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Transcript of Christianity
All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day
All Hallows' Eve
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
Feast of the Annunciation
Feast of the Guardian Angels
Christians believe that Jesus has a “unique significance” in the world and is the son of god.
Christians believe that he is fully divine and fully human and the savior of humanity whose coming was prophesied in the Old Testament, Christians refer to Jesus as Christ or messiah.
Christians believe that Jesus was born in December in roman-occupied Palestine about 2000 years ago.
Christians believe that Jesus suffered, died, was buried and resurrected from the dead to grant eternal life to those who believe in him for the remission of their sins.
The Christians believe that once Jesus died he ascended into heaven.
Jesus was a Jewish rabbi from the region of Galilee
He was executed by Roman authorities
His followers made a claim that Jesus was raised by God from the dead
They kept his teachings
What is Christianity?
Christianity developed out of Judaism
It is founded on the life, teachings, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ
It was established in Palestine
By: Annika, Brianna, Shangrila, Joshua, and Jeremy
Jesus of Nazareth
The World Religions
Annika: What is Christianity, Rankings and Holidays
Brianna: Founder and Origins
What we did
Christianity traditions is a collection of practices or beliefs.
Lots of church have traditional practices, like patterns of worship or rites, that developed over time.
Traditions also includes historical teachings from the bible and the church authorities
Christianity traditions also includes holidays such as Easter, Christmas or Holiday feast.
Most popular religion in the world
Over 2 billion followers
42 Britons see themselves as nominally Christian
6 million actively practice the religion
Jesus was the Messiah as promised in the Old Testament
Jesus is the Son of God.
Jesus gave his life to the cross (Crucifixion) and came back to life (Resurrection).
There is only one God, but there are three elements to this God: God the Father, God the Son and The Holy Spirit.
Christians worship in churches.
Spiritual leaders are called priests/ministers
Holy book is the Bible; it consists of the Old and New Testaments
Some of the holy days are Christmas and Easter.
Jewish rabbi - A jewish scholar or teacher
Galile - A chapel or porch at the entrance of a church
Judaism - One of the most oldest monotheistic religions. Jews believe that God appointed the Jews to be his chosen people in order to set an example of holiness and ethical to the world.
Doctrine - a belief or set of belief held taught by the Church.
Tradition - transmission of customs or beliefs
Julian calendar - introduced and namer after by Julian Caesar, in Rome. it has 12 months, 365 days (the every fourth year, 366 days). The reason why it was reformed because it was 10 days out (like October 6 became October 16)
Greogorian calendar - introduced and named after by Pope Gregory XIII, known as the "Christian calendar" or the "Western calendar". It reformed the Julian calendar.
Christians: a person that belives in the christ.
significance: the meaning to be found in words or events.
sins: the act of violating God's will.
ascend: rise through the air.
Christ- the title, also treated as a name, given to Jesus of Nazareth
Easter- resserection of jesus
Jeruselem- City of Peace, and the City of Completion
Saint's- a person who belives in heaven
Cruxifixon- the execution of a person by nailing or binding them to a cross
Rankings in a catholic church
5. Monks and nuns
All saints day