Up until Constantine The Great both Jewish and Christian religions were small religions among many others that vanished throughout history. Not only they were small, but both were also constantly persecuted.
When Constantine The Great had his “revelation”, he forcefully converted the entire Roman Empire.
This huge conversion, not only helped in “validating” Christianity, it helped also in validating Judaism as its ancestor religion.
Later came Islam and helped “validating” even more, but it was really Constantine the great that gave the big boost.
Constantine’s move and the “validations” of Christianity and Islam had probably an influences on Judaism as a religion and as a culture ?
I am searching for any kinds of references that discuss the matter or that may describe some differences pre and post Constantine the Great’s forced conversion to Christianity?