The Church in the Age of Constantine: The Theological Challenges

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In the Age of Constantine Christians experienced for the first time official recognition and support. The Roman Empire used religion not only as cement to unite its different populations, but as a means to win divine favor as well. When this mechanism was threatened by doctrinal dissensions or regional rivalries, the Emperor would intervene contributing to the supremacy of one persuasion. In the 20th century European Christianity lost its dominant position. Critics, seeing dominance as foreign to the Gospel's nature, blame ...

The Church in the Age of Constantine: The Theological Challenges 2006, Routledge, London, England

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The Church in the Age of Constantine: The Theological Challenges 2006, Routledge, London, England

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