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Transcript of christainty

How Did Christianity Spread? How Did Christianity Spread? What are The Christian Denominations? How Did Christianity Spread? Who Spread Christianity? In the 1st Century, St.Paul found some Christian churches throughout the Roman Empire, including Europe, and even Africa. He spread the word around . Jesus Christ Christianity Spreading Seventh-day Adventists

A group known for its Sabbath observance, expectation of Christ, and emphasis on physical health. Quakers

Quakers are a 17th century Reformation movement started by George Fox well-known for their peace testimony. Presbyterian

Presbyterian and Reformed churches share a common origin in the 16th-century Swiss Reformation and the teachings of John Calvin. Lutheran

Lutheranism, based on the teachings of Martin Luther, is one of the largest Protestant denominations in the world today. Denominations Denominations Denominations Denominations Denominations Baptists

Baptists are the largest of the Free Church denominations and are characterized by adult baptism and encouraging religious freedom and separation of church and state. Amish
The Amish are members of an Anabaptist Christian denomination who are especially known for their separation from society and rejection of modern technology. Denominations Denominations Anglican/Episcopalian

Anglicanism is characterized by a via media (middle way) between Catholicism and Protestantism. Denominations Protestant

Protestantism encompasses numerous denominations and embraces a wide theological spectrum, but all share certain distinctiveness. Denominations Eastern Orthodox

The Orthodox Church became a distinct branch in the 11th century "Great Schism." It is prominent in Russia, Greece and nearby areas. Denominatoins
Roman Catholic

Roman Catholicism is the largest Christian group that exists today, with more than a billion adherents. It has been suggested that the work of Jesus Christ and the impact of his death and resurrection would not have made any lasting impact on the world were it not for the missionary work of Paul.He found himself filled with the Holy Spirit and immediately began preaching the Christian gospel. St.Paul
The eastern orthodox church. A protestant church Martin Luther A Roman Catholic. The three main branches of Christianity are Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant. Most of the denominations that exist today developed in the 500 years since the Protestant Reformation and fall under the "Protestant" branch. This map will show you where Christianity
spread. This is a Quaker
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