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Why has Christianity grown so fast and how it's spread through so many different counties. From what I have gathered from the readings I feel some of the major events that happened was that the temples getting ruined over and over until they finally just sort of gave up. Also, how they remained with other people regardless of poor wealthy hungry chilly, they stayed and help people when the plague was not there. That was when the religion really begun to disperse, because of people seeing more Christians survive and that Christians could take anybody in and assist them. So more importantly, the growth of Christianity came from not just one thing, but many distinct items and what they did to help. Many enjoyed Christianity because it was more attractive, more joyful, more assuring, and perhaps a longer life. Throughout the Roman rule, the aid spread Christianity in so many different ways. One of the Roman emperors, Constantine, let liberty of conscience for those people, made Christianity on a complete legal equality with any faith in Rome, and afterwards it was the official religion of the empire; therefore it spread so much quicker. Around this time Rome slowly started to die out that made Christianity even bigger because they'd take the bad. St. Paul was also a large contribution to the growth of Christianity. His contributions in the epistles still are deeply rooted in worship, theology, and pastoral life. Among the key peoples he'd left was "Jesus was sent by God to redeem humanity from sins, all humans are sinful because of Adam and Eve, by dying on the cross, Jesus made it possible for people to be saved, anyone could be saved through faith in God." The first temple stripped, many instances, of it valuables. The most crucial and worst was once the Babyl...