To this day, Constantine I (AD 272-337) is a polarizing figure. He is hailed by some as a savior of the Christian faith - a saint among saints. Others portray him as a villain in the Christian story, and question whether or not he ever truly had an authentic conversion experience with Christ. In either … Continue reading What happened to the cross of Christ? Just ask Helena, Constantine the Great’s mum.
Athanasius of Alexandria is best known for his "Christology" which developed into the orthodox catholic (little c = universal) and Catholic (big C = Roman Catholic) belief and teaching about Jesus. A small amount of research will undoubtedly turn up Athanasius' belief that Jesus was both fully God and fully man; and that Jesus existed … Continue reading Athanasius talks to Lucifer?