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When a religion began in history, or what historians believed in. Historical Origins
Was the emperor of the eastern and western parts of Roman Theodosius the Great
The main teaching of religion Central Beliefs
Was a roman emperor who ruled just the western parts Constantine the Great
Spreading belief Diffusion
Someone who tries to persuade others to believe in his or her religious teachings Missionary
A civilization that developed gradually after 1800 B.C.E. Hebrew
First original name was Saul, he was riding a horse one day and fell off it then was struck by a blinding light and Jesus told Saul that why he had to persecute him then on he changed his name and became a Christian. Paul
Is the Jewish religion Judaism
A simple story that explains a moral or religious lesson. Parables
A Jewish Bible Torah
A person who helps spread the religious teachings of another. Disciples
Was called the father of the Hebrews, the one that had the central idea of a belief in a single God Abraham
A ritual by which a person is welcomed into a religion. Baptized
The greatest leader of the Hebrews, and in the Torah it said to be that he led his people out of slavery Moses
The savior that Jews believed that was sent by God. Messiah
He was a king and he established Jerusalem as a holy city. David
An account of the basic teaching of Christianity. Gospel
Was the person to build the first temple temple in Jerusalem Solomon
Was to put to death by the Romans, and rose back from the dead, the son of God, and was the Messiah. Jesus Christ
Judaism’s oldest laws that were to be followed to honor God The Ten Commandments
The religion that people believed in Jesus that he is the Messiah and the son of God and was risen from dead. Christianity
The agreement between God and Abram Covenant
A place of Jewish worship Synagogue
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