What Version of "rise and Fall of the Roman Empire" Did Some Christians Read?

One of the interesting things that is ignored is that the Roman Empire only really ceased to exist in the 15th Century, after the fall of Constantinople. I am pretty sure the power of the church had made being gay a taboo long before then

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1. Is the life of 'jesus' an allegory which describes the fall of the Roman Empire, and its recovery (resurrection) -- if so, is 'jesus' false?

Jesus is real you fu3king dumb a$$ lol. What an idiot hahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahaha

2. Is the life of 'jesus' an allegory which describes the fall of the Roman Empire, and its recovery (resurrection) -- if so, is 'jesus' false?

Lol...people who come up with this sort of nonsense have clearly never read the Bible. Whether you believe the Bible or not is not even the point; if you READ it, there is 0% chance you will reach that conclusion

What Version of

3. Good doc on fall of Roman Empire?

Gibbon's 'Decline and Fall..' is a book rather than a movie or documentary. Try: The TV miniseries 'Attila.' The episode from the BBC TV series 'Ancient Rome:The Rise and Fall of an Empire' about Alaric the Visigoth and the sack of Rome in 410 AD.

4. Were there many Romans live in Britain before the "Fall of the Roman Empire"? and are many people in U.K. today descended from them?

Do not forget all the Germanic genes that dived in the Britannia pool with the Vikings, Anglo-Saxons, and Normans

5. Were the Dark Ages a direct result of the fall of the Roman Empire?

Yes it was. The Roman empire's legions guaranteed protection from barbarian incursions into Roman lands. After the fall of Rome, barbarian tribes roved throughout western Europe sacking cities & countrysides. Without Roman law & order, it was a time of chaos & anarchy. The dark Ages were the first few centuries of the Middle Ages & Charlemagne put an end to anarchy when he conquered most of the former western Roman empire's European lands & became the first "Holy Roman Emperor" in the year 800 AD. Although "feudalism" did not guarantee a lasting peace, it did bring some sense of order

6. United States similar to fall of Roman Empire?

Not particularly. Stop wasting time trolling and go read a book

7. what helped lead to the fall of Roman Empire?

The Romans by no skill rather popular Christianity which substitute into unlawful for sort of three hundred years, (Constantine legalized finally yet not real away)they were not that overjoyed with the Jews the two. The Roman decline occurred because of the fact all civilizations decline finally, each and all of the spectacular empires from China to India, Rome, Greece, Aztec, and so on had their upward push and then their decline. Barbarians (Visgoths, Vandals and Huns) interior the north had plenty to do with ecu/Asian cultures, they drained the Roman coffers protecting the borders for one; however the Romans additionally had some loopy emperors like Diocletian.

8. What are the causes of the fall of the Roman Empire?

The Roman Empire expanded too far into marginal farmland. The farthest colonies were expensive to administer over long distances. Fewer and fewer Roman citizens did their military service, so Rome hired mercenary soldiers from their outer colonies. Eventually, Arabs, Turks, Germanic tribes (Goths, Ostro-Goths, Visi-Goths, Langobards, etc.) saw the Roman weakness and invaded. German tribes over-populated their homelands and were displaced by invading Mongol Hordes

9. What caused the fall of the Roman empire?

Many, many factors contribute to the rise and fall of empires. All empires are run by people, and driven by their own personal needs, loves, hates, and desires. People really do not see the world in terms of empires and nations, of tribes and clans (even though those concepts are useful for aligning with those whom you trust), they do what seems good for them at the moment. So people will give up liberty for the sake of security, they will support oppression of foreign countries, because their leaders tell them to be afraid, while emperors wage wars to prove themselves to their fathers; soldiers demand their pensions, even if it breaks the treasury, bureaucrats will extract what bribes they can, driving away the honest men, and all the people are too busy at the market, or watching entertainments, to notice the system collapsing around them. There are some environmental causes, as the empire got bigger, and trade between far off regions increased, plague spread among the land of Romania, as people in the late Roman empire called their land. By the third century AD, some cities had become near ghost towns because of plague, and the economic disruption caused shortages and famine. The soil was becoming overworked and unproductive, but the Roman tax system did not account for profitability, only acreage, so landowners, when they could no longer pass on the taxes to their peasants (coloni, free laborers bound to the land), resisted and evaded taxes, depriving the government of revenue needed to suppress invasions and insurrections. Whole tribes of Germans were often recruited to fight other invaders, and when their terms were up, they were given land by a cash-strapped imperial government. Thus, Germans became landlords over significant areas of territory. Intrigues by paranoid emperors and ambitious generals sapped and diverted the resources of the empire, and the government became ever more restrictive, oppressive, and confiscatory, as productive land and people slipped from its grasp, while it still had to pay for a huge army and civil service staff. Wealthy and influential people, obligated by tradition to serve their cities, but now forced by law to maintain them with their own money, fled the cities and formed their own self-sufficient estates. Many were centered around the estates of bishops, as the church replaced the state for social services, and as an arbiter of commerce and justice. Influxes of German immigrants, originally seeking work, or protection from the Huns and other warriors of the steppes, became tired of being treated as second-class citizens, and disrupted life in the empire, sometimes turning to brigandage, and even forming into armies of plunder and destruction. Romans retreated into walled cities, while Germans assumed ownership of the lands, and all it produced. The Western empire finally ended when the army commander asked the young emperor to step down. By that time, the generals had already been pulling the strings for a long time. The Eastern empire, at Nova Roma (New Rome), or Constantinople, lasted for another thousand years, even (briefly) reconquering Italy and Africa from the Germans in the sixth century, but it was dependent on the commercial wealth from trade via the Levant with Arabia, Egypt, Parthia, and India, and with China via the Silk Road. Plague struck the eastern cities several times in the sixth centuries, which may have been caused by climate changes triggered by a large volcanic eruption in Indonesia. These climate changes may have also triggered decreases in agricultural output that led to famines, and caused economic conditions that led to more nomadic warriors from the steppes of Asia to seek their fortunes from attacking the Empire. Emperors were constantly having to pay off barbarians from attacking Romania, because they did not have enough men to fight them. The Romans controlled the seas with flame-thrower armed rowed ships, and they were invulnerable to the barbarians behind their walled cities, so they still controlled the economy. These invaders claimed, or were paid off with, Imperial lands, carving out their own kingdoms where they pursued their own agendas. The people living there were often happier because the "barbarians" did not charge them taxes. Everything changed with the beginning of Islam. The new Islamic caliphate took Egypt, and took over the lucrative trade across Arabia, and captured the wealthy commercial cities of Palestine and Syria. Cut off from critical revenue, and grain from Egypt, the empire grew weaker, and as it lost its ability to pay off attackers, found itself under constant attack from all sides. The arrival of the Turks, another warrior people from the Asian steppes, newly converted to Islam, cut off the Empire from the fertile plains of Asia Minor, long a source of food and manpower for the East. The Eastern emperor was reduced to calling upon the pope at Rome to rally Western Frankish prin

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