What if early Christianity had spread to and took of the East instead of the West? Posted on May 20, 2023 by Anonymous What if early Christianity had spread to and took of the East instead of the West?
They couldn't, they didn't have the technological edge over the east. Look at the Portuguese attempt to invade Morocco.
They held coastal cities for centuries but that isn’t even close to what OP was talking about
You call ceuta and Melilla cities of importance? Kek the portuguese were so buck broken after a failed invasion of morroco that they were subjugated by the Spanish.
It was only after the iberiac could buy modern germanic weapons that he could stand a chance against the Maghrebi male. And even then, had to be bailed out by the French, ceding them north Africa in the process kek
The Portuguese conquered forts in Oman, conquered Hormuz, the most important city state in perisna, conquered the Western coast of India and Sri Lanka, conquered the most important city in the spice route, Malacca in Malesia, conquered the Swahili city states in East Africa. Moors could only plunder occasionally the Mediterranean and in a handful of instances raided the Atlantic, but could never conquered anything after the Middle Ages
Show me one signle instance when a Moroccan ship circumnavigated Africa
>slavs a thing by 30 AD
Also how early are we talking? Mesopotamia had large communities of israelites and early christians long before anywhere west of Rome
"Norse" as a group distinct from Germans did not exist yet during the Roman Empire. That should all be treated as one Germania blob.
early christianity HAD spread to the east. in the 8th century the patriarch Timothy talks about a metropolite of the tibetans. europe was a fringe of christianity but it could be defended and so it emerged as the christian territory, this view later reinforced by historiography ignoring the churches of the east.
Philip Jenkins: The Lost History of Christianity is a good starting place I'd say.
Slavs + Balts = Scythians
Don’t you know Slav were bucked by these nomadic?
Christianity literally is an Eastern Religion.
This. It's totally eastern in its philosophy.
It originating in Roman territory hinders this. The Parthians and later Sassanians would sponsor Christianity in Rome to divide them but ruthlessly repressed it within their own lands to prevent Zoroastrianism from being challenged. Similiarly, when Rome did accept Christianity, the Sassanians encouraged and supported the Nestorian Schism and attempted to use it as a tool to wedge Roman society. It's support as a tool of subversion and division meant it could never challenge Zoroastrianism and meant it would struggle in spreading beyond this, and while it later did throughout the steppe, it was quickly eroded by state supported Islam later. All that's left is the Assyrian Church of the East.
On another note though, the Malankara Christians in Kerala still remain too, though they're Oriental Orthodox.
Scythian can migrate around Xinongnu and invade Koreanic multi-kingdom.
Tibet and Indo-Parthia can double team on India.
Never. Asians are too high iq for christcucks
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