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Christianity

Chapter 36 The Origins and Spread of Christianity

TermDefinition
Christianity A religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.
baptize A ritual by which a person is welcomed into a religion.
Jesus A man that is believed to be the son of God that rose from the dead, and that Christians follow.
disciple A person who helps spread the religious teachings of an another.
Constantine A emperor that had a dream about Jesus the night before going into battle against a rival.
parable A simple story that explains a moral or religious lesson.
Judea The birth place of Christianity where Jesus was born, on the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea. Once part of the ancient kingdom of Israel.
crucify A painful and long death of a criminal. (Nailed to a cross.)
prefect A high official in ancient Rome.
resurrect When Jesus rose from the dead, which convinced Jesus' disciples he was the son of God.
New Testament Writings of the Christian Bible. Among them are the four gospels.
gospels An account of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.
missionary Someone who tries to persuade others to believe in his or her religious teachings.
Messiah A savior that many Jews believed had been promised by God.
Created by: jkirkpatrick97