Monotheism in the Greco-Roman world

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1MONOTHEISM IN THE GRECO-ROMAN WORLDNameDateUnit2IntroductionIn the ancient world, a religious conviction was firmly tight to communal identity. Thefailure or success of a city or a people relied on their local divinity. Rome arose as leader of thewestern Mediterranean; and the overthrow of the Hellenistic, which lead to Romans come tocontact with the Greeks. The Rome integrated it people into communities without restrictingresidency to publics having ethnic affinity. In Rome, the set laws had full-grown to handle the ecomplaints of the plebeians and adjusted to the new states leading to creation of a cosmopolitanterritory1. The Roman city was developing into the metropolitan of mortality projected by theStoics. In the resultant religious space, some turned to secret religions similar to the cults of Isisand Cybele. Amongst other things, the religions presented believers in logic of belonging, thepractice of regular liturgy, a mechanism for cleansing from sin, and a way to immortality.Numerous mystery religions also stressed the protagonist of a savior-god. The aim of the paper isto address monotheism in the ancient world in regards to Greco-Roman world.Monotheism in Greco-Roman worldThe Romans conveyed a sense of harmony under an entire law. It was an auspiciousatmosphere for the acceptance of the information of the union of the human race and deliveranceobtainable collectively and a universal clerical. Administrative unity was the different duty

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