Eusebius: The Conversion of Constantine Lawrence Liu Mr. Chang In “Eusebius: The Conversion of Constantine,” Eusebius, the Bishop of Caesarea describes the amazing and seemingly divine miracles that envelop the emperor Constantine. The theme of the piece revolves on how Constantine is able to transition and narrow out all beliefs and finally centralizing on Christianity. Eusebius describes how Constantine was confronted by God and was told of his powers. In chronological order, Constantine’s enlightenment or metamorphosis quickly shows as he becomes a changed man with new values and perspectives. In “Eusebius: The Conversion of Constantine,” Eusebius writes his point of view in seeing what happens when one is confronted and realizes the miracles of God. The reading is trying to display how God was able to reach out to certain people. Through this, Christianity was able to develop and prosper. Eusebius, who was unable to experience this miracle himself, writes on what he sees that has changed within the emperor
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