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Dakotah Forell 11/9/10 Beginnings of Modern Europe I Early Christianity Greco- Roman worshipped spirits- big gods (pantheon) From Augustus’ time emperors (good ones) and families Romae and genius Romae Guardian angel of Rome Judaism Monotheistic Intolerant Worships indoors Can be connected to separatist rebellions Greco-Roman Polytheistic Very tolerant Worships outdoors Roman don’t like this part in particular! From Judaism comes an offshoot- Christianity- much like Jews before them : 1. Worship indoors 2. Monotheistic 3. Intolerant- won’t give in to G/R religion practices- Wont: a. Worship old gods b. Worship c. emperor and family and genius Romae G/R religion bad on “do tu des” I give so that you may give Reciprocation- Romans prosecuted Christians for threatening the safety of not only the state, but the world From 100-300AD state on-and-off prosecuted Christians After Constantine I (Post 312 AD) BEC. An emperor Christianity was legalized 380AD Theodosius adopted Christianity as empire’s religion
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This note was uploaded on 07/26/2011 for the course UGC 111 taught by Professor Bono during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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