The Spread Of Christianity In Rome
The Spread of Christianity in Rome
The expansion of the Roman Empire brought with it, many new concepts that were able to change; not only the concepts itself, but also the people of that era. Christianity, for example, was one of the life altering concepts. Christian beliefs go back many centuries to the time of Jesus. The basis of Christianity was formed primarily by him and Saint Paul, and surely gained followers thereafter. This belief came about in Rome during a chaotic time, when people were desperately searching for a form of salvation, and Christianity was the perfect solution. Who would have thought that centuries later Christianity would become the major religion of the Roman Empire.
Jesus of Nazareth was born in Judea, sometimes around the beginning of the Christian era. He lived during an extremely chaotic time, when people were bombarded with many religious concepts, and were filled with discontent toward the political system. There were groups of people who focused on preserving Jewish laws and concepts, and predicted the coming of a figure who would rescue the Jews for Tome. They were known as the Pharisees. The Zealots, who wished to
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