Glimpses of Christendom’s Political Schism

Christianity did not take over the empire because Constantine converted to it.  Constantine converted to it because it was taking over the empire. The Age of Paradise: Christendom from Pentecost to the First Millennium, by John Strickland In this post, we will see the beginning of the differences in the concept of governance and government between what we know today as the East and West of Christendom – between the Greek and Latin. Until this point, in the first three centuries of Church growth and development, the foundations had been laid for a highly developed civilization.  Christian culture carried with it a … Continue reading →

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