What enabled the Christian religion to spread in Rome?
multiple choice or do we have to give an answer of our own?
i think it's "give an answer"
What are some things you possibly know about Christianity and Rome?
rome ruled some of mesopotamia and italy
and the person who created christianity was constantine
Did you have any material to read on about Christianity and Rome?
Here is some prime examples. (1)"One way that Rome incorporated diverse peoples was by supporting their religious heritage, building temples to local deities that framed their theology within the hierarchy of Roman religion. Inscriptions throughout the Empire record the side-by-side worship of local and Roman deities, including dedications made by Romans to local gods." (2) "Rome did not like Christianity because it was seen as a threat to the Roman Empire. Religion has the power to inspire people, which in turn may cause rebellion. Romans also didn't like Christianity because it was its own belief and Romans always wanted to have just one belief." Sources: https://nwspiritism.com/spiritist-knowledge/why-did-the-romans-hate-the-christians/
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