May 23, 2018 · Constantine (died in 337), who first made Christianity legal in the Roman Empire, presided over the Nicene Council and may have played a role in its theological outcome. Augustine (354–430) was not baptized until his early thirties, after a dramatic conversion experience that is immortalized in his Confessions.
Constantine the Great was the first Roman Emperor to convert to Christianity. He ruled from 306 C.E. until his death in 337 C.E. ... Children and adults all enjoyed ...
It should take only a few moments of reflection to understand, to grasp, to figure this whole thing out, that the god of Christianity is to adults as Santa Claus is to children- an imaginary friend. (3) Hell. Christianity’s invention of Hell is a gift to anyone seeking truth because it decisively reveals the man-made nature of the faith.
The Carolingian Dynasty and Its Decline. Charlemagne, who was crowned Emperor by Pope Leo III at Rome in 800, was the greatest Carolingian monarch. His empire, ostensibly a continuation of the Roman Empire, is referred to historiographically as the Carolingian Empire.
Today, Protestantism constitutes the second-largest form of Christianity (after Catholicism), with a total of 800 million to 1 billion adherents worldwide or about 37% of all Christians.   [f] Protestants have developed their own culture , with major contributions in education, the humanities and sciences, the political and social order ...
Ecumenism (/ ɪ ˈ k juː m ə n ɪ z əm /), also spelled oecumenism, is the concept and principle in which Christians who belong to different Christian denominations work together to develop closer relationships among their churches and promote Christian unity.
Muslims and atheists love the arguments of Bart Ehrman against Christianity, and they use these argument against us. Therefore, it is important for Christians involved in apologetics to understand what the background is to Ehrman's argument. This video does just that. It explains the history, assumptions, and errors of Bart Ehrman.