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Unformatted text preview: The Jewish Roots of Christianity, Part One. http://www.dod.org/Products/The-Jewish-Roots-of-Christianity--Part-I__DOD2151.aspx 6. T or F: The origins of Christian Baptism come from Jewish rituals of purification. 7. Jesus and the Disciples quoted from a. the Gospel of Matthew. b. the Book of Revelation. c. the Books of Moses. d. Nag Hammadi 12. 8. The Last Supper (Communion, Eucharist) made sense to the Jew a. if they connected it to the Passover Seder. b. if they connected it to the Crucifixion. c. if they read the explanation in the New Testament. d. if they rejected Judaism and accepted Christianity. 9. T or F: The first believers in Jesus were Gentiles. 10. T or F: To a Believing Jew, Christianity is the continuation of Judaism. Take Home Assignment Due May 5, 2010 Please circle the correct answer...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2010 for the course RLST A130 taught by Professor Ericrgorsuch during the Spring '10 term at Orange Coast College.
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