Many scholars, who have done research on the Great Contradiction between Acts 2 and Matthew 28, have concluded that the absurd line was inserted in Matthew 28:19 was ordered by Constantine.<quoted text>
And I am suppose to take the word of some unbaptized heathens word for that. Sorry, but once again you don't know what you are talking about.
How about how arius reformulated his Christology so that Constantine would let him go home? Constantine did not try to make any changes to the decision of the Council of Nicaea.
Anyway, "in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost", is a forgery.