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HISTORY of Christian Theology

(c. A.D. 250–325) Lactantius was a Christian advisor to Emperor Constantine regarding religious policies. He was also the tutor of Constantine’s son, Crispus. He wrote works on the death of Christian persecutors, the anger of God and an introduction to Christianity. Due to his remarkable style, some people refer to him as the Christian Cicero.

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PEOPLE (see c. A.D. 250–325)

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