History Of The First Council Of Nice

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by: Dudley, Dean
ISBN: 0-7873-0299-6
format: Paperback
pages: 130

History Of The First Council Of Nice

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1886 Attorney at Law, and member of various Historical Societies. Introduction by the famous Professor Hotema. A world’s Christian convention, A.D. 325; with a life of Constantine. The Christian Religion was first created, organized and established in the year 325 A.D. by pagan Roman churchmen convening at the Council of Nicea, presided over by arch-murdered Constantine. Anyone interested in comparative religion, church and Bible history will welcome this book. Justice may slumber long, but it always awakens and retribution follows. What really happened at Nicea? Despite the efforts of the Church to hide its fraudulent foundation, truth cannot forever be concealed. The burning questions settled at Nicea were not about the date set for Easter or establishing new canons; nay they convened to settle the argument over two Gods—the Hindu Krishna and the Druidic Hesus. Constatine set forth the notion of combing these two Gods and hence we have Christianity, with roots in both religions, and a glaring reflection of all religions.

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