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Unformatted text preview: -They believed actions could impact the future. B. Early Christianity-Believes life is static, not dynamic.-Greeks believed life continued in cycles (the circularity of life), whereas Christians believed it linear, with a beginning, a middle, and an end (predestination).-Expected individuals to accept their class/ place/ status, because trying to change would be to change Gods will, an insult to Him. C. Rome-Adopted Greeces democracy in its early existence.-Caesar later seized control, creating a line of imperialists a.) Expanded territory b.) Became Christian-Rome collapsed, losing its social and political structures. a.) Only the Church remained. D. Middle Ages-Built the feudal system; hierarchy.-Structures of the Middle Ages: a.) King Duke Earl Squire Peasant b.) Pope Archbishop Bishop Priest-Needed people to control their life.-The King protected and helped the Church....
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