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Christianity and the Roman Empire - Part I

A complex subject for sure – but interesting. We seeone of the great cultures of antiquity in its death throes and, simultaneously,one of the world’s great religions becoming established inside it. As interesting as the subject matter is we still findthe study of early Christianity fraught with problems, including alack of original sources, bias on the part of Christians for their cause, biasagainst them by their enemies, and changes within the church’s perception ofitself and its mission.
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