Christianity in the Roman Empire from 50 to 400
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The history of Christianity began after the crucifiction of Jesus Christ. Thereafter, the 'faithful' of Jesus, the apostles and the four Gospels (St.Mark, St.Luke, St.Matthew and St.John) began to propagate this religion to the people of the Roman Empire. The beginning of this religion was difficult because the 'groups' were scattered and had there were several visions of Christ.
Thus, they practiced different rituals to worship Christ. However, this changed with the advent of Paul. Paul became the leader of the religion and tried to impose his vision by bringing together all the groups of apostles into a single group. He spoke of 'the Church'. This institution was organized and centralized and it had a strong influence in the Empire.
Tags - Christianity, the Roman Empire, Paul