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Constantine the Great.

Constantinianism refers to those policies said to be enacted, encouraged, or personally favored by Constantine the Great, a 4th-century Roman Emperor. In particular, it may refer to any of the following:

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  1. ^ Hagman, Patrik (2014). "The Constantinianism of the Free Church Tradition and the Promise of a New Asceticism". Between the State and the Eucharist: Free Church Theology in Conversation with William T. Cavanaugh. Wipf and Stock. p. 103. Retrieved 20 December 2014. 
  2. ^ Nugent, John C. (2013). "A Yoderian Rejoinder to Peter J. Leithart's Defending Constantine". Constantine Revisited: Leithart, Yoder, and the Constantinian Debate. Wipf and Stock. p. 101. Retrieved 20 December 2014. 

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