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The Rise Of Christianity

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The rise of Christianity put an end to the classical age of Europe with the help of the Romans, Christianity spread much faster. Rome was one of the main centers of Christian development. One of the Roman emperors, Constantine, let freedom of conscience for the people, made Christianity on a full legal equality with any religion in Rome, and later it was the official religion of the empire. 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. St. Paul also aid in the spread of Christianity, he set up the doctrines that are the basis for Christianity which was: Jesus was sent by God to redeem humanity from sins, all humans are sinful because of Adam and Eve, by dying on the cross, Jesus made it possible for humans to be saved, anyone could be saved thro...

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