History for the final

History for the final - History.Notes for Final Exam...

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Origins of Christianity All followers in the jesus movement are Jewish and is all about jewish preaching. The end of time was supposed to be coming very soon. He was put to death in the Roman fashion by the Romans because the Romans fear rebellion so they squashed every bit of the rebellion that they could. Paul - Roman citizen - Very smart, spoke more than one language - With his conversion experience and it’s through his travels and mission that we begin to see the jesus movement go outside of Judea - See an emphasis on the resurrection and Jesus as the Messiah - We see a distinct religion popping up Christians - Followers of Jesus as Christos - In early Christian art work you don’t have the crucifixion - We begin to see the first two greek letters in the word Christos made into a symbol for jesus. This is a very important Christian symbol. - Early depictions of Christ o No beard o Young and youthful - Burial becomes very important because there is the idea that every Christian will be resurrected o Must have full body burials
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2010 for the course HIST 1001 taught by Professor Sheehan during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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