How the Roman Empire Humiliated Monotheists

A meditation on Dostoevsky’s Grand Inquisitor poem

Benjamin Cain

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InIn The Brothers Karamazov, Dostoevsky presents what’s become known as the Grand Inquisitor poem, about the perils of organized religion. The inquisitor represents the established Church and criticizes the second coming of Jesus for being obsolete.

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Benjamin Cain

Ph.D. in philosophy / Knowledge condemns. Art redeems. / https://ko-fi.com/benjamincain / benjamincain8@gmailDOTcom