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  • by Mario Seiglie
Exactly how did Easter—a holiday not found in the Bible and never celebrated in the early Church—come to replace the Passover, an observance that is plainly found in the Bible?
  • by Darris McNeely

Rome declined over several hundred years. What spiritual lessons might we...

  • by Melvin Rhodes
Even in this very secular age, many European countries continue a tradition established in the fourth century of a close relationship between church and state. The origins of this system take us back to one of the most significant leaders in history—Roman Emperor Constantine the Great.
  • by Larry Walker
You also may wonder, why am I writing about Easter, several weeks after the celebration date has passed? This year, the dates of Easter and Passover are several weeks apart. Many if not most people are probably unaware of how this came about.
  • by Good News
Constantine's reign as Roman emperor (A.D. 306-337) dramatically changed the direction of Christianity, though in ways far different from those portrayed in The Da Vinci Code.