102. "Constantine's ecumenism was not a defensive closing of the ranks, like its modern counterpart, but a universal missionary attack launched at a time when he had boldly estimated that the tide was running in Christianity's favor. Moreover ... Constantine (as King James I of England appreciatively noted) was influenced by a political motive." - pp. 224-225, The Ancient World: "Christianity: From Hunted Sect to State Religion," Michael Grant, 1970, Mankind Publishing Company.
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