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Pre-modern humans were accustomed to returning a portion of the earth’s produce to the origin and source of destiny through sacrifice, signifying dependency and indebtedness. He was known to materialize, dematerialize and bi-locate. The most successful experiment in church plan- Success and Failure in Late Antique Church Planning ning was evolved at the very beginning of Constan- tine's reign, or possibly a few years earlier, sim- ultaneously in both the east and the west of the Empire.

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Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (December 8, 2005)

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