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45+Week+6+Lecture+1 - Emergence of Christian Religion, Spread of Islam, Universal Religion

45+Week+6+Lecture+1 - Emergence of Christian Religion, Spread of Islam, Universal Religion

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IAS 45 Survey of World  History Week 6 Lecture 1: Instructor: Joseph W.H. Lough Phone: 510.219.6569 • email:  [email protected] Office Hours: Tues. 1-5 125 Stephens Hall GSIs: Rachel Brahinsky [email protected] Patrick Hazelton [email protected] Johntell Washington [email protected]
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Review China and Rome: How Empires are Built The Qin Dynasty Administration and Control Economic and Social Conditions The Xiongnu and the Qin along the Northern  Frontier The Qin Debacle
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Review The Course of Empires Long ago, in a Galaxy far, far away . . . The collapse of the Roman and Chinese  Empires left permanent scars on the  successor empires of both how to preserve empires without monumental  expenditures of personnel and material wealth how to preserve empires with  monumental  expenditures of personnel and material wealth do empires necessarily implode?
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Review The Han Dynasty Foundations of Han Power Expansion of the Empire and the Silk Road Social Convulsions and the Usurper Natural Disaster and Rebellion The Later Han Dynasty The Roman Empire Foundations of the Roman Empire
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Review The Roman Empire Emperors, Authoritarian Rule, and  Administration Town and City Life Mass Entertainment Social and Gender Relations Economy and New Scales of Production The Limits of Empire
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Preview The Emergence of the Christian Religion Universal Religions and Common Cultures Empires and Religious Change in Western  Asia The Silk Road Faith and Cultures in the Worlds Apart Religions, Empires, Agricultural  Revolutions The Origins and Spread of Islam
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The Emergence of  the Christian Religion The Pauline Diaspora the diaspora rabbinic Christian community  relies more upon spiritual gifts for its authority  than upon established authority already, at the very beginning of his ministry  in the mid-50s, Paul needs to counsel the  church to exercise its gifts in an orderly  manner  (I Corinthians 12, 14) Peter and Paul are martyred in Rome in 67  CE
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The Emergence of  the Christian Religion The Pauline Diaspora the charismatic communities founded by Paul  proliferate throughout the Mediterranean characterized by women in leadership positions wide variety of views of Jesus and God opposition to military service refusal to vow allegiance to Caesars
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The Emergence of  the Christian Religion The Pauline Diaspora 300 CE wide variety of opposing bishops Christianity most popular religion in Empire, but . . .
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