The Origins of Christianity and the Universe, Pt 2: Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar

This is a continuation of an earlier article, The Origins of Christianity and the Universe: Constantine and the Cosmic Microwave Background, but can be read as a stand alone article as well. Alexander the Great died in Babylon in 323BC under mysterious circumstances.  Some say he died due to disease.  Others that he was poisoned. More...

by Tristan Fischer | Published 5 years ago
By Tristan Fischer On Friday, March 22nd, 2013
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The Origins of Christianity and the Universe: Constantine and the Cosmic Microwave Background

Superficially the Roman Emperor Constantine, who made Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire, and the Planck Observatory, which just released the oldest pictures of the Universe when it was a mere More...