The roman empire aid the spread of christianity in many ways because the romans are tolerate of religion, christianity spread much faster around when christianity was rising, rome starts to decline, so there are a lot of poor people and the poor tends to like christianity a lot. History summarized: spread of christianity - продолжительность: 20:15 overly sarcastic productions 116 027 просмотров god and empire: greeks, jews and romans - продолжительность: 32:42 faith reason 5 504 просмотра. The roman empire was the place where christianity spread it isalso the place where its doctrines and churches developedtherefore were can say that what was called the greek or eastern church became the main form of christianity in this eastern part of the roman empire. During this period the roman empire spread its power and influence over a large part of europe claudius conquered much of britain and trajan took control of dacia christian clergymen took paul of tarsus as their case to pull in supporters, other than utilized the silk streets to spread christianity.
Free essay: the success of christianity in the roman empire the roman empire, before christianity, was a polytheistic culture within the roman empire, christianity was just a new cult, supported by their emperor there was the promise of afterlife for true followers. Persecution of christians in the roman empire occurred intermittently over a period of over two centuries between the great fire of rome in 64 ad under nero caesar and the edict of milan in 313. The first christians were jewish they lived in small communities and still practiced traditional jewish holidays and rituals christianity appealed to the common people and the poor in a time when the roman empire was a corrupt and decadent place, christianity offered something else. Focus question- assess the rise of christianity in the roman empire under the rule of emperor constantine i and explain how constantine pushed christianity unto the romans constantine was the main cause of christianity spreading throughout the roman empire, however, it came at great.
The rise of christianity in the roman empire the story of christianity's rise to prominence is a remarkable one but also blurry one as far as historical fact about the beginnings of christianity that is many scholars point to the time around 4 bc as the most likely period for christ's birth, but that is also.
Why did christianity spread throughout the roman empire this question could be answered in one of two ways this essay will be focused on why christianity was able to do that also, the persecution of the christians by the state will not be considered in this essay. Rise of the ancient roman empire by marioancient roman empire rome had a war god in its lineage and wolf milk in itsbelly, implying that its the byzantine empire while caesar augustus was establishing rome's greatness, christianity was beginning in the roman province of judea. Diocletion was a roman emperor that persecuted the christians he persecuted them by sending out edicts to all the empire saying that all churches be destroyed, scriptures be burned, people that were christian and held places of honor be degraded, and citizens that practiced christianity after the.
- the spread of christianity by the roman empire christianity began with judaism in the eastern mediterranean a man named jesus, both human and - christians went from being persecuted to dominating rome rather quickly in a world where separation between church and state does not exist. Part of the reason that the roman empire was so prosperous was that they were extremely tolerant as long as you obeyed the law code, paid your taxes and were loyal to the state they did not care along those same lines the romans were very tolerant of other religions, so long as you worshiped. The spread of buddhism and christianity buddhism and christianity were each founded by one person, and then eventually grew into two of the largest religions in the world three of the several factors that aided to the growth of christianity in the roman empire were the central beliefs and. The number of christians was increasing within the empire, as was the influence of the church merging the two strengthened the power of both from constantine's rule on, christianity was the official religion of the empire the christian church was granted tax exempt status, and roman.
Christianity spread throughout the roman world, especially the eastern mediterranean, in the years after the death of christ because christian communities were spread out, in sporadic contact, and forced underground by the roman state, many forms of christianity flourished in different areas. The reason that the christian religion spread so quickly and so successfully in the roman empire was because it appealed to the masses of the roman therefore, constantine is basically the savior of christianity because if he did not promote christianity, most likely the religion, christianity would. Christianity was like no other religion the roman empire had ever seen before it challenged all its values and morals in every way possible and because constantine officially stared the acceptance of christianity in the rome and even after his death the spread and acceptance of christianity didn't.
Christian apostles, such as paul, worked to spread christianity throughout the roman empire some say that the apostles traveled as far as 10,000 miles throughout at first, the spread of christianity was difficult it was often misunderstood and because of this, there was a lot of fear around it. In this alternative reality constantine the great never embraces the christianity and the roman empire remains polytheistic so i would like to know what realistic change(s.
Christianity arose as a religion of underprivileged, but spread across the roman empire by the 5th ad it needs to be noted that due to the diversity of roman population, a number of worships were popular in various regions of the empire for instance, mithraism was widespread in the legions. Did the roman empire help to spread christianity, and if so, in what ways pax romana during the times of christ and the apostles, the roman empire was the dominant world power and they subjugated all nations which they conquered, but they also allowed them certain freedoms, like the. Christianity and the roman empire by dr sophie lunn-rockliffe last updated 2011-02-17 the history of the decline and fall of the roman empire is a six-volume work by the english historian edward gibbonit traces western civilization (as well as the islamic and mongolian.