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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Gradual separation of Christianity from Judaism There was gradual change between the newly created religion of Christianity and Judaism throughout the first century. Throughout the change, Christianity was not considered as Jewish even if Jesus was a devoted Jewish in his life. The Christian followers were not Jewish yet most outsiders considered Christianity as a subgroup of Judaism. The Jewish religion was regularly pushed away by the followers of Jesus. Christians on the other side. Jewish religious practices that were maintained by Jesus and his early followers Some practices that Jesus and followers maintained after the gradual change includes them still admitting that Jesus was the Messiah. Most Christian's liturgy, as well as other forms of worship, bears a mark of origin and influence of Jewish religion including church rituals such as assembly for prayers. The Old and New Testaments have a version of Synagogue readings from Torah and Prophets. Jewish originals are also evident in many prayer formulas including

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