Prester John, Ferdinand Magellan, and Superstition

In the early part of the 12th century, some European monks wrote an imaginative and allegorical account of the faith (sort of like a medieval Pilgrim's Progress).¬† The fictious account was about a Christian man named Prester John¬† ("Prester" is an ancient way to say "presbyter" or "priest") who ruled over a vast golden earthly… Continue reading Prester John, Ferdinand Magellan, and Superstition