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World history

Christianity is an extension of faith that comes from judaism
Christians believed that Jesus was born to a holy Jewish virgin, named mary
age 30, Jesus began to travel through judea preaching and working miracles
Jewish authorities saw Jesus as a heretic
Jesus had 122 students, known as disciples
one of Jesus' disciples betrayed Judas Iscariot
Jesus was tried and crucified by the roman governor Pontius Pilate
peter one of Jesus' disciples, first pope
paul first christian missionary
bible christian holy bible
gospel first four books of the new testament
crucifixion roman method executing criminals
diaspora spreading out of the Jewish people
Christmas Jesus' birth
Easter Jesus rose again
after 180 A.D., the power of the Rome began to slowly decline
Political reasons weak emperors
Social reasons welfare (people became lazy)
Economic reasons high inflation, high taxes
Military reasons foreign troops, barbarian invasions, discipline collasped
Diocletian split the empire into two halves, an eastern roman empire and western roman empire
Constantine 1st Christian emperor, legalized Christianity, capital of eastern roman empire the city of "Constantinople"
Attila leader of the huns
the fall of Rome 476 A.D.
who is the king out of the last western empire's name? king Odacer
Jesus Christ a Jewish Rabbi who lived in? Judea
Created by: jodypruitt