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Transcript of Christianity
- Grew up in Nazareth, Israel claimed to be sent by God
- Jesus' death by crucifixion at 30 AD
- Killed by Romans in Jerusalem
- Body lost 3 days later
- Said to be brought back from the dead
- Told them to wait for the "holy spirit" and returned to heaven
- Constantine converts to Christianity and makes the religion a law in 323 AD
Thank You! Jesus is born in Bethlehem to Mary and Joseph John the Baptist baptizes Jesus. This was when Jesus first began to take on his role as the messiah. After John the Baptist baptizes Jesus, God claims Jesus as his son. Jesus is crucified in Jerusalem after being sentenced to death by Pilates. Geography 4 BCE 1 2 3 There are many different Celebrations and Rituals in the Christian church and within each domination how they are celebrated is different Christianity is different in that people go to church on Sundays instead of Saturdays like the jews
The reason behind this switch in day of worship is not exactly known
Some say it is because in the New Testament the sabbath day changes to Sunday
These services may vary between denomination but usually include singing, some sort of sermon, and the prayers
Church on Sundays This is a hand movement done by many Christians to show their love of god
they move their hand from the forehead to each shoulder then down while saying the “Trinitarian formula”, which is "In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, amen"
It is said it comes from parts of the new testament
Not every division practices it but many do including Catholics possibly being the most consistent with this ritual
The Sign of the Cross An important Christian holiday celebrated by all divisions of Christians in the world
Christmas partly comes from the Roman pagan holiday "saturnalia" which lasted for a week ending on the 25th which is now the day of Christmas
The Christians wanted to convert masses of pagans, and to get them to want to convert told them they could still celebrate saturnalia but decided that it would be said that that was the day Jesus was born. Christmas The spring celebration of Jesus's resurrection
The 40 days leading up to easter is called lent when christians fast or give something up to remember the 40 days jesus spent in the wilderness and had to resist temptations from the devil
For the 50 days after easter christians remember it as the time when Jesus went up to heaven
Easter Approximately 15 CE Aproximately 33 About 312 The Roman emperor Constantine has a vision while in battle and subsequently converts to Christianity. 301 Armenia is the first state to adopt Christianity 50 days after the Crucifixion During the Jewish holiday Pentecost, shortly after the death of Jesus, his followers unify and try to spread his ideas to all of the people. They are met with backlash and shortly afterward Stephen becomes the first Christian martyr http://www.simpletoremember.com/vitals/Christmas_TheRealStory.htm "judaism online"
http://www.perissosonline.org/resource-center/apologetics/a-brief-history-of-christianity/ "Brief history"
http://seashoremary.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/jesus-christ-at-the-cross-by-bloch.jpg?w=550 "JESUS PICTURE"
http://www.biblekids.info/images/bigrescue/welcome/img_br_wiaa_map.gif "jesus map"
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01296/nrsufferlittlechil_1296066c.jpg "little kids praying"
http://realtruth.org/articles/169-ttooc.htmln "the real truth"
The Children's Illustrated Bible, stories retold by Selena Hastings © 1994
http://www.religionfacts.com/christianity/practices.htm "religion facts"