Ever since Jesus said, “My kingdom is not of this world,” Christians have had an uneasy relationship with politics. For the first 300 years of the church, Christians were a persecuted minority who dared to defy Caesar’s claim to divinity, insisting a crucified Messiah was Lord. But everything changed early in the 4thCentury when Constantine, who was sympathetic to Christianity, seized control of the Roman Empire. Come discover what Christians can learn from this pivotal moment in church history.
Anyone is welcome to join this free class held at Roots Community Church, Portland, OR