I have been researching my own project in this field which is why I bought the book and am grateful to Hoffman for his meticulous work I do have one criticism that is I think he is overstating the innocence of the Jews in the matter of advancing financial control of Europe and eventually the New World I thoroughly agree with Hoffman that the Church must shoulder significant blame for our present missery with the Money Power as Hoffman calls it and the impericism and war which their gestalt cause; but I think that the Jews driven from the collapsing Kazarian Kingdom in the mid 10th century into Poland Germany and especially England must be held eually accountable Notwithstanding that Hoffman's work is intelligent organized and well researched; it is a great source of other materials in particular uote from Popes in bygone middle ages I am very glad I bought it and recommend to others with interest in this field
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Christendom The Mortal Sin MOBI #190 by popes councils and saints as a damnable sin euivalent to robbery and even murder Any interest on loans of money not just exorbitant interest was defined de fide as a grave transgression against God and manHoffman confronts the reader with a in Christendom The Mortal Sin MOBI #190 startling datum the overthrow of magisterial dogma and the approval of scripture twisting heresy occurred inside the Church centuries before the Enlightenment and the dawn of the modern era culminating in the overthrow of divine truth an epochal act of nullificationUsury in Christendom The Mortal Sin that W. Another important work from Hoffman exposing ' Christianity LITE ' which is a mockery of what it claims to be Get it while you are still able The times are a changin'
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Usury in Christendom The Mortal Sin that Was and Now is NotUnforgettable revelations Christendom The PDFEPUB #187 abound in this indispensable study of the rise of the Money PowerUsury in Christendom provides the reader with a detailed understanding of how a den of thieves robbed the followers of Christ of their patrimony It is grounded in an extensive study Usury in PDF or of rare and primary sources and represents a landmark revisionist history of how the breeders of money gained dominion over the WestFor most of the first years of Christianity usury the lending of money at interest was unanimously condemned by the Fathers of the in Christendom The eBook #180 Early Church and in. The sin of usury cannot be defined as merely charging interest on loans This is something which the Church gained a better and better grasp of as the full character and potential of capitalism developed It's one thing for a better off person to charge a poor person interest on a loan to bridge a gap in their subsistence income; it's another entirely to lend to a person or business entity money for the purpose of investing in a wealth creating venture When you reach a point in economic development where saved money is generally invested in wealth creating ventures then to avoid loss to themselves all lenders have to charge interest Your Dad might not mind making a loss on your behalf but not most other people Further the New Testament is aware of this difference in these two types of lending as can be seen in Jesus' parable about the master who chastises his servant for burying money the master leaves in his safekeeping instead of profitably using it In a wealth creating context lenders need to charge interest on loans otherwise the borrower could use the lender to make money at the lender's expense Then the borrower would be culpable of usury rather than the lender The Church did correctly figure thus out She didn't relax the rules on usury but sharpened up her perception of what usury really was taking context into account