CHHI 301 Research Project 1
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CHHI 301 Research Project 1

Course Number: CHHI 301, Spring 2013

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Research and locate one scholarly journal article on the following three topics. Using proper Turabian format, write the bibliographic information for each of these three articles along with a well-developed, one-paragraph description of the contents of each article (for a total of 3 citations and 3 paragraphs). The three topics are as follows: The Persecution of the Early Church (pick a specific outbreak, the...

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and Research locate one scholarly journal article on the following three topics. Using proper Turabian format, write the bibliographic information for each of these three articles along with a well-developed, one-paragraph description of the contents of each article (for a total of 3 citations and 3 paragraphs). The three topics are as follows: The Persecution of the Early Church (pick a specific outbreak, the reasons for the outbreak, and the results). How did the Pax Romana help the spread of the Gospel? Heresies of the early church and the councils that dealt with the specific matter (pick a specific item, such as the Arian Conflict, Monophysitism, Nestorianism, etc.). Your research findings should be submitted in one document via the SafeAssign submission link in the Assignments folder. This assignment is due by Monday at 11:59 p.m. (ET) of Module/Week 1. (Please also submit your completed Research Exercise 1 in Discussion Board Forum 1 by its stated deadline.) Jeremy Carden Research Exercise 1 Darwish, M. (2009). Nero. Human Architecture, 7, 47-47. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/210139972?accountid=12085 1. One of the most recognized persecutions of the Early Church was created by one man: Nero. As with most of the Roman rulers during the time of Jesus and after his death, many high ranking officials feared one thing more than Jesus; the people. They felt as if He presented a huge threat due to his popularity skyrocketing as He traveled the country speaking about God and performing great miracles. Nero also seemed to be a bit maniacal as he fiddled while watching Rome and other cities burn in order to draw out the Christians and torture them. The end result 1000s was of believers losing their homes, lives and their piece of mind. However, in the end this kind of persecution only made their faith in God stronger than before. Most of them were probably thinking that if they could make it through this disaster then God is with them no matter what type of persecution they would encounter. "Pax Romana." Encyclopdia Britannica. Encyclopdia Britannica Online Academic Edition. Encyclopdia Britannica Inc., 2013. Web. 25 Mar. 2013. <http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/447447/Pax-Romana>. 2. Pax Romana seemed to add that piece of mind that many believers had lost due to persecution especially at the hands of Nero. It allowed for a brief period of tranquility. From North Africa to Persia there was freedom for people to form their own Roman taxation and military control. This made it easier for the Christians to spread the word of Christ with a lesser fear of persecution. Frend, W. H. C. "Monophysitism." Encyclopedia of Religion. Ed. Lindsay Jones. 2nd ed. Vol. 9. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2005. 6153-6155. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 25 Mar. 2013. 3. Monophysitism dealt with the one nature of Jesus Christ. Debates have been going on since the beginning of the early church due to different opinions on the character and personality of Jesus Christ. It really stems from Christ being one with God. So by looking at the characteristics of God, one could see who Jesus truly is. However, the biggest controversy is dealing with the fact that Jesus became human. Though God has been shown to display human characteristics such as joy, mercy, wrath and other emotions that humans experience due to our nature.

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