Episode 6: Constantine

 

In 274 CE a hero was born. Or a demon, depending on how you look at him. A man whose name is synonymous with the entangling of power, politics, and religion. He was either the greatest king Christendom has ever known or the serpent who tricked the Church into eating from the tree of civil power.

Sources

Defending Constantine by Peter Leithart
Constantine the Great by Michael Grant
Arius: Heresy and Tradition by Rowan Williams
Evolution of the Roman Tetrarchy

Music

“Night Owl” by Broke For Free (cc by-nc 3.0)
“Cloud Launching” by Little Glass Men (cc by 4.0)
“Superconnected Sleep” by Soft and Furious
“The Atmosphere” by Little Glass Men (cc by 4.0)
“Falling into You” by Little Glass Men (cc by 4.0)
“Open Door” by Little Glass Men (cc by 4.0)
“Your Pulse” by Little Glass Men (cc by 4.0)
“City of Lonely Ghosts” by Sergey Cheremisinov (cc by-nc 4.0)

 

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