Constantine Exempts Jewish Priests and Synagogue Leaders From Physical Public Service Hot

Constantine Exempts Jewish Priests and Synagogue Leaders From Physical Public Service

Constantine the Great: In Hoc Signo Vinces

Timeline of History

Religious History
Jewish History
Church & State History
Countries

Constantine the Great declares that Jewish priests and synagogue leaders are now exempt from physical compulsory public service.

Constantine's decree states:

"We command that priests, rulers of the synagogues, fathers of the synagogues, and all others who serve the synagogues will be freed from any compulsory public service of a corporal nature." [CTh 16.8.4]

Video

Constantine the Great Biography

Powered by JReviews

Today's Major Events

Wallace v. Jaffree: U.S. Judge Hand Won't Dismiss Challenge to School Prayer Law
Birth of Tycho Brahe, Danish Alchenist and Last of the Naked-Eye Astronomers
McClean v. Arkansas: Georgia Professor Testifies in Favor of Teaching Creationism in Public Schools
Israeli Government Votes to Annex Golan Heights