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how did Jesus' teachings reach so many people in the early roman empire

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  1. Word of mouth
    Letters
    Attending gatherings at new churches (which may have been held in people's homes)

    What else can you think of?

  2. through gospels in a language many could understand?

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  3. Yes, the gospels were translated and spread. Keep in mind, though, that there was no printing press in those days. Copies of anything (letters, gospels) were all done by hand.

  4. im supposed to chose 3 so far I have through gospels in a language many could understand, and through the travels of his followers on roman roads.
    the other one I think is through the decision of a council of bishops

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  5. I don't know about council of bishops. But what about the epistles (letters)?

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