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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.
The Cult of Constantine By Dr. Clinton Willis
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The effects of a Pagan Roman Emperor upon History and Theology.
Countering Trinitarian Arguments By Dr. Clinton Willis & Rev. Valton Elms
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Highly documented study of Christian Christology. Revealing that the Roman Catholic Church has promoted polytheism and paganism as Christian Theology. Biblical Scholars or novices alike will gain... More > insight and a deeper understanding from this study.< Less
Countering Trinitarian Arguments By Dr. Clinton Willis & Rev. Valton Elms
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Highly documented study of Christian Christology. Revealing that the Roman Catholic Church has promoted polytheism and paganism as Christian Theology. Biblical Scholars or novices alike will gain... More > insight and a deeper understanding from this study.< Less
She Smiled on Constantinople By Reynold Spector
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In 717 AD, Constantinople, the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantium), appeared doomed. In the preceding eighty years, Muslim Arabs had captured much of North Africa and the Middle East, and... More > were poised to take Constantinople. To save Byzantium, the senate asked a Roman General, Leo III, to become Emperor. Leo and his brilliant son Constantine V radically altered the Byzantine imperial system militarily and culturally. Leo developed a novel idea – that God was angry with the Byzantine Christians because they worshiped Christian icons, relics, and pagan idols, thus ignoring the Second Commandment. God would favor the Byzantines only if they destroyed their icons and purified Christianity. Leo’s policy set in motion a century-long conflict between the iconoclast (icon breaker) emperors and the iconophiles (icon lovers). This religious struggle culminated in a final battle to define Byzantine Christianity and the control of the Empire. This novel recounts who won, why and how.< Less
She Smiled on Constantinople By Reynold Spector
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In 717 AD, Constantinople, the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantium), appeared doomed. In the preceding eighty years, Muslim Arabs had captured much of North Africa and the Middle East, and... More > were poised to take Constantinople. To save Byzantium, the senate asked a Roman General, Leo III, to become Emperor. Leo and his brilliant son Constantine V radically altered the Byzantine imperial system militarily and culturally. Leo developed a novel idea – that God was angry with the Byzantine Christians because they worshiped Christian icons, relics, and pagan idols, thus ignoring the Second Commandment. God would favor the Byzantines only if they destroyed their icons and purified Christianity. Leo’s policy set in motion a century-long conflict between the iconoclast (icon breaker) emperors and the iconophiles (icon lovers). This religious struggle culminated in a final battle to define Byzantine Christianity and the control of the Empire. This novel recounts who won, why and how.< Less
Christianity Through the Years By Ron Schaeffer
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This book is about Christianity and its evolution through the years. The book covers the beginning of Christianity and shows the changes, the blasphemies and the heresies introduced by various... More > sources. It shows how Christianity was infiltrated by paganism as early as 312 AD and at the bequest of Constantine who highjacked the Roman Catholic Church and then introduced a considerable number of heresies and blasphemies into Christianity. Constantine, as Emperor of Rome declared himself the Pope and at the Council of Nicaea commandeered the Roman Catholic Church and introduced numerous changes to Christianity. These changes are still with us today and even after the Reformation that began in 1517 by Martin Luther, most of our Christian churches and religions continue to endorse those heresies and blasphemies.< Less
Champion of the Gods By Kevin Butler
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This is the story of the Roman Emperor, Julian, a brave and courageous young man who began his life in a regal yet humble way. Descended from the blood of emperors, he was orphaned from the time of... More > his youth and left to the devices of his tyrant cousin - A villain whose only desire in life was to first acquire and then to hold the power of Rome in his hands. To achieve this end he would stop at nothing – including murder. Julian was only a child when this man rose to power and he unfortunately found himself caught up in the man’s contemptuous ways. Due to his cousin’s devices, Julian spent his early years in confinement. As he grew older, the challenges became even greater until he finally had to take desperate measures in order to survive. For those that do not know the history of Julian, he was the last Pagan Emperor of Rome and nephew of Constantine the Great – The first Christian emperor.< Less
Jesus Christ, The Last of the Sun Gods By Archangela Antonioni Corelli
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Jesus was the Solar Deity of the Gnostic Christian sect, and like all other Pagan gods, he was a mythical figure. It was the political establishment that sought to historize the Jesus figure for... More > social control. By 325 a.d. in Rome, emperor Constantine convened the Council of Nicea. It was during this meeting that the politically motivated Christian Doctrines were established and thus began a long history of Christian bloodshed and spiritual fraud. And for the next 1600 years, the Vatican maintained a political stranglehold on all of Europe, leading to such joyous periods as the Dark Ages, along with enlightening events such as the Crusades, and the Inquisition...< Less

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