Twitter Tales: The Corpus Juris Civilis of Justinian I: Introduction & Some Laws on Marriage

The so-called Corpus Juris Civilis enacted by the Emperor Justinian I (r. 527-565 CE) is one of the most influential codes of law in western civilization. Justinian was a devout Christian and is still celebrated as one of the greatest rulers in Christian history. In a new series of threads (more to come), see how different civil laws were among Christians in antiquity compared to the secularized laws that many Christians now openly support without any scriptural basis.

9 thoughts on “Twitter Tales: The Corpus Juris Civilis of Justinian I: Introduction & Some Laws on Marriage

    1. Yeah, this time it was my stupidity. I had logged in yesterday from my phone and I guess it was flagged as a security issue so my account was locked. I had to put in a phone number, and without thinking, I put in my regular number, but the problem is that it was linked to my old account. So I guess their system recognized it as a dual account. It’s against Twitter rules to create a new account after an old one has been suspended. Oh well. I got away with it for like 8 months. 🤣

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      1. Vaqas Rehman

        @QB

        Sorry for letting the cat out of the bag btw. I had no idea getting a new account after suspending the old one was against twitter rules especially since I saw it happen all the time.

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