Describe the conditions in the Roman Empire that allowed Christianity to grow while the Empire itsel
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Asked: Describe the conditions in the Roman Empire that allowed Christianity to grow while the Empire itsel
I need help!! I am so lost! I'm supposed to describe the conditions in Roman Empire that allowed Christianity to grow while the Empire itself declined. Using the Internet, an encyclopedia, or other resources, research the conditions in the Roman Empire which allowed Christianity to grow while the Empire itself declined. Focus your research between the years A.D. 90 and A.D. 400. consider why religions tend to grow in times of conflict or trial. Write a report of 600-750 words. I don't want you to do it for me just give me a couple of reasons and I'll put it in my own words. Anything would help, please and thank you(:
Roman religion was based on action rather than thought, so Christianity was able to spread without interfering or being noticed by the general public. Christianity remained a relatively small cult until Constantine converted himself so it went largely unnoticed. Christianity's message was one of optimism which appealed to people in weakening conditions.
go get an internal wireless adaptor
a wireless adapter
Yes, They are called wireless adapters.
Check out these links to get an idea…
You have several options but it boils down to 2 main choices. Would you like a card that goes inside your computer, or would you like a USB card (similar to the USB memory sticks) that you can use with different computers/devices?
For the internal option you have many choices, here is a quick search that will show you just how many:
For the USB devices here is a search. Please note that there are 2 types of USB adapters, one for wireless which is what you want, and ones for BlueTooth or BT which are for something else entirely.
you have 2 options
1. buy a wireless adapter from walmart that plugs into the usb port
2. buy a wireless network card and install it into your computer in one of the pci slots
then install the driver for it.
of course dude! they sell them at walmart they are called wifi usb adapters. they make them with laptops in mind but since desktops have usb ports it will work on desktops as well. they cost only around 15-20 bucks.
Sure. Be sure to get one with movable antennae.
Yes, but only if you have a wifi hot-spot near enough.If you were planning to use a phone line then you need to survey whether you have signal before you bother to buy the adapter.
At least four or five major brands exist for USB wifi adapters, plus a dozen lesser brands.
If it's a phone line, you probably don't have Wi-Fi. If you do have a phone line for Internet and you also have Wi-Fi, you should definitely not be using it (12kbps… ew.). You probably mean an Ethernet port considering their physical similarities (lol). There do exist internal wireless networking cards for PC desktops, but judging by your knowledge with computers, you should have one installed at a computer products/repair shop (no offense). But yes, there are other options, too. There are USB Wi-Fi adapters, and I've also seen antennas that plug into the Ethernet port of a computer. There are also Wi-Fi extenders that plug into an AC outlet that have Ethernet ports on them, but they can be quite pricey. I'd just stick with an internal card or USB adapter.
Hope this helps ;3
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