The Emperor Constantine who favored Christianity as early as 312, and convened the Council of Nicæa in 325, postponed baptism till 337. Did he provide any reasons for doing so?
Constantine was the emperor of the Roman Empire who legalized Christianity and called the Counsel of Nicaea, among other thing. Which church traditions regard Constantine the Great as a Saint?
Why do Christian leaders of today who know that Constantine added Pagan tradition into Church continue to allow it? [closed]
In a study not just on Christmas and Easter, but on every Pagan connection to Christianity. I have found that most Christians from Constantine hold on to Colossians 2:16, Therefore do not let ...
I read this article http://www.sabbathcovenant.com/doctrine/hesus_krishna.htm At the end of that time, Constantine returned to the gathering to discover that the presbyters had not agreed on a ...