Home   69   200   300   400   500   600   700   800   900   1000   1100   1200   1300   1400   1500   1600   1700   1800   1900

 


Search for text:
Date Range From:
Year
Month
Day
Date Range To:
Year
Month
Day

Names Index

Entries Index

Places Index

313 EDICT OF TOLERATION (Roman Empire)

The Emperor Constantine and his co-emperor Licinius officially recognized Christianity. This edict authorized the toleration of different religions in the Roman Empire yet gave supremacy to Christianity.


313 - 373 SAINT EPHRAIM (Ephrem) THE SYRIAN

Poet and theologian He wrote a number of anti-Jewish hymns which were incorporated into the Syriac and Orthodox church. He called on his fellow Christians to;" Avoid the Jew… Your death and blood is nothing much to him!... he tramps around the ocean and the land to find companions for the road to Hell."


315 CODE OF CONSTANTINE (Roman Empire)

Constantine's first anti-Jewish decree. It limited the rights of non-Christians.


C. 315 EUSEBIUS OF CAESAREA

Wrote his Historia Ecclesiastica, , a chronological account Early Christianity. Eusebius (c. 260–c. 339), tried to prove that immediately after rejecting Jesus, the Jews were punished by heaven with many disasters. In his fear that some Christians still sympathize with Judaism, he wrote a Jew is "a liar, even as also is his father the devil" He urged Christians to have nothing to do with Jews ,"For where there is Christianity there cannot be Judaism".




© 1996 - 2015. This material is copyrighted and cannot be used without the permission of the author.