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===Christian persecution comes to an end===
==Trinitarian Christianity made the official state religion of Rome==
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Trinitarian Christianity was competing with Arian Christianity at the time
Hi Carlaude, I have restored the header about Trinitarian Christianity as that moment in history was indeed a decisive point at which an ongoing debate between Arian and Trinitarian Christianity was officially settled. Thanks, Scott P. (talk) 19:03, 24 April 2010 (UTC)
By the 4th c., Christianity had taken hold in Ethiopia and spread through Yemen, Saudia Arabia, to India and elsewhere. Where are these sections of the article? Benefac (talk) 19:21, 19 June 2011 (UTC)
These sections missing because no one has added them. This is your chance to do so. şṗøʀĸşṗøʀĸ:τᴀʟĸ 02:35, 20 June 2011 (UTC)