So Christianity was imposed on our ancestors?

So Christianity was imposed on our ancestors: Emperor Constantius To A Bull, Governor of Pretoria. December of 354 AD: "To close all the churches in all cities and all places of the world ... If someone with any authority violated [this law] will be punished by beheading." As early as 472 + Leo first officially characterized the Greek worship as a public crime. Only the suspicion arose, in a space, any Greek or traditional celebration has resulted in seizure of this area and torture by the owner of metal instruments. This man if they survive, banished for ever and remains disabled and disfigured for life. An example of a metal instrument of torture among countless others, was the iron prosopis! This erythropyrouto arise and wake board a little time over his face vasanizomenou individual. It burns no second or third degree by which epoulononto dyseidon bore scars so now forever the stigma of "heterodox or heretical or heterodox" ... Diatasome all shrines and temples them [the Greeks] that are still intact, destroyed by order of local authorities and to purify themselves by raising the point of the Christian religion ... if sufficient evidence before a capable judge, someone who has shown disregard this law will be punished with the death penalty. "Codex of Theodosius' 16. 10. 25The ruthless massacres were described by Christian Saved (ek.istoria ch F, 35) "Almost all the Greeks were killed by order of others and others with a sword on the pyre ...? Also killed throughout the philosophers and those who simply wore clothes similar to the philosophers' describes exactly the same and another Christian oProkopios "Cities are deserted, farm products rot and everyone must pay taxes without having the resources and constantly deserted countryside, the population is concentrated in Istanbul and left homeless ...? After 2 centuries of Christianity the empire is full of churches and monasteries and Church property is huge with many properties, fields, farmers and slaves but most crafts in Constantinople. "