Christianity and hellenistic philosophies experienced complex interactions during the first to the fourth centuries as christianity spread throughout the hellenic world an increasing number of church leaders were educated in greek philosophythe dominant philosophical traditions of the greco roman world then were stoicism platonism epicureanism and to a lesser extent the skeptic . Christianity christianity relations between christianity and the roman government and the hellenistic culture the christians were not respectful toward ancestral pagan customs and their preaching of a new king sounded like revolution the opposition of the jews to them led to breaches of the peace thus the christians could very well be unpopular and they often were. Judaism judaism hellenistic judaism 4th century bce 2nd century ce contact between greeks and semites goes back to minoan and mycenaean times and is reflected in certain terms used by homer and other early greek authors it is not until the end of the 4th century however that jews are first mentioned by greek writers who praise them as brave self disciplined and philosophical. Early history in many ways christianity and islam were radical for their times often preaching tolerance respect and equality between different races and classes despite rigid monotheism this initial progressive nature resulted in considerable persecution but ultimately did not stop the development evolution or expansion of either religion
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