Where did Christianity spread to by 1000 AD?
By converting Clovis from Arianism and making Charlemagne 'Imperator Augustus' (Protector of the Catholic Church) of Italy (some call him the first Holy Roman Emperor), the Christianity of the Roman Empire regained a new life and began to secure the foothold in Europe up to Otto the Great's time. See related link below:
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Christianity spread because of the miraculous things that Jesus did. Examples ; 1) During the Last Dinner, the bread they ate was his skin and the wine they drank was his …blood. 2) He had the ability to cure in a matter of 1 second. 3) When he was about to get crucified, he was forced to carry the cross which was really heave (about 20-25 ft) that the Greeks wanted him to kill Jesus on. He had a crown of thorns piercing threw his head. He still lived after. 4) When he got crucified, he had nails hammered on to his hands and feet securing him to the cross and he still prayed to G-d 5) He resurrected on Easter in front of everyone 6) And one of his disciples spread Christianity
It was by mouth.
It has spread all over the world.
Christianity is the most widespread religion in the world, But unfairly so as well. While christians occupy over 69% of the earth's populated regions, there are so many spli…nters of christian groups that it is unfair to say that a majority of people are one specific sect. Europe: Christianity spread to Europe from Jerusalem from the Roman Empire, which gaveit means to travel and grow, from their it went to Britain, Germany, Scandinavia, Russia, and off to Asia and North Africa. Africa: Christianity spread to Egypt soon after Christ was crusified, and flourished ddown the nile as far south as Tanzania. Todays christians are there because of colonization by euopeans in the 1700-1900s. Asia: The christians attempt to infultrate Asia as stopped by Japan and China which punnished christians harshly. It never caught on in India partially because of the Indians' devotion to Hinduism and the sacrednes of the cow which christians disregard. But it did spread to Russia, the Steppe countries, the Philippeans, and Korea very rapidly. North/South America: The faith spread to north in south America from about 1495 and onward when the spanish becan enslaving native heathens. This practice was apolished by Queen Isabella of Spain in 1503 which led to the Missions to convert the natives. Especially in SOuth, Central America and Western North America. The British, French, Spanihs, German, Portugues, and other European groups introduced their forms of Christianity to the regions as they colonizes, enslaving or converting the natives. Australia/Islanders: Christianity was spread to islands via missionaries and colonialization. Hawaiians, Australians, New Zeallanders all took Christianity with them as they colonized and missions went to conver the aboriginal and polynesian people throughtout the pacific, Atlantic and indan oceans.
Through evangelism, conquest, and missionary work. Answer We know that by the time of St Paul, Christianity had spread throughout much of the Near East and Greece, and at l…east as far as Rome. It may be that part of the reason for this spread was the spread of the diaspora Jews through the Roman Empire. However, Paul undoubtedly played a major part in this early expansion. By the early fourth century, Christians formed a significant minority of the population of the Roman Empire, estimated at around ten per cent. When Constantine became the Roman Emperor, he gave Christianity state patronage and expended considerable state funds on a major program of church building and maintenance. When German tribes were conquered, Constantine required as part of the peace treaty that they convert to Christianity. Soon Christians were to be found throughout the empire. Before the end of the fourth century, Christianity was declared the state religion of the Roman Empire, and the public worship of the old gods was banned. The next great wave of expansion came with the European conquests in the Americas, then Africa and the Pacific region. This took Christianity to all parts of the world. Answer Christians, primarily the Catholic Church, sent missionaries to minister in other countries. Answer Let's not forget blood, torture, war, violence of kinds the world had never seen before. Answer Missionaries and monks helped spread Christianity. Perhaps the most powerful force that helped spread Christianity into northern Europe was pope. Popes sent missionaries to teach people in northern kingdoms about Christianity. Some missionaries traveled great distances to spread Christianity to new lands. One of the first places popes sent missionaries was Britain. One of the first missionaries to travel to northern Europe was Saint Patrick, who took upon himself to teach people about Christianity. In the mid-400s Patrick traveled from Britain to Ireland to convert the people there.
Anno Domini, a Latin term meaning years after the birth of Jesus Christ. A literal translation would be the years of our master.
When Spain took over what is now present day Mexico, Dominican Republic, Chili, Argentina, and the many other spanish speaking countries they brought over their religion and t…hat's what they have adapted to.
By the year 400, Christianity was the state religion of the Roman Empire, which spread from Britain across Europe to much of the Near East and North Africa. In theory, all cit…izens could be expected to be Christians, and those who remained faithful to their ancient beliefs were subject to persecution. In practice, Christianity was still concentrated in the eastern part of the empire, with the distant provinces still strongly influenced by paganism. The ruling classes of Britain were Christian, but much of the population continued to practise Druidism.
Christianity became more widespread because the Roman empireadopted it as a state religion. Before this time, adherents weremostly persecuted and killed for proclaiming the go…spel of Christ.
By the 5th century Christianity had bread throughout the RomanEmpire. It had reached the Germanic peoples who were later toinvaded the western part of the Roman Empire: the Su…eves,Burgundians, Vandals and Alans. The former two lived in modernsouthern Germany and the other two in modern eastern Hungary. Italso reached Ireland through the missionary work of Palladius andSt Patrick.
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Ireland and northern Britain
What are some possible explanations for the spread of Christianity in the Roman Empire between 33 AD and 500 AD?
The main one is that the experience of Jesus in the life of these congregations was so real that people were prepared to die for it. Also christians loved each other and share…d a common life - this was very attractive in the otherwise competitive atmosphere of the surrounding cultures.
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Buddhism was a religion that spread throughout south and east Asia between 260 BC and 1000 AD. It was one of the first proselytizing religions in the world. It was easily ac…cepted because it claimed to offer an open and universal path to salvation.
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In Western Europe, Christianity was present as far north asScotland, but it didn't go beyond the Rhine in the east, which wasthe border between the Roman empire and Germanic t…ribes before itfell.
The spread of Christianity was possible because of stability and unification of Mediterranean achieved by Romans.
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The spread of Christianity was possible because of stability and unification of the Mediterranean achieved by Romans.