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Christianity - CD

Learn about the Key people and Beliefs in Christianity

Jesus Born of a virgin named Mary. Believed to be a child of God. Was crucified and resurrected 3 days after
The twelve Disciples Peter and his brother Andrew, James and his brother John, Philip and Bartholomew, Thomas and Matthew, James, and Thaddeus, Simon and Judas. Were the followers of Christ
Bible The Christian holy book containing many scriptures written over many centuries and holds the New and Old testaments
Crucified To put someone to death by nailing or binding them to a cross, especially as an ancient punishment
The Old Testament Is the first 39 books of the Bible. The Old testament contains the exodus from Egypt, the history of the patriarchs, and the creation of the universe
Baptism The religious rite of sprinkling water onto a person's forehead or of immersion in water, symbolizing purification or regeneration and admission to the Christian Church
The Protestant of Reformation Was the cultural, intellectual, political, and religious upheaval that splintered Catholic Europe during the 16th century, also setting the beliefs and structures that would define the continent in the modern era
Disciple Refers to a learner or follow
The New Testament The second major part of the Bible which discusses Jesus and his teachings
Pontius Pilate Was the Roman Governor that Crucified Jesus. Never wanted to do it, but was urged to by a crowd
Jerusalem Considered a holy city to the Abrahamic religions, Jerusalem has some of most sacred places for these religions
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