C- ChristmasPLUS-2013.htm

 Christendom.htm Christendom Makes Up 99% Of Professed Christians

 Commentaries-Many-Best2013.htm ChristmassTheFirstRightOne.htm- CelebrationsThatDispleaseGod.htm- ContactUs.htm-

SBT Has a Special Invitation for Serious Bible Readers & Students to participate in Search & Research

to add accuracy to any article on any page of the Expository-8:17-Library-open-0A4 -IntroductionForConcernedStudents.htm-

Now That We Are In The  CommunicationsAge.htm We Can ***Examine ***Everything Ourselves -

Study The ImitateRule.htm--IntroductionForConcernedStudents.htm-General  Introduction.htm

The Expository Library 20.htm

C- Created First.htm

Creeds.htm

Chuches Namelist Of Christian Chuches.htm

CelebrationsThatDispleaseGod.htm

Commentaries.htm

The-New-Covenant.htm-

ChristianitySimplified.htm-                                                  

Christendom.htm

Christendom Makes Up 99% Of Professed Christians

Certified-Worship.htm

Commentary Verses.  21.htm--22.htm--Catholicism-Catechism.htm- with ContentsC-C.htm 

Plus Study C1.htm  

                                                  2-Cor-11-4-15.htm Is about what Paul Wrote under Inspiration. Paul Writes

For if one (or anyone) comes and preaches another Jesus whom we have not preached, This is about the true identity of Jesus

Is Jesus Real as You -To You?

 Jesus always used the Personal Pro-Noun

 I-.About His Personal Individuality-

Did Jesus Lie when He said I.-- Who is Jesus -open Jesus  

Inspiration. (2Tim3-16-17.htm) Reference.com/Apostle%Paul Paul

                                           C--Coptics.htm-

CopticsPlus.htm Are about An Early Coptic Translation and John 1:1c.- a god"== WhatIsagod.htm

a god" == Open SonOfGod-and-God’SonVerses-Vs-GodTheSon-Verses.htm-- Open GodtheSon.htm

The  (Open) Coptics in 200-300 A.D. understood God’s word and translated John 1:1 as   "a god" 

back before the Nicene Creed appeared in 325AD. 200-300 A.D. Open SahidicCopticGospelofJohn.htm

The Coptics understood Koine Greek very well and used it every day as an Administration language Open CopticsPlus.htm

 

John1.1 Any difficulty in understanding this verse is intentionally caused by the translators

Study 1- GODorgod.htm -2 -AllCaps.htm Theos-2316-God-god-Strongs.htm-Commentaries.htm & ContentsT.htm is TheTrinityIsItRealAndIsItBiblical.htm

Commentators.htm and SbtsCommentaryNote.htmEnough Is Enough.htm-2Tim3-16-17.htm

Study The ImitateRule.htm & GWGPNC Rule.htm-- Who is-I-the Red I’s (Open)  Jesus’Life.htm.

For A List of Unbiblical Words That Invalidate Gods Words-Open Words.htm

0511Strongs-defined +  Compare Many Different Translations –in -Prov8-22.htm  and read verses 24 and 25 in any Bible.

Which One Is Not Real-- SatanOrJesus.htm-

 

C—Church Or Congregation.htm

                            C--ConstantinesCrossVision.htm plus all the below

 It was one of the major turning points in all of history. For Christendom

In 312, Constantine had a vision of a cross in the sky and he adopted Christianity.

It was one of the major turning points in all of history. ConstantinesCrossVision.htm Plus CrossPlus.htm TheCrossSymbolSyndrome.htm

(20) C--Many are aware of the "Jehovah's Witnesses" (JWs) belief that Jesus did not die on a cross, and think that this

idea originated from them. There were others, however, who held to this idea long before the JWs took up the teaching

 Open JWs AreNotTheFirst.htm

 

Battle of Milvian Bridge---Battle of Milvian Bridge on October 28, 312.

The battle is noteworthy also because Constantinian victory was attributed by Christian sources to God.

Open Events of the battle

Bridge#Events_of_the_battle  plus The Edict of Milan,

SIMPLE overall Conclusion in C ConclusionOnMakingHoliday.htm- Plus SbtsCommentaryNote.htm

 

Christendom -The seeds of Christendom were laid in 306 A.D., when Emperor Constantine became co-ruler of the Roman Empire. In 312 he converted to Christianity, and in 325 Christianity became the official religion of the Empire.

Constantine1& 2 Established Christianity as the official religion, but he did so by including the Trinity into the official religion. The Trinity is unsupported by the Bible and since Constantine was pagan the concept of Trinity would have sat easily with him. This situation would also go a long way to explain why so many Christians might believe in the Trinity today - due to church tradition.  Note the Trinity concept was formulated as a political solution to Constantine’s problems of stabilizing his empire through compromise on religious issues—This Is-Additional Note Sent in by a Reader-AdditionalNote2.htm

                               Constantine1&2  Established Christianity as the official religion

2.1  The original Nicene Creed of 325

                                                                                   2.2 The Nicene Creed of 381

                                                                 2.3 Comparison between Creed of 325 and Creed of 381  

Eusebius of Nicomedia & Constantine1’s   Relations with Arius -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eusebius_of_Nicomedia#Relations_with_Arius            EusebiusSpeaksInTongues.htm     

 

The haughty Said to Jesus--- JN 7:20

The crowd answered, "You have a demon ! Who seeks to kill You?"  Study WhatDefilesTheMan.htm

 

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C1.htm

CROSSplus.doc

CROSSplusMore.htm

Catholicism-Catechism.doc

Catholicism-Catechism.htm

Certified-Worship.htm

Cessationism.htm

Christendom.htm

ChristianCongregationOfJehovahsWitnseses.htm

ChristianDuty.htm

ChristianSymbols.htm

ChristianitySimplified.htm

Christmas.htm

ChristmasPLUS.htm

ChristmasPLUS2.htm

Church.htm

ChurchHistory1.htm

ChurchOrCongregation.htm

Col-2-8-9-plus.htm

Col1-15.htm

ColwellsRule.htm

ComingOUTofTheWORLD.htm

Commentaries.htm

Commentary-John-5-23-Hornor-Jesus-Plus.htm

Commentary-Php-2-6.htm

CommentaryJohn5-23HornorJesusPlus.htm

CommentaryNABJn1-1-2.htm

CommentaryNote.htm

CommentaryNote4.htm

CommentaryOnBiblePrefaces.htm

CommentaryOnFalseWonders.htm

CommentaryPhp2-6.htm

CommentaryVerseN0ListSBTs.htm

Commentators.htm

CommunicationsAge.htm

ComputerCheck.htm

ComputerCheckTwo.htm

Concept.htm

ConclusionOnMakingHoliday.htm

Constantine1and2.htm

ConstantinesCrossVision.htm

ConstantinopleBackground.htm

Contents81.htm

ContentsC-C.htm

ContentsT.htm

ContextAwareness.htm

Continuationism.htm

Coptics.htm

CopticsPlus.htm

CrossPlus.doc

CrossPlus.htm

CultandOccultPart2.htm