Philosophy and Theology are distinctly different disciplines and are neither dependent nor exclusive of each other. Christianity did not rise into philosophy, or the other way around. That is, a Christian may philosophize while a philosopher ponders Christianity.
Christianity meshed with the Pagan culture which established the Catholic church and all of our major holidays today.
Christianity is '''THE TRUTH.''' Philosophy is a group of worldly so called intellects discussing their truth in a Starbucks.
Shortly after the resurrection, as Christianity (then called "The Way") was spreading throughout Judea, it was taken to the Hellenists (Greek Jews) where it really began in philosophy. During Jesus Christ's ministry, Greek philosophers had heard about Him and attempted to ask questions, but couldn't. If they had, the ball would have begun rolling sooner.
Christianity and Greek Philosophy
You need to specify what is is that we need to compare the rise of Christianity in the Roman Empire to.
In mainstream Christianity, it symbolizes the rebirth in Jesus Christ.
paul spreaded christianity throughout the empire
John H. Berthrong has written: 'Expanding process' -- subject(s): Chinese Philosophy, Philosophy, Philosophy and religion 'All under heaven' -- subject(s): Christianity, Christianity and other religions, Confucian Philosophy, Confucianism, Neo-Confucianism, Philosophy, Relations
It's the way Christianity spread throughout the world
One criticism is that because Christianity is based on faith, it has discouraged critical thinking.
Raimundo Panikkar has written: 'Christophany' 'The intrareligious dialogue' 'A dwelling place for wisdom' -- subject(s): Christianity, Christianity and other religions, Comparative Philosophy, Hinduism, Life, Philosophy, Comparative, Relations, Religions, Self (Philosophy), Tradition (Philosophy), Wisdom
You should be doing your own work rather than pasting the assignment question here and hoping someone answers it for you. Plagiarism has serious consequences.
The philosophy of Christianity is that Christ is the Son of God and came to be a sacrifice for our sins. It is a gift and all you have to do is accept it. Then Christ will send the Holy Spirit into your heart and life to guide you.
Charles Strong has written: 'The church of Jesus' -- subject(s): Philosophy, Philosophy and religion, Christianity
Actually two: philosophy and alchemy.
The rise of axsum was after the declining of zagwee dynesity by king ezana who was first accepted Christianity.
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Augustine was a bishop
Charles Werner has written: 'La philosophie moderne' -- subject(s): Christianity, Modern Philosophy, Philosophy
The Romans did not have a philosophy of their own. They adopted some schools of Greek philosophy. In the classical period Stoicism and Epicureanism were popular. With the rise of Christianity Neo-Platonism became important. The most important aspect of citizenship was that citizens had rights. Roman law was based on the principle of rights and legal protection for citizens.
Surjit Singh. has written: 'Panjabi' 'A philosophy of integral relation - Samyagdarsana -' -- subject- s -: Hinduism, Christianity, Philosophy, Christianity and other religions, Relations 'Mukat jugat navai ki dasi'
The Rise of Christianity The First Thousand Years - 1998 TV was released on: USA: 29 November 1998