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affirmed. Christian’s beliefs and the assertion that Christ of God resurrected was reassured.
He ordered individuals who were working in the gold and in other precious stones to make a
standard and structure of the sign of the cross. The structure laid the background for the
conversion of many people in the empire. Many non-believers were able to convert to
Christianity because of that testimony from their emperor (Leithart, 42). Their beliefs
contributed to the spread of Christianity in Rome and all over the world which led to the
growth and development of the early church.
Constantine invitation of the church leaders
The emperor invited the church leaders who knew the doctrines of the Christian faith.
He enquired from them the meaning of his vision and the dream. The church affirmed to the
emperor that what he had seen had indeed come from Supreme God. He told them that the
sign of Jesus Christ implied about his immortality. It was supposed to show that Jesus Christ
was powerful and he was able to conquer death since he resurrected from the dead. They also
taught him about Jesus Christ birth, death, and resurrection. They also taught him about his
incarnation and birth by a virgin. The doctrine forms the basis of Christians’ faith. The
emperor was able to relate his dream and vision to what the church taught him. He noted that
he had followed the right path by believing in Christianity. To ensure the growth and
continuity of his faith, he made the priest his advisers. As the advisers, they helped the early
church to grow and spread all over Rome. Through their advice, the emperor destroyed all the
pagan gods. He banned the people from giving any offerings or any sacrifice to the pagan
gods (Smither, 20). The ban was very instrumental in shaping the spread of Christianity, and
many people embraced the Christian religion. The ban asserted the Emperor’s willingness and