How A.D.325 Turkish bible was used to mutate people thinking

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How the A.D. 325 Turkish bible was used to mutate people's thinking. Hardly anyone associated Turkey with the bible, but it was at a place name Iznik, or Nicea that Constantine 1, held his 1 - 7 council meetings to canonzied the scripture.  Over several sessions the assembly of 300 bishops from across the Christian world attended to settle doctrines (1)  that  Christ was not equal with God but a lesser divine being. (2) the date of easter. (3) various matters of church administration. (4) icons used for idolatry. (5) 1097 use of the  First Crusade, (6) the second coming of Christ. Everything of the council meeting was later imposed on the world in 1220 A.D. by emperor and papal violent legislations to punish heretics against the ecclesiastical regime/Rome.     

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