Constantine the Great

Constantine the Great

Constantine The Great and the Death of Reincarnation Constantine the Great was the Emperor of Rome from 306 to 337 A.D. He is sometimes known as Saint Constantine as he was considered to be the first Roman Emperor who converted to Christianity and he played an influential role in ending the persecution of Christians. Throughout his lifetime, Emperor Constantine supported the Church financially, granted privileges to clergy, promoted Christians to high office, and returned property confiscated during the Christian persecutions. It was on Constantine’s orders that the construction of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher was completed. This site was purported to be the place of Jesus’ tomb in Jerusalem and it became the holiest place in Christendom. Old St. Peter’s Basilica was also built on his orders. Constantine is venerated as a Saint by Orthodox Christians, Byzantine Catholic’s, and Anglicans. The Eastern Churches hold his memory in such esteem, that he is isapostolos or equal...
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