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Ecumenical Council

In those days, 3rd century of ours was, Christianity emerged as a huge demonstration by crowds convening power of more humble, the vast majority of the people Roman, its growth had exceeded all expectations of the Government of Rome, and outlined as a real threat to the unity of the Empire. Religious tension was rising steadily and the Christians and pagans had already started to make war among themselves. We had to take immediate steps, and Constantine, of course, took them: to ensure calm and peaceful coexistence of its sudden, Constantine devised what was considered a magnificent solution for all your Empire: was necessary to achieve a fusion of pagan rites and Christians, he, as we have said, Sumo priest of Sol Invictus, summoned to the authorities of the Christian religion to a Council. In the year 325 a.d., Constantine officially convened the Ecumenical Council of Nicea, which laid the foundations of a new religion, which would be endorsed by the Emperor and would constitute the official religion of the Empire. Briefly, describe some aspects of the merger carried out, to stop us later, to weigh the serious deviations to the original doctrine of Christianity. The preservation to the cult of Sol Invictus; Solar discs that symbolized the Egyptian Sun God, became the disks that Crown to all the images of Saints and saints, including Christ. Christians jealously kept the Sabbath, the Sabath day, the last day of the week, which stipulated what the fourth commandment of the law, the assertion so often repeated, that Christ changed the day resting, is refuted by its own words, let’s see what you expressed in your remembered sermon on the mount: think not that I have come to abolish the law and the prophets; I have not come to abolish, but to fulfill. Because of verily I say unto you that until heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle will law, until everything is accomplished.


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