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Mon, 22 Apr 2013

Show 48 - Prophets of Doom

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Mon, 22 Apr 2013   -   04:28:01 minutes   -   258.13mb


Murderous millennial preachers and prophets take over the German city of Munster after Martin Luther unleashes a Pandora's Box of religious anarchy with the Protestant Reformation.






Notes:
1."For the Honor of God and to Fulfill His Will: The Role of Polygamy in Anabaptist Munster" by Darren T. Williamson
2."British man recalls how his sister became a follower of cult leader David Koresh" byTim Madigan for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, April 18, 2013.

Keywords: Luther, Reformation, history, podcast, Munster, Anabaptist, religious, fanaticism, terrorism, Christian, Catholic, church, Protestant, German, Pope, Renaissance, Leiden, Lutheran, Rome, David Koresh, cults




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