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The Conversion of Constantine By Roberto Miguel Rodriguez
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Constantine the Great (285-337) was the Roman Emperor from 307 to 337. In these thirty years as Emperor of the Roman Empire he made two important decisions whose repercussions are still felt today.... More > One was his conversion to Christianity, becoming the first Roman Emperor to do so, and making Catholicism the official religion of the Roman Empire. The second great decision was the move of the capital from Rome to Constantinople. This thesis analyzes the first of Constantine’s two great decisions: his conversion to Christianity. It finds that Constantine’s conversion took place gradually, and was a matter of conscience, not calculation. The religious experience that Constantine had at the onset of the battle at Milvian Bridge in 312 is likely to have started a process that led to his conversion to Christianity during his lifetime, and culminated with the Christian baptism on his deathbed.< Less
La Constantin By Alexandre Dumas
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Alexandre Dumas, born Dumas Davy de la Pailleterie (24 July 1802 – 5 December 1870)was a French writer, best known for his historical novels of high adventure which have made him one of the... More > most widely read French authors in the world. Many of his novels, including The Count of Monte Cristo, The Three Musketeers, Twenty Years After, and The Vicomte de Bragelonne were originally serialized. He also wrote plays and magazine articles and was a prolific correspondent. Born in poverty, Dumas was the grandson of a French nobleman and a Haitian slave.< Less
THE CULT OF CONSTANTINE By Robert Mt. Sion
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What if the three pillars of the Christian faith: Jesus' virgin birth, his resurrection, and his 'soon' return to rule the earth as the Son of Man, all turned out to be false? The Christianity of... More > today is not the Christianity that the true apostles of Jesus taught and practised. Today's Christianity came about when Emperor Constantine, the head of the pagan sun god cult of 'Sol Invictus' hijacked Christianity in 325 A.D, at the council of Nicea. It was only then that Jesus was declared equal to Almighty God and that Christians had to compromise their faith and worship his birth on the celebration of Sol Invictus on December 25th; and the Passover celebration in honor of his death was exchanged for 'Easter worship' in honor of 'Ishtar', the pagan goddess of fertility. This resulted in the widespread persecution of all non-conforming Christians who kept the original teachings of the apostles.< Less
Emperor Constantine By Dr. Clinton Willis
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This book shows the historical facts as to how a pagan political preadator became a dictator and perverting agent of Christianity.
Emperor Constantine By Dr. Clinton Willis
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This book shows the historical facts as to how a pagan political preadator became a dictator and perverting agent of Christianity.
Constantine's Combo By Sexy Sluggers
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Save when you buy all four of Constantine's brutal female fight comics and stories. Includes the comics KRUSHED KITTENS, SUDDEN IMPACT, WORKING OUT THE KINKS, and the illustrated story WELCOME TO... More > HARDCORE. 8 1/2 x 11 inch print-ready PDF file. Nudity, Adults Only< Less
The Last Constantin By Alydia Rackham
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Young Quinn Campbell’s greatest worries are pleasing his doting uncle, placating his fussy aunt, and doing his best to keep the quiet, brooding Agatha—a ward to his family and his best... More > friend—happy and safe. But Quinn’s active London life is suddenly spun sideways by a chance encounter with a shadowy figure in Brompton Cemetery. With the speed of a gunshot, Quinn and Agatha are kidnapped. So begins a treacherous and bone-chilling journey through the darkest parts of 1800’s Europe, led by a tall, eerie and irascible captor whose motives are shady at best, whilst being pursued by factions whose intents may in fact be deadly. And along the way, Quinn might just learn a few secrets about himself—and his traveling companions—that will change him forever.< Less
Ugly Me - Oneil McQuick (aka Orlando Constantine) By Orlando Constantine
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BOOK & FREE PDF DOWNLOAD ======================== How I became Ugly, in all respect of the word. Yet educated and talented, tricked into the lie of the American Dream or better, lie of any such... More > social mobility and prosperous platue exist in the entire world. Yet I'm educated and God's mercies endows, see my portfolio and biography site at http://www.mcquickenterprise.com OR http://www.freewebtown.com/mcquick/ and my work site at http://www.freewebtown.com/oneilmcquick OR http://www.mcquickdesigns.com< Less
Ugly Me - Oneil McQuick (aka Orlando Constantine) By Orlando Constantine
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BOOK & FREE PDF DOWNLOAD ======================== How I became Ugly, in all respect of the word. Yet educated and talented, tricked into the lie of the American Dream or better, lie of any such... More > social mobility and prosperous platue exist in the entire world. Yet I'm educated and God's mercies endows, see my portfolio and biography site at http://www.mcquickenterprise.com OR http://www.freewebtown.com/mcquick/ and my work site at http://www.freewebtown.com/oneilmcquick OR http://www.mcquickdesigns.com< Less
Great Lives 12: Constantine the Great By History World
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Constantine the Great (c. 27 February 272 – 22 May 337), also known as Constantine I or Saint Constantine, was Roman Emperor from 306 to 337. Well known for being the first Roman emperor to... More > convert to Christianity, Constantine and co-Emperor Licinius issued the Edict of Milan in 313, which proclaimed tolerance of all religions throughout the empire.< Less