Stephen Langton

While watching North expound on Genesis, I heard him needle the audience (and myself) on our ignorance of one of the greatest Christians to walk the earth, Stephen Langton.

As Archbishop of Canterbury, he

  • substantially wrote the Magna Carta, a major advance in freedom, and the historical source of Anglo-Saxon liberty;
  • divided up the Bible into today’s current framework of chapters (including the huge mistake at Genesis 1… a chapter that should have ended at the Sabbath Day, at Genesis 2:3);
  • wrote Veni Sancte Spiritus, which is still sung today.

Of course, it is expected that the Knowledgeable Ones would keep us in ignorance of this man: like all pagans, they thrive and draw their power from ignorance and darkness. But it is disgraceful that Christians in general have no knowledge of the man.

It’s long past time that Christians started teaching their own, about their own, and stopped handing their children and their minds to State-adoring, highly-degreed ignorami who have nothing but malice towards you and yours.


As for the video itself, you can watch it below
(And see the original webpage here):

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