Conversion Al Cristianismo Durante Los Primeros Siglos, La

March 28, 2020

Conversion Al Cristianismo Durante Los Primeros Siglos, La

Titulo del libro: Conversion Al Cristianismo Durante Los Primeros Siglos, La

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In the year 30 AD, Tiberius being Emperor of the Romans, Jesus of Nazareth was crucified in Jerusalem. His execution would have gone unnoticed if some of his disciples and friends had not seen the one whose body they had respectfully placed in a new tomb appear full of life. Soon the apostles began to preach the Good News of Jesus Christ died and resurrected, first in Jerusalem, then in Judea, Samaria, Galilee, Asia Minor ... until arriving at Rome, the capital of the Empire. Despite systematic persecution by power, despite the intellectual revulsions of the wise and the instinctive rejections of many of their moral teachings, the Roman world ended up becoming massively Christian. None of these obstacles could withstand the spiritual power of the Gospel; None of these negations managed to avoid the positive and renewing presence of an event that inaugurated a new civilization and that remains for the sages one of the most irritating enigmas of human history. In the year 30 AD, Tiberius being Emperor of the Romans, Jesus of Nazareth was crucified in Jerusalem. His execution would have been unnoticed if some of his disciples and friends had not seen the one whose body they had respectfully placed in a new tomb appear full of life. Soon the apostles began to preach the Good News of Jesus Christ died and resurrected, first in Jerusalem, then in Judea, Samaria, Galilee, Asia Minor ... until arriving at Rome, the capital of the Empire. Despite systematic persecution by power, despite the intellectual revulsions of the wise and the instinctive rejections of many of their moral teachings, the Roman world ended up becoming massively Christian. None of these obstacles could withstand the spiritual power of the Gospel; None of these negations managed to avoid the positive and renewing presence of an event that inaugurated a new civilization and that remains for the sages one of the most irritating puzzles in human history.