Early Christianity & the Greco-Roman World - Part 09: The Church, the Roman State and Constantine the Great

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The Roman State's relationship with Christianity was a peculiar one, combining certain benevolent features with assaults reflecting the hostility of the pagan elite and mob. Dr. John Rao discusses here the varied aspects of Church-State relations, Tertullian's critique, the intensification of the hostility due to the change of government/society in the so-called Dominate (200's A.D. onwards) and the extraordinary turn of events brought on by Constantine's legalization and support of Christianity. Taken from the series: "Early Christianity & the Greco-Roman World 27 B.C. - Early 400's A.D. - 2005 VonHildebrand Institute"

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