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Transcript of English Final
By: Nicole Franco
It was originated in the city of Jerusalem in present day Israel.
It originated in the 1st century.
Sacred Texts/ Worship
Main Christian Text
The Christian Bible is a collection of 66 books.
It also has 3 different languages.
The Hebrew Bible is also known as "Mikra."
Places of Worship
Church's are the main places of worship for Christians.
Church is a place for a person to go and have time for themselves, time for God.
What is ethical monotheism?
Ethical monotheism is a belief in one God who guides humanity through ethical principles.
What does the word "Messiah" literally mean?
Messiah literally means anointed or anointed one.
Who was Jesus in Relation to God
The Christians say that Jesus is God's son
Why is Jesus considered Divine
People say Jesus is God
What Do The Christians believe about Judgement Day
Christians say God will come down and open the graves of his dead which will rise
Major Rituals /Observances
The Importance of Missionaries
It is a religious ceremony that is regarded as an outward and visible sign of inward and spiritual grace.
Christians view on the Sabbath
Every Sunday is set aside as a religious observance.
Founder of Christianity
10. Why are missionaries important to Christians?
11. What are the sacraments?
12. How do Christians view the Sabbath and when it is usually celebrated?
Missionaries are the people who keep the religion growing and spread the word of God around the globe.
There are 7 sacraments in Christianity
Jesus himself is a sacrament by giving himself to mankind.
In the Bible it says "Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy" (Exodus 20:8). God's people were told to rest on the seventh day of every week.
That's why Christians go to church every Sunday.
Where and when did Christianity originate?
By : Alexis Lopez
God is their supreme being.
He is also known as the Lord or The Father.
Christians believe that he was a historical figure.
The founder of Christianity is Jesus of Nazareth also known as Jesus Christ.
He lived from 6 BCE-C. to 30CE.
Jesus is considered as God and as a Human
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"Christ Holding Lambs." Gale Student Resources in Context. Detroit: Gale, 1980. Student Resources in Context. Web. 11 Dec. 2014.
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In Ethical monotheism there is one God from whom emanates one morality for all humanity.
In Ethical monotheism God's primary demand of people is that they act decently toward one another.
Anointed one. The word "mashiach", which is translated into English as "messiah", comes from the Hebrew root that means to "anoint".
Much of the tradition surrounding the role of the Messiah is based on interpretations of the writing of the prophets
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"Jesus of Nazareth." UXL Biographies. Detroit: UXL, 2003. Student Resources in Context. Web. 14 Dec. 2014.
by Samantha Ruth
1. Who is considered the founder of Christianity and when did he live?
2. When and where did Christianity originate?
3. Who is considered the supreme the being?