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What factors helped spread Christianity?
The major starting factor to the spread of Christianity was Constantine. He made Christianity the religion of Rome and built Constantinople, the new Christian capitol of the eastern Roman Empire. Christianity did not have very easy though. They were widely persecuted, and most everyone had contempt for them.
How is Christianity really started?
Though most of the historical record for the start of the Christian faith is recorded in the New Testament accounts, the history of Christianity actually began with prophecy in the Old Testament. There are over 300 prophecies (predictions) that span over a period of 1000 years that are recorded in the Old Testament concerning the coming of a Jewish Messiah.
When did Christianity begin origin of Christianity?
Christianity began in the 1st century AD after Jesus died and resurrected, as a small group of Jewish people in Judea, but quickly spread throughout the Roman empire. Despite early persecution of Christians, it later became the state religion. In the Middle Ages it spread into Northern Europe and Russia.
What is the date when Christianity began?
The date of origin of Christianity was in the 1st century and the date of origin of Judaism is 1300 years earlier. The origins of Christian religion began as a Jewish sect and is known as an Abrahamic religion. Christians are comprised of Roman Catholics and the many Protestant religions.