Philippi


One thing that still interests me is that Philippi at which the final battle takes place is also immortalized in the New Testament. i.e. Philippians which was written around 50-60 A.D. The battle took place in 49 B.C. so there was only a span of 100-110 yrs between. The fate of the Roman empire was set 1st in the battle (i.e. who would rule) and then the 1st European church congregation was later built there. A church that ultimately chose Rome itself as its center.

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