The Rise Of Christianity: The History Of A Roman Empire

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1. Christianity originate from Judaism. Judaea was a Roman province, and the Emperor of Rome was the ruler. At that time, the Israelites didn’t like the roman rule, so they were waiting at the messiah to save them from oppression, and to establish a paradise on earth. Jesus of Nazareth was a Palestinian Jew, but he grew up in a place called Galilee. He started to preach at a young age. Jesus didn’t come to abolish the law of the old prophets, but he came to achieve them. His message was very simple. He preached about humility, charity and brotherly love. Some of the preaching of Jesus of Nazareth were; Don’t do anything to others, if you don’t want others to do it to you. He wants us to love one another. To love God with all our hearts and …show more content…
The Barbarians took the tactics and the strategy of the Roman army back to their nation, which made peoples outside the Empire were able to break the Roman borders. The rise of Christianity made people to start having different fate than the Empire. According to the PowerPoint of chapter 7, “belief in Christianity also undermined the military virtues the Empire was founded upon.” In my opinion, the conquered territory was too large to defend adequately played the largest role in the fall of Rome because they were not able to defend the land. In my opinion, when a country is unable to defend their land, the enemies of the country would not attack them, and start taking over the …show more content…
The first European university appear in a city in Italy called Bologna. This university was founded in 1088. The university were noted for law. According to the textbook, “Most of them were laymen, usually older individuals who served as administrators to kings and princes were eager to learn more about law so that they could apply it in their jobs (256).” Basically this university were for people who wanted to learn more about law or I could say it was a university of law. The first officially recognized university was the University of Paris. The University of Paris was recognized in 1200. The existence of the University of Paris were recognized by Philip Augustus who was the king of France at that time. The two universities emerged in England during that area were; the University of Oxford and Cambridge University. The University of Oxford emerged in England in 1208, and Cambridge University emerged in

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