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Diffusion of Christianity a. Has been clearly recorded since it originated b. Christianity diffused with a form of relocation, expansion, hierarchical and contagious diffusion. c. Relocation Diffusion of Christianity: i. Spread from its hearth in Judea through relocation diffusion. ii. Missionaries are individuals who help transmit a universalizing religion through relocation diffusion. iii. Christianity also spread through contagious diffusion-daily contact with believers in the towns and nonbelievers in the surrounding countrysides. d. Expansion Diffusion of Christianity:
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i. The dominance of Christianity in the Roman empire was assured through 2 types of Expansion diffusion e. Hierarchical Diffusion: i. Emperor Constantine embraced the religion, and through this it spread throughout the classes of people. f. Contagious Diffusion: i. This type of diffusion has expanded christianity to around the world. ii. Through permanent resettlements of Europeans, Christianity spread all over the worlds, and is now the most widespread religion. c. Diffusion of Islam a. Muhammad's followers organized followers who extended the religion control over an extensive area. b. Muslims spread through Africa and Europe, it was a popular religion in Europe and Africa. c. Islam spread far from the hearth through relocation diffusion of missionaries. d. Diffusion of Buddhism a. Buddhism did not diffuse rapidly from its Hearth at first. b. The person that contributed most to the diffusion of Buddhism is Asoka, the emperor of Magadhan. c. At the height of the Magadha empire, Asoka became a Buddhist and therefore attempted to put into practice Buddhas social principles. d. He sent missionaries to different countries to spread the religion. e. Merchants along the trading routes from northeastern India introduced Buddhism to China. f. Most of the people of China accepted the teaching and translated the text to chinese. g. Chinese rulers allowed people to become Buddhist Monks and in the following centuries, Buddhism became a genuinely chinese religion. h. Buddhism then spread to Korean and China, while at the same time it lost its original base of support in India. ii. Missionaries 1. How did Christianity Diffuse? 2. How did Islam Diffuse? 3. How did Buddhism Diffuse? D. Recent Migration of Christians a. When people migrate they take their religion with them.
b. The religious composition of international migrants does not match the overall share of adherents of various religions. c. Ex. Christmas compromise of the world's population, but accounts for ½ of the worlds international migrants. d. Buddhist, Hindus, and Folk religions are less likely to migrate internationally. e. Jews are much more likely to migrate internationally, 25% of all Jews migrated Internationally, while only 3% of all people living today have migrated internationally. f. 5% of all Christians and 4% of all Muslims have migrated, compared to only 1 or 2 percent of other religious groups.

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