"Timeline: The Frightening Future of Earth"
By Andrea Thompson and Ker Than posted: 19 April 2007
Future (and past!) of Religions?
I thank my friend since "1981", David A., for emailing this article.
1997, David A., at my (LS) request, registered www.christianism.com, for Lino Sanchez.
17. http://222.italatin.com (Classic Italian & Latin Translations)
18. The 'Adages' of Erasmus, A Study with Translations, by Margaret Mann Phillips [1906 – 1987], Formerly Fellow of Newnham [women's] College [founded 1871] Cambridge. Cambridge, at the University Press, 1964.
See: Dulce bellum inexpertis ["war is sweet to those who have not tried it"] [pages 308-353] [see 314, 682]
References to Christianity in the Adages [pages 383-390]
Note: Dulce bellum inexpertis, contains superb descriptions of "Christian"; which name, commonly, was (is) a concealment (mask, camouflage, etc.), for acts (behaviors), ranging from nightmarish—to petty thefts.
19. Erasmus The Growth of a Mind, James D. Tracy, Genève, Librairie Droz, 1972.
20. Erasmus, Colet and More: The early Tudor Humanists and their Books, J.B. Trapp, The Panizzi Lectures, 1990. The British Library, 1991.
21. Erasmus of Christendom, Roland H. Bainton [1894 – 1984] [see: American National Biography, 1999, Vol. 1, 905-906.], Charles Scribner's Sons, c1969.
"….Erasmus of Rotterdam has never had his due. The reason is in part that he founded no church to perpetuate his memory….
Rejected by the Catholics as subversive and by the Protestants as evasive he has fallen chiefly into the hands of the rationalists who have appreciated him chiefly for his satire on contemporary superstitions….