Where did Christianity first begin to spread outside of israel?
Right after the Ascension of Christ in 29 AD. The Apostles would have carried the message far and wide and start 1st century churches.
The first Christian communities outside of Jerusalem appeared in Antioch, Ephesus, Corinth, and the political center of Rome. The original church communities were founded by apostles and numerous other Christians, soldiers, merchants, and preachers in northern Africa, Asia Minor, Arabia, Greece, and other places. Over 40 churches were established by 100, many in Asia Minor.Paul was responsible for bringing the Christianity to new parts of the world such as Ephesus, Corinth, Philippi, and Thessalonica. By the end of the 1st century, Christianity had already spread to Rome and to various cities in Greece, Asia Minor and Syria. Major cities such as Rome, Ephesus, Antioch and Corinth served as foundations for the expansive spread of Christianity in the post-apostolic period. Christianity spread quickly throughout Asia Minor.
If you mean where did Christianity begin, it began in Israel. Read More
Christianity began with the resurrection of Jesus Christ, which occured in Jerusalem in present day Israel. The movement spread to the region and into what is now Turkey and then into Roman provinces. Read More
In the area now known as Israel/Palestine. Read More
Christianity started in Israel, with the death and ressurection of Jesus Christ. Read More
well Jesus taught in Israel so i guess there Read More
Bethlehem is in Israel. At the time of Jeasus's birth however, it was a part of the Roman Empire. Read More
The area now called "the Holy Land"--Israel/Palestine. Read More
It began in the Middle East, in the country of Israel, (which is in Western Asia.) Read More
Christianity originated in Jerusalem, in the Middle East (Israel). Gradually, however, Christianity became a religion independent of Judaism, and power shifted to Rome. Read More
The spread of Christianity would have begun at approximately the year 0, or perhaps a decade or two before that. The year 0 marks the death of christ. I don't know how old he was when he started preaching but it was probably a max of 30 years before he was put to death. Read More
Monotheism began in Rome. The Romans were the first to spread Christianity far and wide. Religions before this believed in many gods. Read More
Christianity is said to have 'begun' at Pentecost, when the Holy Spirit descended to the apostles when they were in the upper room in Jerusalem. That would have been in ancient Israel. Read More
In modern day Israel, although many of the early churches were founded across modern day Turkey. Read More
after the time of christ, probably after wide-spread christianity. it was created to compete with another holiday celebrated by a different religion at the time. Read More
Polygamy is found in the history of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, which all share the traditions of Abraham, Jacob (Israel), and other ancient characters who practiced polygamy. Read More
Menachem Begin was prime minister of Israel from 1977-1983. Read More
Christianity began with the death and life of Jesus Christ. All his teachings and sayings were remembered and told by word of mouth.. Christianity spread because of his two main apostles, Peter and Saul, also known as Paul.. who preached all over their known world Constantine was responsible making it a chief religion of the romans.. And since Rome was the center of the world then... Christianity spread to all parts .. and all people… Read More
- money - slaves - goods - exploration - power - spread of Christianity - revolution Read More
No, but tradition holds that it did begin in Israel. Read More
Christianity began in the 1st century AD in Jerusalem. Read More
The prime minister of Israel from 1977-1983 was Menachem Begin. Menachem Begin Read More
Where and how did the Christian faith begin to spread its religion into the lands of the Roman Empire?
That is a wide question with many possible answers. However in simplest terms the largest spread of Christianity into the Roman empire was due to the fact that Roman Emperor Constantine I, also known as Constantine the Great, legalized Christianity and made it the state religion of Rome, after what he claimed was a vision from God before a battle. He didn't actually convert to Christianity though until he was on his death bed. Read More
What did prime minister Manchem Begin of to help Israel in getting its independence do before he became leader of Israel?
Prime Minister Menachem Begin was the leader of the Irgun before he became Prime Minister of Israel. Read More
I don't know but I do Know that Christianity was the Anglo-Saxon religion Read More
There are no secrets of or in Christianity. If you are asking what is the secret of success in Christianity that would be fully trusting in the Lord and begin obedient to Him. Read More
Passover begins on Saturday evening, April 19, with the first Seder. The last day of Passover in Israel is Saturday April 26, and outside of Israel is Sunday, April 27. It is unusual for Passover to begin immediately following Shabbat. Read More
Jesus started the reformation of Judaism into Christianity but the actual institution of Christianity was not established for a few generations. About 60 AD Read More
Christianity began 40 days after Jesus' Resurrection. Read about it in Acts. Read More
Christianity could be found in France when the Roman Empire adopted the religion. Read More
Christianity began in Jerusalem on Pentecost Sunday, 17 Jun 31 AD. Read More
There have been numerous wars in Israel and the same territory prior to Israel's establishment. Read More
It was in Israel first, where Jesus was born, and the Apostles and disciples preached the Gospel into the middle east and Europe. Rome was occupying Israel during Jesus' first time on Earth. There were Roman soldiers present in many countries. Simon(Peter) was credited as the one who brought Christianity to Italy and was killed by Nero. Read More