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.06.2017 Information for the book: The Book of St. George The English Saint George (c. 300 CE) is venerated in the Roman Catholic Church and several Eastern Orthodox Churches. In the Roman Catholic Church, the Feast of St. George is celebrated on 23 April, which is why it is often called the "feast of the peacemakers". In other Orthodox Churches, the feast is celebrated on 23 October. The feast of St. George is celebrated in the Anglican Communion, and in some Protestant traditions, such as the United States of America, the Protestant Episcopal Church, and Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. The name "George" derives from the name of the Roman emperor, Constantine (27 March 274-13 July 337). Constantine was baptized on this day. The Church's association with Constantine and the name "George" stems from the fact that the Emperor was an early convert to Christianity. When Constantine was made a Christian, he adopted the name "George" in the honor of the Biblical king, whose name also means "God-protected". To distinguish the two men, the Emperor Constantine was called "the Great", and the saint's name was "the Less". Although the Christian faith of the early centuries was a faith of monotheism, it took more than a century before the faith's leaders and theologians embraced the doctrine of "one God, the Father, from whom all life and being proceed". This doctrine was first formulated in writing during the first half of the second century CE by the Roman theologian Tertullian (155-220 CE). Tertullian died a martyr's death for his Christian faith. The high priest of the Christian faith, the Bishop of Rome (Pope), named Tertullian the greatest theologian of the early Christian Church. Tertullian's theological views had a profound effect on the Church. Tertullian's writings appeared to be more ancient than they really were because they were written in a "prestigious" style which was similar to the style used by ancient Roman theologians. Tertullian's views were also similar to the Coptic and Ethiopian churches and the Greek East. In the mid-fifth century CE, the Roman theologian Dionysius (died 467) summed up Tertullian's teachings. Within a generation of Tertullian's death, the Roman Empire had begun to split into two parts. When the Emperor Constantius II (AD 337



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