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The word messiah means one whose hair is anointed with olive oil The jewish monastic community to which Jesus most likely belonged to was the Essenes Jesus was born in 4 BCE Gospels were originally written in Greek Talmud consists of 613 rules The Acts of apostles is believed to be the second part of Luke Both Luke and Matthew trace the genealogy of Jesus to David Jesus was crucified at the age of 32 John is considered to be asynoptic The Matthew gospel spoke of Jesus as the New Moses The Gemara can be best decribed as commentary on biblical laws to cope with changing times The Zealots were the most reactionary against the Roman occupation Letters by Paul are collectively known as Epistles Revelations of the Christian Bible urged the early Christians to keep the faith despite harsh persecution The Christian Bible what included the Hebrew Bible plus all the books of the New Testament became a canon around the year 300 CE? Day of Atonement is Yom Kippur As a result of the Reformation, Protestants accept Scripture and faith as the final authority
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Unformatted text preview: in religious matters WEster Christian belied holds that Jesus diving and human nature were united as a single person Jesus divine and human nature were united as a single person does NOT apply to eastern orthodox belief Arius, one of the Bishops of Egypt, held the view that Jesus was great and ideal man, yet not Divine In the Eastern Church, deicisons regarding Christian doctrine and practice are ultimately determined by community and church patriarchs Of the following, the Apostolic succession is not one of the statements of belefe set forth in the Nicene Creed The Christian bible, which included the Hebrew Bible s plus the books of the New Testament became a canon in 300 CE The Epistles were written primarily by whom? Paul The father of the Reformation was Martin Luther Western Church practices that one is baptized by the sprinkling of holy water upon the head. The first council of Nicea was convened in 325 CE...
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