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  1. Apr 24, 2022 · Emperor Constantine established Christianity as the official roman religion, the 27 books of the bible where decided by a group of at and as it is today. All other forms of Christian beliefs were eliminated, by destroying and burning texts, letters and manuscripts. Many early followers of Christ were condemned by other Christians as heretics.

  2. May 09, 2022 · It was Emperor Constantine who started Christianity. He had changed Yahweh’s Word which was insanity. Just so he could deceive the world and all humanity. This was done for control and for his own self vanity. Nimrod and Constantine are two of the same, To deceive humanity was their whole game. This is why both of them are fully to blame

  3. May 02, 2022 · History of the Early Church – Read how the Christian church began, and about Emperor Constantine. Jesus – Read about Jesus and find links to read about his teachings and miracles. Friends and Heroes – For younger kids, meet some of the main characters from the Old and New Testaments, with links to video clips.

  4. May 09, 2022 · “ The trinity got its start in Ancient Babylon with Nimrod – Tammuz – and Semiramis. Semiramis demanded worship for both her husband and her son as well as herself. She claimed that her son, was both the father and the son. Yes, he was “god the father” and “god the son” – The first divine incomprehensible trinity.

  5. May 16, 2022 · Rather than a military dictatorship to force compliance in which emperors must be worshipped as gods, Constantine would rule by force from the top of a religious ziggurat, as the ancient Sumerians, and maintain the thinly disguised emperor worship aspect thereof invoking new gods characterized after Roman deities and a central triad.

  6. Apr 24, 2022 · Except Nero was greatly defamed b y Christians, who wrote most of Roman histories. The reason, was he persecuted Christians and was the guy who put them in with the lions. However, historical accounts greatly exaggerated the number of Christians thrown to the lions. It was not all that entertaining, so the practice stopped after a few dozen.