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Vocab CH.36 and Rome

vocabulary words

QuestionAnswer
gospels (p.349) an account of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ
missionary (p.347) Someone who tries to persuade others to believe in his or her religious teachings.
Messiah (p.349) It was another name for Jesus Christ Ex: messiah = christos (Christ)
Christianity (p.347) Christians or followers of Jesus Christ that believe Jesus is he son of god.
baptize (p.351) a ritual in which a person is welcomed into a religion
Jesus (p.347) the Son of God who rose from the dead
disciple (p.352) a person who helps spread the religious teachings to another
Constantine (p.347) a emperor of Rome who saw a cross in the sky after the battle. After, thinking of God before battle.
parable (p.353) a simple story that explains a moral or religious lesson. Jesus favorite way to teach.
Judea (p.348) a city Rome ruled where Jesus was born and Christianity started.
crucify (p.354) when Jesus died on the cross or a killing on a cross.
perfect (p.348) a high ruler in Ancient Rome.
resurrect (p.355) to be brought to life again.
New Testament (p.349) the second half of the bible that is written by the followers of Christ,the time when Jesus was on earth and what will happen when he returns
decayed to rot away and slowly get smaller
monotheistic It means you only have one God.Ex. Christianity.
Representative Government The people elect a representative to go speak to the government on their behalf.
Republic a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of citizens entitled to vote and is exercised by representatives chosen directly or indirectly by them
Eastern Roman Empire the eastern part of the Roman Empire with its capital in Constantinople, fell in 395 A.D.
Western Roman Empire the western part of the Roman Empire that fell in 476 A.D.
slavery when someone has power over someone else and treats them as property that they can use as they will
Created by: cmarshall26