Lecture 12, Mon., 10-18-10

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Lecture 12, Mon., 10-18-10 ( starting point for Test 3) Chapter 6, 154-158; Chapter 7, 179-186 (Map, 181) I. Late Roman Empire A. Constantine (306) military (west) acknowledged him as Augustus (312) Battle at Milvian Bridge – control of Rome & West Empire (313) Edict of Milan – Christianity was legalized – Christians and pagans were regarded as equal - I Christians included in govt., (tax free status) for churches (324) Licinius was defeated- Constantine ruled West and East Constantine’s “new Rome” Constantinople (324-330) Church affairs – Constantine took part in debates involving controversial teachings: Church & state Arianism - Chirst had no divine nature- Council of Nicea (325) convened by the Emperor; Arianism-a heresy Nicene Creed – basic tenets of the Christian faith spelled out B. Theodosius (379-395) 1. increasing problems –Germanic incursions 2. 395 Christianity was declared a state religion in the empire 3.
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