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Christianity 2

by: Brooke Kaufman

Christianity 2 Rel 1000

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Brooke Kaufman
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Religion 1000
Professor Riggs
Class Notes
christianity, religion, Jesus
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Date Created: 03/30/16
Christianity 2  Palestine (1 and 2cnd century AD) o Roman occupation 63 BC o Messianism: Hebrews hope for return of the Messiah to end Roman oppression o Hebrew/Israelite religion  Judaism and Christianity come from this and are basically the same religion o AD (anodomine=year of the lord) o BC (before Christ)  Basics: st st o 1 type of Christianity was messianic movement (1 century Palestine)  viewed as heresy by Hebrew Temple (Roman authoriites saw it as rebellion) o Jesus (the) Christy  Real name was Yeshua of Nazareth  Probably born c. 6-4 years BC  Killed c. 30 AD o Cruxifiction  Common @ time period for Romans o Ressurection  One death then come back forever o Ascension  Raises into heaven o Apostles (greek messengers)  12 Jerusalem Apostles (Peter, Thomas, Judas, etc.)  Gospel (good news)  30 known gospels written in 1 and 2cnd century AD  4 eventually included in New Testament canon th (by 4 century) o Synoptic gospels: Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John  Paul’s Epistles: c. 50-63 AD  Cannons: o Old and New Testament  Not stabilized until 4 century  In flux for first few o Middle Ages/Medieval Europe: Latin Vulgate o Protestant Reformation (16 century Europe)  Translation into vernaculars  Removal of “apocrypha” (extra book in the Bible)  Martin Luther doubted whether revealed status of the 4 New Testament books were really true th  Latter-Day Saints/Mormons (19 century United States) o Book of Mormon: Another testament of Jesus Christ  Theologies: o Theos (god) and logia (study of) o Monotheism: (one god) greek word mono (one) and theos (god) o Hebrew bible  Isaiah 45.5 “I am the Lord, and there is no other, beside me there is no God”  Psalms 95.3 “The Lord is a great God, and a great King above all Gods” o Islam  Shahadah: “There is no God but God and Muhammad is his prophet” o Christianity  Incarnation (in the flesh)/the God-Man (theanthropos)  Trinity o Incarnation  Gospel according to John (90-140 AD)  Logos: word


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