Against the Galilaeans


By the Emperor Julian, Published in 363



First published in 363 AD., this is possibly the most censored book in history. Christian Church Father Cyril of Alexandria called it the most dangerous book ever written and it was burned by official edict of the Christian emperor Justinian in 592 AD. When its author, Julian the Apostate (Flavius Claudius Julianus Augustus, Emperor of Rome 361—363 A.D.)took up the throne, he reversed the laws making Christianity the Empire’s official religion and produced this work refuting the major principles of that religion.

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