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Early Christianity (generally considered the time period from its start to 325), spread from the Eastern Mediterranean throughout the Roman Empire and beyond, reaching as far east as India. Originally, this progression was closely connected to already established Jewish centers, in the Holy Land and the Jewish diaspora. The first followers of Christianity were Jews or biblical proselytes, commonly referred to as Jewish Christians and Godfearers.

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  • Primeros centros de la cristiandad
  • Primi centri del cristianesimo
  • Early centers of Christianity
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  • El cristianismo primitivo (generalmente se considera el período de tiempo desde su origen hasta el 325), se extendió desde el Mediterráneo Oriental por todo el Imperio Romano y más allá, llegando tan al este como la India. Originalmente, esta progresión estaba estrechamente conectada con los ya establecidos centros judíos, en la Tierra Santa y la diáspora judía. Los primeros seguidores del cristianismo eran judíos o prosélitos bíblicos, comúnmente conocidos como judeocristianos y temerosos de Dios.
  • Il primo cristianesimo generalmente copre il periodo che va dal suo inizio fino al Primo Concilio di Nicea del 325. Si sviluppò dalla Giudea romana nell'Asia occidentale e si sparse per tutto l'Impero romano e oltre (cioè nell'Africa orientale e Asia meridionale), fino a raggiungere l'India. Originalmente, questo progredire fu strettamente collegato ai centri di fede ebraica già esistenti, in Terra santa e nella Diaspora ebraica. I primi seguaci del cristianesimo erano ebrei o proseliti biblici, noti come giudeo-cristiani e "timorati di Dio".
  • Early Christianity (generally considered the time period from its start to 325), spread from the Eastern Mediterranean throughout the Roman Empire and beyond, reaching as far east as India. Originally, this progression was closely connected to already established Jewish centers, in the Holy Land and the Jewish diaspora. The first followers of Christianity were Jews or biblical proselytes, commonly referred to as Jewish Christians and Godfearers.
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