Watch Episode of “Secrets of Christianity” On-line
by James Tabor
Associated Producers has made available on-line a free entire episode of Simcha Jacobovici’s “Secrets of Christianity” series that aired on The History Channel last year. This episode, “Selling Christianity,” focuses on the emperor Constantine and new research on the meaning and significance of his triumphal arch in Rome. It addresses the question of whether and to what extent Constantine converted to Christianity and what his motives were in incorporating “Christ” into the propaganda agenda of Imperial Rome.
How did a persecuted secretive Jewish cult grow to defeat the pagan gods, become the official Church of the Roman Empire, and eventually, the world’s largest religion. It delves into Constantine’s true intentions of adopting Christianity by researching the one thing he left in the world that expresses his true consciousness, at that time, the famous Arch of Constantine.
The special series “Secrets of Christianity” to unravel the mysteries of Christianity that have existed for thousands of years. Archeological and historical sleuthing will reveal the details behind the following puzzles: The sea journey Jesus took and why it’s been covered up. How Mount Vesuvius might have been more responsible for the spread of Christianity than Apostles Peter and Paul. What happened to the nails discovered in the tomb of the man who sent Jesus to the cross? Who was Simon of Perea and was he the messiah before Jesus? Did Christianity thrive within the very Roman army that was supposed to suppress it? Did Christianity conquer Rome or did pagan Rome conquer Christianity? The answers and more lie within. You can read more details on the entire six-part DVD series here.
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