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Chapter 11

Who was Justinian? The ruler of the Eastern Empire or Byzantine Empire.
What was Justinians code? A body of Roman laws collected and orginized by Justinian around 534 A.D.
What is a patriarch? The leader of the Eastern Church.
What was the church that Justinian rebuilt called? Hagia Sophia.
What is Eastern Christianity also known as? Greek and Russian Orthodox.
What is Weastern Christianity also known as? Roman Catholicism.
Did the weastern or Eastern Christianity allow the use of icons? Weastern Christianity.
What was the Great Schism? The split between Eastern and Weastern Christianity became permanent in 1054 A.D. It was about the differences in the interpetation of Jesus.
Who was Valdimir? The grandson of Olga who ordered all his subjects to adopt Christianity.
Who was Czar? Russian Emperor.
Who was Yaroslav the wise? Arussian ruler who helped Kiev gain power and wealth.
Who was Ivann III? Moscow prince who led rebellion against Mongrol rule.
Who was the first covenent between? Abraham and God.
Who was the second covenent between? Moses and God.
For Judaism what was the concept of Messiah for Christianity and who is the Messiah? The Messiah hasn't come yet but it will come in the future.
What are the four major Jewish holidays? Passover, Yom Kippur, Rosh Hashanah, and Hanukkah.
Who were the founders of Christianity? Jesus and Abraham.
What is the concept of Messiah for Christianity and who is the Messiah? Jesus is the Messiah and he has already came and will come again.
What are the two religious holidays for Christianity? Christmas and Easter.
What is the holy day for Christianity? Sunday.
Where is the birthplace for Christianity? Bethlaham or Jerusalem.
In Christianity what is the holy place of worship? Church.
What is Monotheism? The belief in one God.
What is the Jewish place of worship called? Temple/Synnagog.
Where is the birthplace for Judaism? Cannon.
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