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Christian Origins, Paul, Early Church Doctrines, Monasticism

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Religion
Course Code
RLG100Y1
Professor
Andre Maintenay

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Christian Origins, Paul, Early Church Doctrines, Monasticism Reading: Ch. 3 The Christian Tradition, pp. 131-174 October 27 , 2010. Emperor Constantine Change in fortunes of Christianity Wife and his mother had converted to Christianity and was sympathetically oriented to the tradition Reversed many discriminatorypersecutory laws against Christianity Gave Christians liberty to practice religion and henceforth also supported Christianity through political partridge and state support and resources th Early part of 4 century Christianity blossomed under his leadership After his death successive emperors maintained their support of Christianity Christianity now officially supported and as a result, architecture, ritual symbology, music, churches flourished Developments in theology Christian doctrine could be debates, formularized (rituals) Christianity spread rapidly throughout Europe and Mediterranean th Form of Roman Empire: 5 century Development of 2 relatively distinct varieties of Christianity: 1. Employs language of Latin for ritual, service prevails in Europe 2. Eastern Christianit
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