A 2006 BBC docudrama series narrated by Alisdair Simpson, co-produced by BBC, ZDF and the Discovery Channel.
Episode 5: It tells the story of how the Emperor Constantine brought Christianity to the western world. In AD 312, Rome was in crisis. The empire had been divided into four parts, each with its own emperor who fought one another. Constantine intervened and united Rome, using military might and a new religion - Christianity.
Cast: David Threlfall as Constantine John Blakey as General Gnaeus John Woodvine as Lactantius Charles Dale as Maxentius Andrew Havill as Bassianus Paul Mooney as Priest Louise Delamere as Fausta Andrew Westfield as Bato Lyall B. Watson as Senator Danny Webb as Licinius Lucy Gaskell as Constantia Sophie Hunter as Sophronia
Historical consultant: Averil Cameron Writers: Colin Heber-Percy & Lyall B. Watson Producer & director: Tim Dunn
Christianity has been mired in the beliefs and actions of the church from its very inception. In this video, I explore the way this 'Churchianity' has been used to draw people away from the original meaning and intent of Christianity. ~Expand for links~