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Response to tama (Reply #16)

Tue Apr 24, 2012, 08:33 PM

20. Exactly, Christianity was, for a long time in the Roman empire, the "new thing" in the urban areas..

those in the country were more conservative and slower in adopting the new religion. Remember, their religions weren't banned for many years after Constantine edict which legalized Christianity.

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