Constantine's Role in the Rise of Christianity Research Paper by Morgan Conrad
How Emperor Constantine was the driving force by which Christianity gained its strength.
# 30175 | 2,136 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2003 |
Published on Aug 27, 2003 in History (Greek and Roman) , History (Religion) , Religion and Theology (Christianity)
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This paper provides an historical overview of the life of Emperor Constantine and discusses his impact on early Christianity. It shows how and why many consider him to be the most important man in the history of the Christian church.
From the Paper:"His Control of the Roman Empire changed Christianity forever. Constantine himself was not born into Christianity, but later converted. In doing so he raised many questions as to whether or not he was a true Christian. Over his life he proved both for and against his being a Christian. The main points in his life that would help us determine the truth are the battle of Milvian Bridge, His defeat of Licinius, the Council of Nicea resulting in the Nicene Creed, his building of Constantinople, his governing style, and finally his death in A.D. 337."
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