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Councils and Conspiracies. James Patrick Holding Tekton Apologetics Ministries http://www.tektonics.org. “Skeptics silenced…rogues refuted.”. The Council of Nicaea. When: 325 A. D. Where: Nicaea (modern Turkey). Who: The Emperor Constantine and over 300 Christian leaders.

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Councils and conspiracies

Councils and Conspiracies

James Patrick Holding

Tekton Apologetics Ministries

http://www.tektonics.org

“Skeptics silenced…rogues refuted.”


Councils and conspiracies

The Council of Nicaea

When: 325 A. D.

Where: Nicaea (modern Turkey)

Who: The Emperor Constantine and over 300 Christian leaders


Councils and conspiracies

The New Testament Forged?

Myths:

Reincarnation: BANNED from the NT!

Books of the Bible: BURNED by the church!

The NT: BUNGLED by choice!


Councils and conspiracies

The New Testament Forged?

Facts:

Reincarnation was never in the NT.

The Council never touched on the subject of the New Testament canon.


Councils and conspiracies

Jesus: First Time Divine?

Myths:

The Council first declared Jesus “God”

The divinity of Jesus was decided by a “close vote.”


Councils and conspiracies

Jesus: First Time Divine?

Facts:

Jesus is declared divine in the NT

Both sides agreed Jesus was divine

The vote was over 300 for and 2 against


Councils and conspiracies

Constantine:The “Evil Emperor”?

Myths:

Made Christianity the official religion

Mercilessly killed wife and son

Stole pagan treasures

Strong-armed the Council


Councils and conspiracies

Constantine:The “Evil Emperor”?

Facts:

Made Christianity legal, not official

Family: A case of treason

“Stole” what was his to begin with

Would rather have been somewhere else


Councils and conspiracies

Myths About Nicaea: BUSTED!


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