Did Roman Emperors create Christianity? Discovered archaeological evidence reveals the hidden link between the first Christians and the ruling elites of Rome. A conspiracy to end the great conflict between Jews and Rome changed the course of history. This secret is now revealed in the Creating Christ documentary.
Did Roman Emperors create Christianity? Researchers and scholars James S. Valliant and Warren Fahy take us on a journey, piecing together various physical archaeological artifacts that link the ruling Roman elites of the first century to the first Christians – a link which remained hidden till now. They then reveal the secret ways Christianity was used by subsequent rulers to ensure the religion survived and thrived into modern times.
Based on their book of the same name, the Creating Christ documentary reveals this secret conspiracy which began as a way to end the great conflict between Jews and Rome, and ended up changing the course of history, still being in use to this very day. With additional supportive research from scholars Dr. Robert Price, Professor Robert Eisenman, and Acharya Sanning / D.M. Murdock, this documentary adds even greater validity to the thesis that Rome created the New Testament.
Did Roman Emperors create Christianity? Researchers and scholars James S. Valliant and Warren Fahy take us on a journey, piecing together various physical archaeological artifacts that reveal the hidden link between the ruling Roman elites of the first century and the earliest Christians.
Valliant and Fahy’s research led them to discover a symbol – never before used by Roman emperors – that was minted thousands of times on coins during the reign of the Flavian ruler Titus, and at the same time began being used by early Christians in different variations. The fact that the New Testament was also written during this same era creates an astonishing connection that appears to be much more than coincidence.
Besides analyzing the writings of Paul and documenting the rise and fall of the Flavian dynasty and their connection to early Christians, Creating Christ also delves into the subsequent changes of the nascent Christian religion – tracing its earliest evolution in the 2nd and 3rd centuries, through its being codified to become the official religion of Rome under Flavius Constantine in the 4th century, and how subsequent rulers secretly used certain New Testament passages to serve their purposes into our modern times.
A most thorough and non-theological historical analysis of the origin of the Christian religion, the Creating Christ thesis is supported by additional research from scholars Dr. Robert Price, Professor Robert Eisenman, and Acharya Sanning / D.M. Murdock, revealing a conspiracy that is still in effect in our society today.