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WHI.7 (2015)

Christianity

TermDefinition
Judaism the monotheistic religion of the Jews
Jesus of Nazareth the Messiah who was born a Jewish man and fully God
Incarnation deity that takes on human form (ex: Jesus)
Doctine the foundational beliefs of a religion that are taught to followers
Martyrs person who is killed because of thier beliefs
Apostles any of the early followers of Jesus who carried the Christian message into the world (ex: Paul)
Emperor Constintine converted to Christianity and made it legal to practice in Rome Empire
moral authority the standard by which good and evil or right and wrong are created by a group in control
heresy a belief or teaching different than set doctrine (false teaching)
secular not related or concerned with religion
monasteries a place where monks lived and practiced their religion while preserving Greco-Roman culture (books and art)
missionaries people who's mission from God is share and convert others to their religion
Pope the leader of the Roman Catholic Church
Emperor Charlemagne selected by the Pope to be 1st Emperor of Holy Roman Empire in 800 A.D (also King of France)
parish a local church community lead by a preist
Created by: catherine_pace