Christendom

Monday, 30 Dec 2013

From Judea, Samaria, to the ends of the "earth" as it was then known, the gospel went forth in the early decades and centuries of the new millennium, and daily many were added to the community of saints. From the perspective of the Roman Empire, Christianity went from a persecuted movement on the fringe of society to a tolerated religious sect. But everything changed from the early fourth century with the conversion of a 40-year-old politician. In the words of one historian, Christianity was on the threshold of absorbing a whole society. (<a ...

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