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First Roman emperor to convert to Christianity.

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On what grounds was Arius refuted at the First Council of Nicaea?

What proof does anyone have that Christ was the same and identical as the one He called "Father" even when Christ himself said in John 14:10... Don't you believe that I am in the Father, and that ...
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Question on “The Forged Origins of the New Testament” and Josephus

Does anyone have an apologetic response to this website? The forged origins of the New Testament Basically, here the author claims that Constantine gathered up all the manuscripts and burned all ...
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Location of Jesus' tomb identified by Helena, mother of Constantine?

I was reading a National Geographic article about the recent restoration work done at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Israel in which the stone slab that covered the supposed resting place of ...
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How did the Emperor Constantine the Great impact christianity? [closed]

Need help for a school essay, any information you have is appreciated. His impact in the middle ages
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Which church traditions regard Constantine the Great as a Saint?

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?
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Does “Jesus Christ” come from “Hesus Krishna”?

I read this article entitled: Jesus H. Christ = Hesus Horus Krishna. At the end of that time, Constantine returned to the gathering to discover that the presbyters had not agreed on a new deity ...
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Did the Emperor Constantine ever present explanations for putting off his baptism?

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?
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What role did the Donation of Constantine have on the development of the doctrine of Papal supremacy?

In the late Middle Ages, two documents arose which, together, are called the The Donation of Constantine. They made a large number of statements which would have had the effect of making the Pope the "...