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    The history of Christianity is one that can be traced from the beginning of time. “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth” (Genesis 1:1 English Standard Version). The foundation of this religion is build upon the birth, life, death, and resurrection of a man named Jesus. Many Christians believe that he is the Son of God. Further, most additionally would agree that he is the second person in the trinity. After Jesus’ death the Church of the early years saw many increase in followers

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    A History of Christianity

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    Christianity is one of the world’s most widely practiced religions and has a long history spanning back over two-thousand years. Some might say that its history might go back even farther to include the history of Judaism because there are prophets in Hebrew scripture who foretold the coming of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe to be the Messiah that God promised the Jewish people. This paper discusses how Christianity influences our society today, some of its history along with some of our beliefs

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    History Of Christianity

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    Christianity Christianity is one of the major religions on the world. Christianity has had a continuous and complex history of development through the early Church Councils that formulated the creeds, the emergence of theology, the schism between Roman and orthodox Christianity in the eleventh century .All Christians are the followers of the Christ, the Jesus. Christian culture is totally based up on the death of the Christ, the one who died for the fellow children. Why did Jesus do such a great

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    The History of Christianity

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    Christianity Unlike many other religions, Christianity is a religion based on love and penance that will allow you into heaven no matter what your past wrongs or faults are. Most Christian denominations have a minister or pastor who serves as the leader or guide through the rituals and readings learned by the individual. The ultimate goals in these teachings are to be accepted into God’s kingdom by being baptized, devoting your life to God, and admitting that he is your savior. These teachings are

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    The History and the Future of Christianity I am originally from Trinidad and Tobago that is located in the southern part of the Caribbean. Christianity is a way of life me back home because it's the most popular religion in my country. Christianity was first brought to our country by the England, who would colonize our country. During these times our country was inhabited by native Indians tribes. They were the Caribs and the Arawarks. When we were colonies by the English, they killed most of

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    Religion has existed for countless centuries. Christianity is one of the major religions in this world, which had people be criticized, battle in wars, and killed for, but it still survived to this day. The purpose of this paper is to study the source of the religion, recognize the teachings, observe its spread throughout the world, and to identify how it stands among people today. Approaching this paper by a factual report I will explain these major points and why we need to know about this religion

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    The History and Identity of Christianity

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    from Europe into the global south over the last 100 years has been the most dramatic since the advent of Christianity 2,000 years ago. Quantitatively, Odia also posits that it may also be the largest shift in religious affiliation that has ever occurred, anywhere. Jenkins, (2002), calls it a transforming moment in the history of religion worldwide: the past five centuries has had Christianity inextricably bound up with Europe and European-derived civilizations, particularly North America. However

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    Images have been used through out history to depict everything from people to gods and everything in between. It was a way for those who could not read to understand the bible stories and lessons. When Christianity started to become more popular early theologians believed that images were considered to be idolatry. When Iconoclasm started they believed that images were bad as well, but people started to find a purpose for images and the issue of images in religion was some what concluded with Bernard

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    Intro: Christianity is the largest religion in the world with over 2.1 billion followers. That’s 33% of all the people in the world. No other religion can compare to it. Other religions like Judaism and Sikhism have less than 1% of the people in the world as followers. Christianity was started around 1 A.D. when Jesus Christ of Nazareth was born, although he didn’t start preaching until he was 10 or 11 years old. His teachings weren’t accepted as a state religion until around 313 A.D. by the Roman

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    makes its way into government, the effect and use depends on the person who is in power. As seen in history, especially in Rome, it is important for a society to have a governing power that also incorporates and knows how crucial the part religion plays in order to uphold a successful nation. From Machiavelli’s, Discourses on Livy, the importance of religion is emphasized, but it is noted that Christianity set a precedent in being separate from government causing vulnerabilities in a nation, whereas from

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