Is it possible to trace similar features in the attitude of the Roman slave-owning aristocracy and the Arab nobility to Christianity

Is it possible to trace similar features in the attitude of the Roman slave-owning aristocracy and the Arab nobility to Christianity and Islam at the early stage of the formation of these world religions? How is their attitude to the indicated world religions changing and why?

yes, it can be traced – the attitude was negative and hostile, new religions were seen as a challenge from the “lower” to the “upper”; from the moment of realizing the possibility of using Christianity and Islam for the ideological impact of non-resistance to the authorities and the nobility and the divine destiny of the submissiveness of the poor, the Roman and Arab nobles accept Christianity and Islam.

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