Slavery in the time of Dracula

Slavery has existed in some form ever since man began to walk on his hind legs. It still exists today, not only in underdeveloped nations, but even in those nations who claim to have reached the pinnacle of civilization. It is difficult to imagine a crueler fate than that of a human kept in bondage   Read More …

The Christian Church in the Time of Dracula

In the 15th century the Protestant Reformation movement had not yet splintered the Christian Church. That phenomenon engulfed Europe in the 16th century. Martin Luther’s Ninety-five Theses, the main catalyst of the reformation, were still forty years away when Dracula disappeared. Yet, as the Christians confronted the Ottomans in the 14th and 15th centuries, they found   Read More …

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