How did the church’s way of presenting the good news about Jesus to a wide audience change and not change between Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages?
The time beginning in the 2nd and 8th centuries, A.D., is historically tagged as the Late Antiquity. Early Middle Ages were between the 5th and 10th centuries. These were also known as the Dark Ages. It was a time during which in Europe, specifically the Roman Empire, was faltering. There were peculiar happenings dealing with Roman Emperor Constantine. He was having dreams of placing crosses on war shields; he was in constant fear of losing his status; Rome, “The Ruler” of Europe for so many decades was now losing it’s footing in power struggles with outside entities.