The Faith of Constantine: Pagan Conspirator or Christian Emporor?

McRoy, Anthony
October 2007
Foundations (0144378X);Autumn2007, Issue 58, p15
The article examines the faith of Roman emperor Constantine the Great and how genuine was his Christianity. It examines the belief that Constantine was a pagan who enforced the belief that Jesus actually taught a unitarian doctrine of God. It aims to discover whether Constantine have ulterior motives in declaring himself to be Christian.


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