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Is the catholic church the continuation of the imperial SPQR?
Religion and Theology
Pages 3 (753 words)
The SPQR is an abbreviation of “Senatus Populusque RomanusI” that is known as the Roman Empire that is also known as “the senate and people of Rome” Its principle and nature of governance, the Roman Catholic is largely a continuation of SPQR principles and governance.
The history of Roman Empire is defined by a series of tumultuous events including dictatorship and unrests, but with authoritarian democracy that defines the principle that the Roman Empire was formulated (Bokenkotter 200). Notably, during these chaos, turmoil, totalitarianism, dictatorship, and monarchies, the SPQR emerged as the few groups that establish and embraced value based society. The SPQR introduced principles that valued and maintained human dignity the same way Roman Catholic did and has maintained; therefore, SPQR principles may be regarded as the principles that Roman Catholic relate, advocate, and protect human rights. Some of the principles that were advocated and supported by SPQR that are currently defining the Roman Catholic include the freedom of expression. At some point in Roman Empire deterioration of human values and neglect of the societal principles, the empire also interfered, shattered, and hindered or eradicated freedom of expression. However, the emergent of SPQR advocated for such freedom without favors. It advocated that people should be allowed to express their opinions either in speech, writing, and or art without fear or any risk. Notably, the Roman Catholic has since advocated for the same freedom of speech and expression right from its advent to the modern world and governments. ...
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