The Conversion of Augustine

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This essay will attempt to show that while Constantine may not have immediately made a full conversion to Christianity like it may seem, his efforts in establishing Christianity in the Roman Empire helped to further the church's cause greatly. Constantine's father, Constantius, came from Lllyria and had served as governor of Dalmatia before being made one of the empire's two Caesars by Diocletian and given control in the west...
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(Pohlsander 23) Constantine was release to join his father in the west after serving in one of Diocletian's tribunals but arrived just before his father's death in 306. Constantius' troops embraced Constantine as the new Augustus, which led him to write Galerius for his approval to the newly vacated position...
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