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Essay heading: A Critical Interpretation of Hans Kung's Historical Analysis of the Development of the Hierarchical Church
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Date added: October 8, 2006
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When the Christian disciples started going out and preaching their faith to people, the Roman Empire saw them as a threat to their power and decided that Christianity would have to be stopped. Because Christianity and Judaism were one, the two most effective ways to persecute the Christians was to execute their leaders, and to destroy the Jewish places of worship...
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After the Romans burned the Temple of Jerusalem for the second time, a council of Pharisees decided that the Christians were to be excommunicated from the Jewish temple. If not for the early connection to the Jewish faith, the Christian religion would never have established as a major religion. The idea of having one God, called monotheism, was too radical at the time to attract people to it, especially during the Roman Empire when the Caesar was considered the God of the people and there were many gods, called polytheism, for every aspect of life...
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General issues of this essay:
Critical review of Cults of the Roman Empire   The Mysteries of the Christian Church   Hans Christian Anderson's Little Mermaid   critical analysis on Edgar Poe's "to helen" (1831) and Shakespeare's "sonnet 130" and Robert W. Tucker's "a new isolationism: threat or promise?"   Christian Roman Empire   Christianity'S Threat To The Classical World   Empire, Great Power Hegemony, Balance Of Power, Concert Of Power   Multiculturalism, Christian Faith, & Ignorance Accommodation   Hans Christian Oersted   The Roman Empire   Christian Faith in a Postmodern World   A Critical Interpretation of Hans Kung's Historical Analysis of the Development of the Hierarchical Church   Authentic Faith/Hypocrisy (Christian)   faith today in the presbyterian church   Women Preaching in the Church  
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