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      • No, Constantine did not form or collate the Bible. In 306 AD, Constantine (274 – 337 AD) became ruler of the Roman Empire. He gained his fame for becoming the single ruler of the Roman Empire (after he deceived and defeated Licinius ) before supposedly converting to Christianity (his conversion is debatable).
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  1. Apr 26, 2021 · It is very important to clarify exactly what role the Emperor Constantine played in the Council of Nicea, what the purpose for the council was, what happened at Nicea, and briefly how the canon—the Bible as we know it—was formed. Constantine was a Roman Emperor who lived from 274 to 337 A.D. He is most famous for becoming the single ruler of the Roman Empire (after deceiving and defeating Licinius, his brother-in-law) and supposedly converting to Christianity.

  2. In 331 AD, Emperor Contantine ordered that an "ecumenical Bible" be written. Constantine wanted a Bible which would be acceptable to pagansas well as Christians, and Eusebius (the Bishop of Caesaria and a follower ofOrigen) was assigned to direct this task.

  3. No, Constantine did not form or collate the Bible. In 306 AD, Constantine (274 – 337 AD) became ruler of the Roman Empire. He gained his fame for becoming the single ruler of the Roman Empire (after he deceived and defeated Licinius) before supposedly converting to Christianity (his conversion is debatable).

  4. In 325 AD Constantine convened the Council of Nicaea, the first empire-wide meeting of church leaders to discuss various doctrinal controversies. Today some ask if the books of the Bible were changed or corrupted, or even selected (in some back-room conspiracy) for inclusion in the Bible at this Council.

  5. Mar 23, 2021 · According to The Da Vinci Code, it was not the leaders of the Church but Constantine the emperor who collated and edited the books of the Bible at the Council of Nicaea. And so, a medieval myth...

    • Timothy Paul Jones
  6. Constantine is 666. Constantine is named in the bible, revelation 13:14, as the one who put up the image of him who died by the sword and lived and that he had power to make that image speak and that as many as would not worship that image should be killed.

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