Growth of Christianity in Europe
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Constantine had experienced a vision with Christ. He then was inspired by the cross, so he started to place it on several things such as the banners by his troops. Constantine and his troops gave God credit for their victories against their rivals.
Christianity soon spreaded quickly overnight as God being a powerful force. Later in the 4th century (380) Christianity would be named the only and official religion of Rome. That would soon guarantee change of nearly everyone under Roman control covering Europe, West Asia, and North Africa.
The Roman Catholic Church had strong say in secular politics, becoming "Kingmakers." The church helped create laws during the Dark Ages throughout Europe including forced worship and conversions, increased tithes, and repression of anti-church influences.
During the Middle Ages, virtually all of Europe became Christianized, either through the Roman Catholic Church or the Eastern Orthodoxy Church.
The Roman Catholic Church soon became the most powerful and influential church overall. So as a result, the pope became more powerful than the priests.
All in all, Christianity soon spreaded throughout the whole world. It is also a common religion that people have today in our world to worship God.
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