1) Christianity as a religion emerged from Judaism. The Christianity that was spread across Europe during the middle ages was based on the scriptures that recounted the life of the Christ and his disciples. The rise of Christianity during the Roman Empire was seen as a threat against the Empire.
2)Monasteries in the Middle Ages were based on the rules set down by St. Benedict in the sixth century. The monks became known as Benedictines and took vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience to their leaders.
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During the Middle Ages, missionaries were sent by the Church to convert pagans to Christianity. An important monk during the Middle Ages was Benedict, who established a monastery in central Italy and created rules for monastic life.