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In my opinion, firstly, the Christianity were not accepted by Roman until met the emperors Constantine(r.306-337) and Licinius(r.308- 324). In Donatist Sermon(c. 318). The author states that traditores, who gave up their belief and surrendered to their enenmies during the persecutions, were scorned by the Donatists. That shows Christians have been persecuted. However, under Constantine and Licinius’ rule, the Roman state regards the Christianity as its most important belief. They trust in Christ because they believe God’s grace will bring them through the trouble. The battle at the Milvian Bridge exemplifies my opinion; Constantine won the final victory and he attributed his victory to a sign from the Christian God. After that, Constantine, as the leader of the western portion of the Roman, allied with Licinius, who became the eastern leader of Roman. Soon, they announced to stop persecuting Christians and agreed to tolerate Christianity along with other religious.
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