Catria: How did Jesus effect the history of the Roman Civilization?
The actual question is “How did a historical person affect the history of his/her civilization?”
This is for ancient history class and I chose Jesus.
Answers and Views:
Answer by Paladin
Armchair historians are quick to blame the fall of Rome on the rise of homosexuality, widespread decadence, and a general decline of morality. But if they’d actually read their history, they’d discover that the Roman Empire didn’t fall until after Christianity became the state religion.
The Romans had long been tolerant of other faiths, but this policy stopped under Christianity. Those caught worshiping any other god or gods were harshly punished, even put to death.
Certainly not adversely as some think. The Western Empire lasted another 400 years and the Eastern Empire 1400 years. Don’t forget the Republic itself fell 50 years before the birth of Christ.
No other Empire in history has lastes as long a Rome.
Michael KellyAnswer by silentwitness
By living and witnessing what he preached to the people of His civilization, Jesus did not only affect the history of the Roman Civilization before but He also affect us in our present time.Answer by Muldah
He first judged and then destroyed the Roman Empire. That’s what the entire book of Revelation is all about.Answer by Seth R
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