Ancient Rome and Christianity: Christianity Rising Because of the Ancient Roman Empire, Toleration of Christianity by Paganism, Retaliatory Deaths After the Death of Jesus Christ, the Difference Between Criminal and Gladiator Death, the Reason Christians Were Persecuted, Persecution of Christians Differing Between the 4 Tetrarchs, and the Edict That Stopped the Persecution of Christians

The rise of Christianity owed much to Rome and the stability the empire provided. Roman roads and shipping lanes enabled the Christian message to spread, whilst paganism did not demand the exclusion or destruction of other beliefs like Christianity. The execution of Christ was demanded by the Jewish high priest, and the Roman governor Pontius Pilate, agreed out of a desire to keep the peace in Judea. After the death of Christ, sporadic violence ensued including the stoning of Stephen, but this w...

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