On this episode of The DBC Podcast, Bo welcomes back Allen Taliaferro (DBC's Outreach Pastor) for another conversational round of Church History. If you haven't heard the first episode in this "suite" of history episodes, check out "Ep 44 - Church History: We Didn't Start the Fire" which covers the first 250-300 years of the Christian Church, from the deaths of Peter and Paul to the rise of Emperor Constantine.
On this episode, Allen and Bo discuss the impact of Constantine's reign, the legitimization and eventually mandate of Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire, and some of the important movements and figures that came out of this sudden reversal of faithful Christian expression. There's a lot of great stuff here.
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