Slavery, Immigration, and Economies

The following analysis pertains to illegal immigration, slavery, and the impact both have on economies: Historian William D. Philips Jr. is a history professor at the University of Minnesota. He wrote a chapter in Serfdom and Slavery: Studies in Legal Bondage titled Continuity and Change in Western Slavery: Ancient to Modern Times. Philips pointed out... Continue Reading →

The Roman Empire & Christianity: An Integrated Approach

Abstract This research draws on the insights from two disciplines, history and theology, to answer a complex question regarding an ancient society‚Äôs culture and the religion that changed it. It begins with an overview of the literature from both disciplines pertaining to the research question. The question was analyzed from the perspective of each discipline... Continue Reading →

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