Constantine and the Conversion of Europe
'Constantine hardly deserves the title of Great which posterity has given him, either by his character or by his abilities. He was highly susceptible to flattery, and fell completely under the influence of any dominating personality who happened to be at his side ... Still less does Constantine deserve the title of saint, which the Eastern Church has bestowed upon him. He was, it is true, according to his lights, a good man on the whole, though his political murders - particularly that of Licinius - shocked even contemporary opinion, and his execution of his wife and son was felt by many to be an inexpiable stain on his character...
To the other title which the Orthodox Church has bestowed upon him, "the Peer of the Apostles," he has a better claim, for his career profoundly influenced the history of the Church and the future of Christianity ... Constantine had no doubts about his imperial duty. It was his task to secure God's favour on the empire by securing, by force if necessary, that his subjects worshipped God in a manner pleasing to Him.'
Originally published by Macmillan, 1948.
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Christianizing the Roman Empire: (A.D. 100-400), Parts 100-400
Limited preview - 1984
The Crisis of the Empire
Diocletian the Reformer
Paganism and Christianity
The Great Persecution
Emperor of the Gauls
The Conversion of Constantine
The Donatist Controversy
The Crusade against Licinius
The Arian and Melitian Controversies
The Council of Nicaea
The Aftermath of the Council
The Great Council of Jerusalem
Constantines Place in History
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BOOK REVIEWS CONSTANTINE AND THE CONVERSION OF EUROPE By ahm JONES. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1949. Pp. xiv, 271. $2.00. This volume is one of the first ...
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Constantine and the Conversion of Europe. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Lim, Richard (1995). Public Disputation, power, and social order in late ...
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3 ahm Jones, Constantine and the Conversion of Europe (1978). 4 James Carroll, Constantine’s Sword: The Church and the Jews (2001). 5 Timothy D. Barnes, ...
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See Arnold Jones, Constantine and the Conversion of Europe; Elizabeth Digeser, The Making of a Christian Empire (2000); Leo D. Davis, The First Seven ...
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Some standard general studies of Constantine's reign and patronage of the Church are ahm Jones, Constantine and the Conversion of Europe , New York 1962; ...
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1948), and ahm Jones, Constantine and the Conversion of Europe (1948; new rev. ed. 1962). A good account of the administrative, social, and economic aspects ...
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Jones, Constantine and the Conversion of Europe (Toronto:. University of Toronto Press, 1978) pp. 84-85. Katherine E. Willems ...
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