How many books did Eusebius write?
Eusebius of Caesarea (360/365-339/340 CE) was a Greek Christian historian known as the 'Father of Church History' for his works of religious history which helped define many of the sources that even modern historians have to use when talking about the time period from a religious perspective. He was at the time and afterwards suspected of having pro-Arian biases, but his works were too significant to entirely die off despite this fact, and so were preserved even into the middle age.s
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It is unknown exactly how many books Eusebius wrote because at least some of them were lost, but they included canon tables and a guide for how to use...
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Learn about the conversion of Constantine to Christianity, his issuance of the Edict of Milan, and his hosting of the Council of Nicea to standardize the religion.