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In Jesus Wars historian Philip Jenkins tells the fascinating violent story of the Church's fifth century battles over 'right belief' that had a far greater impact on the future of Christianity and the world than the much touted Council of Nicea convened by Constantine a century before Over the last 2000 years Christians have repeatedly struggled to resolve the tension between two seemingly rival claims Jesus was fully human and yet fully divine Never was the debatecentral to Christianity than during the Church Councils of the fifth century The struggles with the Roman Empire over these issues were breathtaking and bloody and involved a galaxy of incredible characters The story culminates in a full scale civil war that tears the empire apart for decades over the core uestion of the nature of Jesus ChristIn Jesus Wars historian Philip Jenkins tells the fascinating violent story of the Church's fifth century battles over 'right belief' that had a far greater impact on the future of Christianity and the world than the much touted Council of Nicea convened by Constantine a century before Over the last 2000 years Christians have repeatedly struggled to resolve the tension between two seemingly rival claims Jesus was fully human and yet fully divine Never was the debatecentral to Christianity than during the Church Councils of the fifth century The struggles with the Roman Empire over these issues were breathtaking and bloody and involved a galaxy of incredible characters The story culminates in a full scale civil war that tears the empire apart for decades over the core uestion of the nature of Jesus ChristIn Jesus Wars historian Philip Jenkins tells the fascinating violent story of the Church's fifth century battles over 'right belief' that had a far greater impact on the future of Christianity and the world than the much touted Council of Nicea convened by Constantine a century before Over the last 2000 years Christians have repeatedly struggled to resolve the tension between two seemingly rival claims Jesus was fully human and yet fully divine Never was the debatecentral to Christianity than during the Church Councils of the fifth century The struggles with the Roman Empire over these issues were breathtaking and bloody and involved a galaxy of incredible characters The story culminates in a full scale civil war that tears the empire apart for decades over the core uestion of the nature of Jesus Christ