Expansion of Christianity

Expansion of - 6 Goodwill • Christianity known for its goodwill towards all men 7 Martyrdom • Willing to die for beliefs 8 Doctrinal

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Expansion of Christianity 1. Disciples and Jesus Got the message out Would die for beliefs 2. Gospels Written by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John Codified : doctrines pulled together and written down in 1 st century 3. Paul (Saul) Dominant force in spread Christian killer turned into greatest missionary Hebrew descent Christianity came from Judaism Paul and Jesus were Jewish Roman citizen equaled safety while traveling and use of Roman roads Trained in philosophy Skilled in debate Powerful personality 4. Pax Romana Peace of Rome under Augustus Octavian No war 5. Jewish Heritage Conversions Christianity based on Judaism
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Goodwill • Christianity known for its goodwill towards all men 7. Martyrdom • Willing to die for beliefs 8. Doctrinal Controversy • Identity of Jesus-Was he a God or not?-Docetism= fully God-Gnosticism= fully human • Identity of Holy Spirit-The trinity-A right way of thinking about God • What was the right teaching 9. Legalization of Christianity • 4 th century emperor Constantine • No more persecution 10. St Augustine ( father of Theology ) • Medieval period • Tatalan: trinity idea • Carries Christian teaching to middle ages...
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course HUM 2230 taught by Professor Jordan during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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Expansion of - 6 Goodwill • Christianity known for its goodwill towards all men 7 Martyrdom • Willing to die for beliefs 8 Doctrinal

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