Discussion in 'German' started by Metaksi, Feb 29, 2020.
Who is constantine the great
He was a Roman Emperor and a Saint."Let me know the historical backdrop of Christianity and I can let you know your religious philosophy." This is particularly valid with a questionable figure like Constantine. Where Roman Catholics present him as establishing the framework for the Papacy, Protestants see him as the one in charge of driving the early Church far from the straightforwardness of the unadulterated gospel and transforming it into an institutional Church. In any case, pointing the finger at Constantine for the fall of the Congregation is a twofold edged sword that cuts in both headings. On the off chance that Protestants blame Constantine for messing around with the Congregation, how would they realize that Constantine did not mess around with the Book of scriptures? The issue with the "fall of the Congregation" contention is that it opens the likelihood of a radical intermittence between present-day Christianity and the early Church.
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