Where did Christianity came from?
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Answer . Jesus did not die n the cross but was spirited away by faithful followers and spent the remainder of his life preaching his message in northern India. His final destination is believed to have been in what is now Thibet, but the details of his death and burial are not recoprded.
Buddhism came before Christianity, it was founded around the fifth century BC in India. Christianity began at 1st century AD in Jerusalem. Addition to above: Whilst Jesus actually walked on the earth 2000 years ago, Christians believe that he was prophesised many hundreds of years before by Old… testament prophets, and in John's Gospel, he begins with the proclamation that Jesus was present as God at Creation (or as we would call it now, the 'Big Bang'). This reflects the similar verses at the start of the Old Testament where God is placed at the beginning of Creation as the Creator (the Father) who gave the Word (the Son), through his Spirit that spread over the newly created world (the Holy Spirit) - hence the Trinity was present - Jesus being just one part - at the moment of Creation. So in theological terms it could be argued that Christ, the founder of Christianity, predated Buddhism by many many hundreds, if not thousands or millions of years. However, many Buddhists, going off of the Aá¹£á¹asÄhasrikÄ prajÃ±Ä-pÄramitÄ, have a similar concept called Dharmakaya, the essence of existence and the universe, to which the Buddhas are Nirmanakayas of, and thus these Buddhists can make the same such claims, making Buddhism, in theological terms, thousands of millions of years older than Christianity. Answer: Buddhism by 500 years. However, if you consider that Buddhism and Christianity draw fundamentals from two different sources, Christianity from traditions common to Judaism and Buddhism from Hinduism. The base religions were founded in 3000 BCE for Hinduism and 1500 BCE for Judaism (both estimates) Therefore in some ways Buddhist roots go back 1500 years further than Christianity's roots or 3000 years earlier if Christianity is considered a stand alone faith founded in 1 CE. Buddhism is much 500 years older than Christianity. It was established by Siddhartha Gautama sometime between the sixth and fourth century BCE. Siddharth was a prince who became concerned with the suffering of the world and gave up all of his worldly goods and desires to seek enlightenment (nirvana). Once he attained this he taught his followers how they too could attain this state. One who has attained enlightenment is a "buddha". Buddhism is thought to have influenced some thinking in the early Christian Church. ( Full Answer )
Paganism, Celtic religions, Ancient Roman, Greek, Egyptian polytheistic religions. Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism. Shinto, Taoism, Confucianism. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- From this we learn that every Christian, Jew…, Muslim and Buddhist is a convert or of convert ancestry. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- There are so many different thoughts of the 1st., are you referring to the pagan? Or are you talking about the true dependence upon Elohim which to me is the first cause Adam and eve being the 1st. humans to communed which the trinity of YWHW.(1st mentioning of this with a Super natural beings)This is the 1st written account . So when you look at from the beginning every other religion is after this. ( Full Answer )
Christianity is the overarching multi-denominational tag. Catholicism is a specific sect. Therefore Christianity predates, but also includes, Catholicism. . Catholic Answer Christianity was the religion that was started by Jesus Christ on the rock of Peter, the Apostle, who was the first Pope…, and thus His Vicar on earth. The early Fathers of the Church first used the word, Catholic to describe this Church because the word catholic means universal, and thus the Catholic religion and the Christian religion are the same thing. In the contemporary world, many people use the word, Christian, to refer to protestants and other heretical sects which have broken away from the Catholic Church in the last four centuries or so. But historically, and classically, the two words "Catholic" and "Christian" mean exactly the same thing. It is only in the modern world among non-Catholics that the word "Christian" has basically become meaningless. from A Catholic Dictionary , edited by Donald Attwater, Second edition, revised 1957 . Christian A name first given to the followers of our Lord at Antioch (Acts xi, 26). Since the rise of Protestantism the name has been used in so many different senses as to have become almost meaningless: it may indicate a Catholic or a Unitarian, or even be applied to an infidel who displays some virtue which is associated with Christ. It may reasonably be applied to the members of all the ancient churches, whether in communion with the Holy See, or not, and to those Protestants who profess, explicitly or implicitly, the Nicaean creed in its traditional interpretation. The Church puts no definite official meaning on the word, as she does on Catholic.. The ecumenical movement, contrary to what many believe, has only one purpose, and that is to return all of those who profess belief in Jesus Christ back to the true Church. The current state of affairs, which has involved redefining language, re-writing history, and redefining Jesus, Himself, has got to stop. To deny that the Catholic Church is the only "Christian" Church is, to some extent, to deny Jesus Christ, and attempt to redefine Him as something other than what He was and is. Remember that Our Blessed Lord, Himself, said that the Church was "His". It is His Body, and He only has ONE Body! ( Full Answer )
who knows? religion is so muffled in its history. Mormons say that christ did it himself, modern day christains say they did it, etc.... so whom ever you want to belive is who did it. but remember this true native amercians still belive or try to belive their old ways as best as they can. so the… correct answer is nobody..... ( Full Answer )
the same way that Catholicism came, people on boats brought their beliefs wherever they traveled.
Christianity was introduced by Spanish settlers when they arrivedin Jamaica in1509. Christianity originated in different forms orversions over several centuries.
One source found on the internet presents the following dates for one major figure associated with each: Muhammad: 570 - 632 CE . . . 1,378 years ago Jesus: 1 - 30 CE . . . . . . . . . . 1,980 years ago Moses: 1500 - 1350 BCE . . . . 3,360 years ago
African religion started as a combination of myth and ritual. It graduated (through discoveries and intellectual evolution) from magic to polytheism (tribal pagan religions based upon the environment and the needs of society) as well as shamanistic and totemic practices. In the diaspora, Judaism was… spread throughout Northern Africa, followed by Christianity and later Islam. ( Full Answer )
Both churches regard themselves as the true descendant church of the early Christian church, so it's more proper to say that they originated at the same time or along parallel paths until they split formally from each other.. Yet, The Orthodox Church has only changed 1 thing about itself since the …year 33 A.D. - The Language the Liturgy is performed in (Greek, Russian, Ukrainian, etc.). The Roman Catholic Church has made many changes, and also had many other sects break off of it. ( Full Answer )
No one came up with Christianity. The religion is the culminationof the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth as put forth in the NewTestament of the Bible.
When a woman is asked where she comes from, she will respond with the name of her birthplace. A woman may also answer with the name of her parents.
The original Hindu scriptures were written prior to Christian scripture, although there are significant changes to the modern-day forms of Indian religion. Hinduism can be dated back to 2000 B.C. making it one of the longest-surviving religions. Christianity was established following the death of Ch…rist. The oldest book in the New Testament is said to be dated from about 20 A.D. ( Full Answer )
The advance of Christianity certainly strengthened the position of women in the past. The equal dignity and value of both men and women before God was a recognized fact of Christian teaching and completely revolutionary for the time. From the earliest times that understanding gradually had the effec…t of changing cultural values, laws, and practices and advancing the rights of women. "There is neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, male nor female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus." (Galatians 3:28) . A remarkable accomplishment of the early Church was to gain wide acceptance of the ideal of permanent monogamy in cultures where polygamy was common and men were permitted by custom to put aside their wives. As well, through Christian influences it was viewed for the first time as just as wrong for men to commit adultery as for women. The sin of the man was just as wrong, just as serious as the sin of the woman. This was a remarkable improvement for women. . Later, despite pressures from princes and merchants, the Council of Trent stood firm against marriages arranged without the consent of the spouses. In Catholic teaching the consent of the woman as well as the man was required for a marriage to be valid. Later still, continental European policies protecting mothers and children were influenced heavily by Catholic social thought. . ( Full Answer )
Christianity came first. Christ Established the Christian Church around 33 AD. Muhammad did not come along until the 7'Th Century.
They were One, so one cannot be first because they were one in the same. Then both churches separated in 1054. The Catholic Church regards the Orthodox Church as its Sister Church. However just because they were the same church doesnt mean they were established at the same time since the "Holy ap…ostolic universal orthodox church of god ' was one after Constantine established the begininng of theological councils starting with Nicene. The church of Jeruseleum was established approx 5 years after christs death it is originally headed by an eastern orthodox patriarch the church of antioch established approx 7 years after christs death originally headed by an oriental orthdox the church of Alexandria approx 10 years after christs death origninally headed by an oriental orthodox the churches of rome and constantinople were founded approx 20 years or more after christs death headed by a roman catholic and eastern orthodox So in this case the 'Orthodox church' is the older church however the ancient Oriental Orthodox is older than the Eastern Orthodox.Some people consider these two branches of Orthodoxy to be the same church but a misunderstandidng occured and an unfortunate schism resulted or that one is truly Orthodox and the other is not.According to the Roman Catholic church both are Orthodox in their beliefs after discussions with the Oriental Orthodox and their Cyrilian Formula instead of the Chalcedon. ( Full Answer )
As this question is included in the religious section I understand that you wish to know where we came from originally. I will try and answer to the best of my knowledge and to what I have a testimony of. Before coming to this earth as a child we were as spirits residing with our Father in heaven.… At some time during our mothers pregnancy our spirits came down from the spirit world and entered our human bodies. It is said that when the child is first felt to move then this is when this happens. The spirit has all knowledge of its previous life taken from it, so that it might live by faith alone. When we die that same spirit will return to that home from where it came. It takes back with it all that it has leaned while here upon the earth, knowledge, character and traits. All knowledge of its previous spiritual life at some stage will be returned to it. ( Full Answer )
We are all who believe that Christ is God techniquely it came to be when the 3 wise men saw Jesus born in the stable!
Roman Catholic Answer Actually, the question makes no sense, as Catholic is just the description of universal Christianity. They are two words describing the same thing. The word Catholic has been used to describe the Christian Church since the first century. Your confusion may come from the fact …that protestants and other heretics who have only existed since the sixteenth century - a full 1,500 hundred years after Our Blessed Lord established the Catholic Church and promised that it would last until the end of the world - protestants have hijacked the word "Christian" and decided that it applies to themselves. This may be true in individual cases. An individual may be a Christian (and thus a member of the Catholic Church) if they have been validly baptised and believe in the Nicene Creed in its traditional interpretation. Others are just using the word incorrectly. Another answer The title Catholic was self-applied by Christians in the second or third century. It meant "universal," and it was intended to mean those Christians who were part of the larger fellowship of Christians that extended throughout the Roman world. It is likely that the name was originally intended to distinguish between this group and the "Marcionites," since these two groups of Christians were not in fellowship with each other. So in this sense, the identifier "Christian" came before "Catholic." Catholic was also later used to distinguish between the so-called "universal" Church and others like the Manicheans. Protestants would normally refer to Catholics as Roman Catholics. Certainly, Protestants can be considered to be a breakaway from the Roman Catholic Church, and this is embedded in their name "Protestant," since it indicates that were protesting against what they considered to be the abuses and wrong doctrines of the Catholic Church. Indeed, most Catholics today would accept that there were abuses at the time of Luther's protest, and would not now support the selling of indulgences, which was a particular source of offense at the time. ( Full Answer )
Answer A Islam Answer B: Christianity began some six centuries before Islam. Answer C Actually both answers above are correct. This discrepancy needs explanation. Islam in its broader sense means submission to God and surrender to His will. In this sense, Islam is God religion since s…tart of universe creation. However, Islam per Bible revelation to Jesus is called Christianity the same way Islam per Torah revelation to Moses is called Judaism. However, Islam per the Quran revelation to prophet Muhammad by God is called the very name Islam. Quran revelation to prophet Muhammad started by year 610 AD through year 632 AD. So, Islam in its broader meaning came by start of universe creation (well before Judaism and Christianity religions) but Islam per Quran revelation to prophet Muhammad came more than 6 centuries after Christianity. Christianity started around the time of Jesus which was when our calendar started. Islam (the religion of Muslims) started in the early 7th century with Mohammad. Christianity came first. Christianity came first. ( Full Answer )
The early christians turned to a surprising model to organize the church the roman empire itself. like the roman empire the church became ruled by a hierarchy.
Islam means submitting ones will to God, and Christianity pertains to following the teachings of Jesus. As a Muslim or a Christan you should be doing both. In terms of history Jesus was born first and his religion was started first.
Genesis:1:1-31: 1: In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. 2: And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. 3: And God said, Let there be light: and there was light. 4: And God saw… the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness. 5: And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day. 6: And God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters. 7: And God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament: and it was so. 8: And God called the firmament Heaven. And the evening and the morning were the second day. 9: And God said, Let the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto one place, and let the dry land appear: and it was so. 10: And God called the dry land Earth; and the gathering together of the waters called he Seas: and God saw that it was good. 11: And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so. 12: And the earth brought forth grass, and herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed was in itself, after his kind: and God saw that it was good. 13: And the evening and the morning were the third day. 14: And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years: 15: And let them be for lights in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth: and it was so. 16: And God made two great lights; the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night: he made the stars also. 17: And God set them in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth, 18: And to rule over the day and over the night, and to divide the light from the darkness: and God saw that it was good. 19: And the evening and the morning were the fourth day. 20: And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven. 21: And God created great whales, and every living creature that moveth, which the waters brought forth abundantly, after their kind, and every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was good. 22: And God blessed them, saying, Be fruitful, and multiply, and fill the waters in the seas, and let fowl multiply in the earth. 23: And the evening and the morning were the fifth day. 24: And God said, Let the earth bring forth the living creature after his kind, cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of the earth after his kind: and it was so. 25: And God made the beast of the earth after his kind, and cattle after their kind, and every thing that creepeth upon the earth after his kind: and God saw that it was good. 26: And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth. 27: So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. 28: And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth. 29: And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat. 30: And to every beast of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to every thing that creepeth upon the earth, wherein there is life, I have given every green herb for meat: and it was so. 31: And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day. ( Full Answer )
The problem with Christianity isn't the religion itself, but the fact that its members are all human. Originally, there was one Church, what we now know as the Catholic Church. However, during the 1500s, the priests of the time were corrupt (as mankind tends to be) and were charging people money in… order to forgive them of their sins (as it was, nobody needed a priest to forgive them, but the people didn't know because they didn't have bibles). And so, in 1517, Martin Luther published Ninety-Five Thesis, critiquing the Church, and soon the Church was divided between Protestant and Catholics. All the other denominations you see out there come from Protestantism. None is better than the other. While I feel that the Protestant reformation was necessary, that does not mean that modern Catholics are necessarily bad. There are corrupt people in all churches. Meanwhile, the Christian community is supposed to be acting as one body, so any hostility you see between denominations is, by Christian standards, wrong. ( Full Answer )
Answer Buddhism was founded in this world by the Buddha Shakyamuni, who was born in 624 BCE. This is many centuries before the start of Christianity, so Buddhism is older than Christianity.
What is the difference between the Christianity and the Muslim religion i heard that Muslim came from Christianity?
MUSLIM DID NOT COME FROM CHRISTIANITY!!!!!it came from Islam in sauldi Arabia in the 7th century!!!!!
What is the difference between the Christianity's and the Muslim religion you heard that Muslim came from Christianity?
Islam began when the Prophet Muhammad received a vision from God, encouraging him to spread a divergent system of beliefs. The main difference between Christianity and Islam is that Muslims don't believe that Jesus was the son of God. However, unlike Judaism, they do believe he was a prophet divinel…y gifted by God. Beyond that, Muslims and Christians have many of the same central beliefs. ( Full Answer )
Mainly by Saint Ninian (to Galloway) and Saint Columba (to the Isle of Iona), together with their followers.
Answer Lao Tzu, the founder of Taoism, was born in 604 BCE - around six centuries before Jesus.
It was taken there by Europeans who basically took over Africa. Answer Although Christianity spread across the more inaccessible parts of Africa because of European missionaries, it was in parts of Africa long before that - in the first century to be precise. We read in Acts of Philip the Apost…le converting an official in the Ethiopian Court. The Church in Ethiopia traces its roots way back to this time. In addition the Church in Egypt is one of the oldest established Christian Churches in the world and was founded again way back in the times of th early Church. ( Full Answer )
Actually the prophets all came in the old testament time, before Christ so none christians. In actual fact the Old Testament prophets were Christians. It was only in Antioch (Acts.11.26) that the name first came into being, before this the Old Testament saints of God followed the Lamb of God (Rev.1…4.4), being the children of God. Because Jesus Christ had no then come none of the Old Testament saints could be known as Christians, only followers of the Lamb, the Lamb being Jesus Christ. The Job's of the old dispensation followed none other than Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God, so were, invisibly Christians, one with us, making up the church of Jesus Christ. After the close of the Old Testament prophets ceased, though through out the centuries you meet up with the J.N.Darby's, the Joseph Smith', the Charles Russell's, the Fox's, that all claimed to be sent of God, with a new message from God, and always declaring that what they bring is that which has been lost since the times of the apostles. ( Full Answer )
We Came as Romans in not a Christian band. Some of their songs may have a Christian meaning, but that does not make them a Christian band. However, some of the band members are Christians, as others are not. The lead singer said on an interview that they do not want to be known as a Christian ban…d because of the band members who are not Christian. ( Full Answer )
from all the countries that settled this land from Europe, in those time virtually everyone was christian so everywhere is a good answer
God thought it would be pretty cool if people could come straight to him and hang out with him without all their sin getting in the way. He knew the only way that would happen was if the people willingly let go of their own baggage of misdeeds, but he's not really into slavery and forcing people to …do stuff. So to show the world what they mean to him, he gave them his son to spread the good news of what he was going to do, knowing that part of the deal was his son's death. When Jesus died he split open the barrier of sin between mankind and God, allowing anyone willing to sieze the opportunity a way to go to him. ( Full Answer )
How do Christians rationalize the fact that close to all the writers of the New Testament never came into contact with Jesus personally?
Christians see nothing there needing to be "rationalized." 2 Timothy 3:16, 17 - All Scripture is given by inspiration of God , and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good …work. [NKJV] Because of the divine inspiration of the Holy Spirit, it was by no means necessary that all the writers of the New Testament have "personal contact" with Jesus. Besides, the contention that "close to all the writers...never came into contact with Jesus personally" is incorrect. The only NT writer who almost certainly had no personal contact with Jesus was Luke. None of the other writers can positively be excluded. Consider: Matthew: One of the twelve. Mark: A disciple, possibly present when Jesus was arrested. Luke: A Gentile convert who did NOT know Jesus "personally." John: One of the twelve. Paul: Experienced extensive "personal contact" with Jesus by means of visions. The Hebrew writer: Unknown, so uncertain. James: Probably Jesus' own half-brother. Even if not, all the prominent men named James in the New Testament knew Jesus personally. Peter: One of the twelve. Jude: Probably the brother of James, and another half-brother of Jesus. ( Full Answer )
God created the world. He's been here forever. It's impossible for us to fathom. God has been here forever so therefore Christianity has been here forever, literally. The Bible came when people needed to hear God's voice in a different way. Did this help?
Well, sort of. Israelites of the Old Testament went to war with atribe called Midianites (Numbers ch.31). The Midianites were anearly Arabian tribe. However, this was long before the coming ofJesus and Mohammad. So the answer is yes and no. The Jews had warswith Arabs but the Arabs had not converted… to Islam at that periodin their history. ( Full Answer )
The Roman catholics, then people protested against it, who were called the protestants or the lutherans, this was called the refoemation and was lead by Martin Luther in the 16th century
How did the Christians Jews and Muslims living in the Holy Lands felt when the Christian Europeans came into their lands?
Tey were simply living in peace, then war came in with the Crusaders... any simple human would panic then, war only brings misery!
Why is it that atheists believe that Christians do not engage in freethought when I was raised in a secular environment and came by my beliefs by examining the evidence and finding this religion sound?
As a nonbeliever, you engaged in free thought and then became a Christian. With your liberal background you will probably continue to engage in free thought. After all, I know of no atheists who believe that Christians are unable to do so. This does not validate your decision, merely that you have m…ade a choice that suits you and your circumstances, and which most atheists will respect. ( Full Answer )
Why don't people that say they are christian follow the history and traditions of the church that started since Jesus came and passed on to his disciples?
some people just goto church to hang out with friends you know what i mean
Jesus and his disciples were Jews, and their teachings were initially rooted in the philosophy of Judaism.
Nearly all the different Christian religious sects today had their origin in the Latin Church. They broke off from Catholicism for various reasons over the years. In many cases, additional sects broke off from these Protestant denominations.
Christianity came after paganism but the bible is against all that is pagan so if christiansim came after what was the original religan god wanted us to worship?
That is a difficult question, but as far as I know you had to believe that God is real, do His will, seek Him, and obey His commandments (not all of them to the T). ;)
Why is the cashier at family christian in gadsden racist. Christians are supose to treat everyone the same. I came in 10 min after my friend did she is white and I did not get the same treatment.why?
This individual woman may have harbored some racism and I apologize on her behalf. However, there are many people who claim to follow a certain principle and don't. Many Christians don't treat everyone the same in the same way anyone else might.
Christians believe the Biblical story of Creation, as told in Genesis (the first book of the Bible). In this, it begins with how, in the beginning, the world was unformed and there was nothing but empty, dark space. God simply created everything, beginning with the Earth, and He then created light. …He separated the light and the dark into night and day. From this point, He created the sky, separating the waters of the earth from the waters of the atmosphere. He then made dry land, separating it from the waters. Plants were the first form of life He created, followed by the sun and moon, planets and other celestial bodies. The waters were then populated with swimming creatures; birds filled the skies; then the land animals were created. Finally, man was formed from the dust of the earth. ( Full Answer )
Christianity had many small cults appear from its doctrine not long after its birth, however on a major scale, Islam appeared only several hundred years after the recorded death of Jesus. Compared to in the full scale of history, that is a very short amount of time for another major religion to appe…ar. ( Full Answer )
Jesus ministry with the Apostles and disciples started around 26 A.D. Jesus was crucified and resurrected approximately in the year 29 A.D. because the people who made the time scale we use put year 1 A.D. as the year that Jesus was announced at the Jewish temple when he was two or three years old. …Jesus was approximately in his early thirties when he was crucified and resurrected. A.D. is latin and stands for anno Domini which means "the year of the Lord". ( Full Answer )
Catholicism was Christianity as established by Jesus Christ. Priorto the Reformation there was just the Catholic Church and theEastern Orthodox Church; after the Reformation, all the variousProtestant Denominations arose. . Catholic Answer Catholicism is Christianity, and it was established by Jes…us Christin the first century, He sent the Holy Spirit to guide it always,and put St. Peter and his successors at its head as His Vicar onearth. The Eastern Rites split into two in the twelve century. Theprotestant revolt happened in the sixteenth century, and they tendto call themselves "Christians" in such a way as to exclude theCatholics who were Christians for fifteen centuries before theprotestants were even a thought. In other words, CatholicChristianity came first. ( Full Answer )
Judea became a client state of the Romans before the birth of Jesus and was annexed to the Roman Empire as a province in 6 AD. Therefore, the connection between the Jews and the Romans was Roman rule. The first Christian converts were Jews. The apostles were Jews or people from areas not far from Ju…dea. They travelled around the Roman Empire to spread Christianity around the empire. Soon Christianity became the main religion of the Roman Empire. ( Full Answer )