(2) His voyages, his frequent visits to several christian communities, his epistles and his rules of life enabled him to create a ‘world wide web’ of christian communities that were recognisable as such for every traveller. According to him, only if the priests of other religions followed suit would it be possible for their ‘gentile’ religions to survive.
The must have been critical factors that made the growth of Christianity possible.
These incredible ruins have been restored and are well maintained, giving visitors a good indication of what the city might have looked like when it was occupied during the 15th and 16th centuries.
Many people come to Peru for the sole purpose of visiting Machu Picchu, and the journey to the ruins can be an adventure in and of itself, depending on how travelers choose to reach the site.
How did they manage to reach the major milestone of 10 per cent in the year 300?
Five factors are very important in this regard, namely, (1) The apostle Paul was an excellent advocate to promote the christian message. (5) The emperor Julian (the Apostate) recognised that christians surpassed everyone else with respect to philanthropy.