Constantine Conspiracy The

Author: Gary E. Parker
Publisher: Revell
ISBN: 0800733274
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Get swept up in this thrilling tale of international intrigue, conspiracy, and the power of truth. Gary E. Parker is the author of several nonfiction books and articles, as well as more than fifteen novels.

Constantine Versus The Bankers

Author: Nicholas C. Eliopoulos
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595503667
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Military-Industrial-Church Complex, New World Order, Today's Socio-Politico-
Economo Fizzle and Big Dumb Down Conspiracy Nicholas C. Eliopoulos. along
with a few members of his royal family, as candidly to an open meeting, and
without his guards, before all the assembled. He remains standing in silence until
the Bishops bid him to be seated, guiding him toward a golden throne set low in
the midst of the hall. Constantine gives the belated imperial opening address in
Latin: 'My ...

Constantine The Emperor

Author: David Potter
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199986029
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could be that his proclamation was the result of an extensive conspiracy as
opposed to the spontaneous act of soldiers, as the event was presented), and to
make Constantine appear decisive, clever, and brave. In reality, Constantine's
return was very likely a great deal less dramatic. Minervina had died, but their
son Crispus, now aged about three, would have been with Constantine. The boy
would have whatever tutor had been engaged to look after him and the
necessary servants.

Liquid Conspiracy

Author: George Piccard
Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
ISBN: 9780932813572
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For three hundred years the early Christians suffered intermittent horrors. In early
fourth century A.D., the Emperor Diocletian instituted what would be the last
crackdown in which Christian scriptures were ordered to be burned and those
persons failing to honor the pagan gods were mutilated and deported. Despite
the efforts of Rome, the number of Christians in the empire continued to grow. By
the time Constantine began to reunite Rome under one rule in 312 A.D., their
numbers had ...

Constantine Revisited

Author: John D. Roth
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1621897540
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This is why he sees the disaster that began with 'the arch-plotter Constantine' and
continues in Charlemagne, whom he vigorously attacks, the entanglement of the
Church in the nets of the secular power. . . .8 von Balthasar's affirmation of
secular institutes was his ... some conspiracy from outside Christianity, but
planted by faithful adherents from within.9 despite its unfortunate beginning and
unconvincing ending (more on that below), Leithart's retrieval points in positive
directions.

Constantine On Peopleware

Author: Larry L. Constantine
Publisher: Prentice Hall
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Remind you of a favorite Windows program? The best of Massachusetts's
macadam monstrosities could never have been developed by any conventional
notion of teamwork. Traditional teams are incapable of such heights of
multileveled mania. No, these require a model of project organization that must
certainly have counterparts in software development. They must have been
designed and built by a group modeled on a fundamentally different paradigm:
the Contrarion Conspiracy!

Eusebius Life Of Constantine

Author: Eusebius
Publisher: Clarendon Press
ISBN: 9780191588471
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(2) Like some wild beast, or a twisting snake coiling up on itself, breathing wrath
and menace of war with God, he dared not yet, for fear of Constantine, openly
assail the churches of God subject to him. Rather he disguised the poison of his
evil, and planned insidiously and gradually his policies against the bishops, and
began to remove the most distinguished of them by a conspiracy of the provincial
rulers. Even the method of slaughter used against them was grotesque, of a kind
quite ...

An Ecclesiastical History To The Twentieth Year Of The Reign Of Constantine

Author: Eusebius (of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea)
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Wherefore, neither the conspiracy of Simon, nor that of any other one then
existing, was able to effect any thing against those apostolic times. For the
declaration of the truth prevailed and overpowered all, and the divine word itself,
now shining from heaven upon men, and flourishing upon earth, and dwelling
with his apostles, prevailed and overpowered every opposition. The mental eye
of the sorcerer being smitten by a divine and wonderful radiance, when in Judea,
he was ...

An Ecclesiastical History To The Twentieth Year Of The Reign Of Constantine Being The 324th Of The Christian Aera

Author: Eusebius (of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea)
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Wherefore, neither the conspiracy of Simon, nor that of any other one then
existing, was able to effect any thing against those apostolic times. For the
declaration of the truth prevailed and overpowered all, and the divine word itself,
now shining from heaven upon men, and flourishing upon earth, and dwelling
with his apostles, prevailed and overpowered every opposition. The mental eye
of the sorcerer being smitten by a divine and wonderful radiance, when in Judea,
he was ...

Constantine And The Christian Empire

Author: Charles Odahl
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136961275
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This revised second edition includes: An expanded and revised final chapter A new Genealogy and an expanded Chronology New illustrations Revised and updated Notes and Bibliography A landmark publication in Roman Imperial, early Christian, ...