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Religion 372 Study Guide

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This is the study guide for an exam that has passed, however it is a good review for discussion and test taking abilities.
Formation/Christian Tradition
Dr. Jason Bruner
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Cassandra Tomkin on Friday March 4, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to REL 372 at a university taught by Dr. Jason Bruner in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 25 views.


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Date Created: 03/04/16
REL 372 Study Guide for Exam#1 (Feb. 23) Identify the entire works read in class and discuss why they were so important the  meaning and what they are about:  Romans  Gospel of Mark  Clement  Origen  Perpetua  Constantine  The Didache  Letters by Pliny Know of the Early Christian Intellectuals and events that took place. Name them; date  them, and what they have done to influence early Christianity:  Justin Martyr  Paul  Tertullian  Ireanaus  Clement  Origen  Constantine’s conversion  Edict of Milan – 313  Council of Nicaea – 325  Homoousios/Homoiousios  Constantinople – 381  Ephesus – 431  Chalcedon – 451 Also, think of questions that were discussed in class that could be possible essays:  How would you describe to someone, who finds it difficult to believe that  Christianity made it so far, that Christianity made it to where it is today?  What were the big historical factors that shaped Christianity? How and Why?  Imagine living in the year 75 AD and the Gospel of Mark is the only thing that  you have to read. With that, what do I think or believe about Jesus?


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