What did the bishops determine to do?


"This theocratical theory was already the prevailing one in the time of Constantine; and . . . the bishops
voluntarily made themselves dependent on him by their disputes, and by their determination to make use of
the power of the state for the furtherance of their aims."-Id., page 132.
NOTE-The "theocratical theory" was that of a government administered by God through the
church, particularly through the church bishops.

How is unity preserved in the diversities of gifts?
Why should wives he in subjection to their husbands?
What work did Daniel see finally assigned to the saints?
What is of more importance than any outward ceremony?
What did God do in the beginning on the seventh day?
1. How did Christ feel concerning Jerusalem, as He was about to make His final visit to the city before His crucifixion?
Before Gentiles become Israelites, in what condition are they?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle