At his helpful blog, Eastern Christian Books, Professor Adam DeVille (St. Francis) today profiles two new works on the Emperor Constantine, the man who legalized Christianity in Rome and, depending on your view of things, either promoted the spread of the religion or forever tainted it by associating it with state power. The books are Constantine the Emperor (Oxford 2012) by University of Michigan historian David Potter and  Constantine Revisited: Leithart, Yoder, and the Constantinian Debate (Wipf and Stock 2013), edited by John D. Roth. You can read Professor DeVille’s post here.

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