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By John Driver

John driving force tells the background of the early church from the shut of the hot testomony via Augustine. He exhibits how there has been a steady shift in considering as Christians turned concerned about the army until eventually they misplaced their peaceable method of fixing clash. a favored therapy of the 'Constantinian shift.' quantity 2.

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