Julian the Apostate was the last pagan emperor of Rome, who was the last emperor to try and end Christianity - but the game was up.
Constantine has been called “The Great,” but why? Why does a Roman Emperor who died 1,700 years ago have fingerprints on our modern world?
The Council of Nicaea is the most well known of the first seven ecumenical councils, yet most are mistaken about what REALLY happened there.
How Roman Emperor Constantine became Christian, and his experience at the Battle of Milvian Bridge is a historical enigma we seek to solve.
Despite an infamous reputation, Rome's policy towards Christianity was never consistent, with many ambiguous turns painting a muddy picture.