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World History Ch 14

Christianity: The World Turned Upside-Down

TermDefinition
Systematic Church Dogma Comprehensive church doctrine
Mennonite Early, believer baptism, pacifist(war and violence are wrong) sect of Christianity
Spiritual Gifts Gifts of the Holy Spirit were given to the Church, beginning at Pentecost, for the empowering of the Saints, and as an encouragement and helps
Quakers Had no clergy (pastor) and liturgy (worship)
Church Fathers Historical defenders of the faith
Monotheistic To believe in one God
Anabaptists Believed in believer baptism
Apologists Defenders of the Christian faith
Canon The officially sanctioned books of the Bible
Desert Fathers Radical Christians who were hermits and practiced severe self-discipline. They lived mainly in the Egyptian desert.
Created by: vblackford