Episode 62 – God’s Punishment

St. Anastasius in his Monastery. Rembrandt, 1631 (from Wikipedia)

St. Anastasius in his Monastery. Rembrandt, 1631 (from Wikipedia)

John of Damascus, from an icon (from Wikipedia)

John of Damascus, from an icon (from Wikipedia)

 

 

What did the Romans think was responsible for their defeats? We look at the Christian thought-world of the 7th century and the reactions from Byzantium and those left behind in the Caliphate.

 

 

Period: 602-695

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