Coming World War 3
Then in a dream, Christ visited Constantine and gave him a battle strategy that would help him win.
Christ must have taught Constantine to be the light of the world in order to win the hearts of the Romans. For Christianity, he must trust the council of bishops to collect together the Holy Spirit-inspired Scriptures, to formulate the Christian Creed of faith, acumen and doctrines.
A Saint more than Emperor
The Orthodox Church regards Constantine as Saint Constantine the Great. His Edict of Milan in 313 declared that Christians and all other religions would be tolerated throughout the empire, bringing an end to religious persecution. Constantine built the Church of the Holy Sepulcher at the purported site of Jesus' tomb, which became the holiest site in Christendom. During his reign, he built many basilicas, repaired churches throughout the empire, relieved clergy of some taxes, supported the Christian church financially and saw that Sunday was designated as a day of rest
for all citizens.
The Pagan Roman Senate saw the light of Jesus in Constantine and it was just a matter of time before they would embrace Christianity. At the death of Constantine in 337AD, there was already a high percentage of Christians in the Roman Empire.
Christianity the Official Religion
In 380 AD, Theodosius I made Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire. By then the councils of bishops had produced
1. the Apostles Creed to unite the faith of Christians,
2. the Septuagint, the Greek version of the 39 canon books of the OT,
3. Identifying the 27 canon books of the New Testament in original Greek, took a long time for many more writings (non-canon) to be added to the fold.
The Bishop Damascus ordered Jerome to translate the 39 canon books of the OT from Hebrew to the Latin Vulgate, and also the 27 NT books written in Greek to the Latin Vulgate.
Later, the churches in the Western Roman Empire used the Latin Vulgate with the Eastern Orthodox Empire keeping to the Greek translation.
All Scriptures, which are translated directly from the Latin Vulgate or original Greek canon books, are the inspired words of God - the King James Version in English.
Note do not fall into the lies and deceptions of the Jewish and non-Christian historians, who tend to possess the spirit of the antichrist.