anonymous
  • anonymous
Which fourth-century Roman emperor legalized Christianity? A. Constantine B. Caligula C. Diocletian D. Commodus
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Surana
  • Surana
I believe it was Constantine. Could be wrong, but that's my best guess. Definitely wasn't Nero. The guy was all anti-Christianity. If there was a guy who enjoyed taking out Christians, it was him.
SoullessEyes
  • SoullessEyes
Do you think it was Constantine or Commodus Surana? Both were quite pro Christianity
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think its constantine

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SoullessEyes
  • SoullessEyes
Alright go with that. And Surana gets a medal with this :D
Surana
  • Surana
Definitely not Commodus. He came later.
Surana
  • Surana
I mean, beforehand. He was first century, not fourth.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i like both of your profile pics
Surana
  • Surana
Thank you.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Good job!

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