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  Jesus Biography
Christians believe that humans can have direct personal knowledge of God and of Jesus and that this is confirmed through scripture, which is a form of divine revelation.
The detailed nature of Jesus' spiritual teaching cannot be fully agreed because accounts are fragmentary and because he made extensive use of paradox, metaphor and parable; making it is unclear how literally he wished to be taken and precisely what he meant.
Christianity is centered on the belief that Jesus is the savior of man. According to Christians, Jesus was born in Bethlehem to Mary.
www.myclassiclyrics.com /artist_biographies/Jesus_Biography.htm   (2531 words)

  
 List of themed timelines
Timeline is a 1999 science fiction novel by Michael Crichton
Timeline of quantum mechanics, molecular physics, atomic physics, nuclear physics, and particle physics
Timelines of History: a collection of timelines by time, country, today in history along with assorted subjects
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/l/li/list_of_themed_timelines.html   (268 words)

  
  Jesus. Who is Jesus? What is Jesus? Where is Jesus? Definition of Jesus. Meaning of Jesus.
Christians believe that humans can have direct personal knowledge of God and of Jesus and that this is confirmed through scripture, which is a form of divine revelation.
The detailed nature of Jesus' spiritual teaching cannot be fully agreed because accounts are fragmentary and because he made extensive use of paradox, metaphor and parable; making it is unclear how literally he wished to be taken and precisely what he meant.
Christianity is centered on the belief that Jesus is the savior of man. According to Christians, Jesus was born in Bethlehem to Mary.
www.knowledgerush.com /kr/encyclopedia/Jesus   (3380 words)

  
 Bambooweb: Jesus
Most Christians believe Jesus was God incarnate (a man who was also God), who came to earth to save humanity from sin and death through his own blood sacrifice, and who returned from the dead to rejoin his Father in heaven.
The detailed nature of Jesus' spiritual teaching cannot be fully agreed upon because accounts are fragmentary and because he made extensive use of paradox, metaphor and parable, leaving it unclear how literally he wished to be taken and precisely what he meant.
Christianity originated as a sect of Judaism, but developed into its own religion; there are thus many similarities dating to the time of origin, but also many radical and fundamental differences dating to the period in which the two were in competition and then antagonism.
www.bambooweb.com /articles/j/e/Jesus.html   (4598 words)

  
 Timeline of the Holocaust
But because of their nature, timelines should not be seen as the end of research on a topic.
My great hope is that this Holocaust timeline, with its many links to detailed documents, will serve as a useful tool and provoke further investigation into this tremendously complex and horrific period of history.
I think, however, that it would be more accurate to place the true origins of the Holocaust in the preceding hundreds of years of often brutal and murderous anti-Semitism throughout Europe, condoned or promoted by the Christian churches and exploited by rulers, churchmen, politicians and the common masses.
members.shaw.ca /timelines   (290 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Jesus Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Most Christians believe Jesus was God incarnate (a man who was also God), who came to earth to save humanity from sin and death through his own blood sacrifice, and who returned from the dead to rejoin his father in heaven.
This is strengthed by details of the reign of Sejanus in Rome.
Christianity originated as a sect of Judaism, but developed into its own religion; there are thus many similarities dating to the time of origin, but also many radical and fundamental differences dating to the period in which the two were in competition and then antagonism.
www.ipedia.com /jesus.html   (7482 words)

  
 Jesus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Most Christians believe Jesus was God incarnate (a man who was also God), who came to earth to save humanity from sin and death through his own blood sacrifice, and who returned from the dead to rejoin his father in heaven.
Christians universally understand this to mean that Jesus was literally God's son – according to the Nicene Creed, God's only begotten son, one with the father.
Christianity originated as a sect of Judaism, but developed into its own religion; there are thus many similarities dating to the time of origin, but also many radical and fundamental differences dating to the period in which the two were in competition and then antagonism.
www.wikiverse.org /jesus   (6826 words)

  
 Shattered Christian Minorities in the Middle East
Christians and Jews were enjoined to affix wooden images of devils to their houses, level their graves even with the ground, wear outer garments of yellow color, and ride only on mules and asses with wooden saddles marked by two pomegranates-like balls on the cantle.
Christians and Muslims were finally content with the election of the army commander Fouad Shihab as the new president, and, consequently, the US withdrew from Lebanon.
Lebanese Christians were always keenly mindful of past atrocities inflicted on their brethren in the Middle East at the hands of the Muslims- namely the demise of Armenians in Turkey and the persecution of Coptic Christians in Sudan and Egypt.
phoenicia.org /christiansmea.html   (10075 words)

  
 List of themed timelines - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Timeline is a 2003 film based on the novel.
Timelines are representations of historical events in chronological sequence.
Timelines of History: a collection of timelines by time, country, today in history along with assorted subjects
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_themed_timelines   (435 words)

  
 New Religious Movements Page: Christianity in Japan
Christianity flowed into Japan in three different waves: sixteenth century with Spanish missionaries, in the nineteenth century with the Meiji Restoration, and again in the twentieth century after World War II (Lande: 156).
Five widely respected aspects of the Christian gospel are the the Ten Commandments, the creation myth in the Garden of Eden, the Trinity, the gift of free will, and the importance of faith.
The foundation of the Christian definitions of right and wrong rests on the Ten Commandments, which are said to have been delivered to Moses from God in the book of Exodus.
religiousmovements.lib.virginia.edu /nrms/christian_japan.html   (3607 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Detailed Christian timeline   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The purpose of this chronology is to give a detailed account of Christianity from 1AD to the present.
230-250 Christian council of Rome, Demetrius bishop of Alex.
284-305 Diocletian emperor of Rome, notorius persecuter of Christians
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Detailed-Christian-timeline   (4751 words)

  
 Hall's Timeline
The ebook details why the Bible charts only 4,000 years from Adam to 70 AD (this means that the fall occurred a little less than 6,000 years ago), and why this is not in conflict with any recorded, historically verifiable date in history.
Although TIMELINE charts what most would view as a very short timespan of only 4,000 years from the fall of Adam to the fall of Jerusalem in 70 AD, all the verses and related issues to support this conclusion are precisely stated.
TIMELINE assumes that Noah's flood was worldwide and geographically catastrophic, and that all perished except for Noah's family.
www.bbltimeline.com   (2515 words)

  
 Time Line of Early Christianity--The Lost Gospel of Judas--National Geographic
The bishop stressed a single "Rule of Faith" for all Christian churches, consistency between Old Testament and New Testament texts, and the sanctity of scriptures which were not open to interpretation.
Celsus argued that Christianity was incompatible with long-standing traditions of Greek philosophy.
To this day it remains an invaluable source for scholars of the era's religious and philosophical thought—though Epiphanius might not be pleased by his important role in the survival of these noncanonical texts.
www.nationalgeographic.com /lostgospel/timeline_08.html   (722 words)

  
 SIMILE | Timeline | Examples | Religion Timelines
The Jewish timeline (top) contains events while the Christianity timeline contains events.
Titles of events have been phrased by David Huynh, author of this timeline example.
The phrasing might not be of journalistic quality.
simile.mit.edu /timeline/examples/religions/religions.html   (56 words)

  
 MidEast Web - Middle East Israel - Palestinian Conflict TimeLine
These timelines are intended to give you an overview and reference points for major events.
Caliph Omar provides the Christians of Jerusalem with the Covenant of Umarguaranteeing their protection.
Palestinians retaliated with a massacre of Christians in Damour.
www.mideastweb.org /timeline.htm   (7809 words)

  
 Ancient Roman History Timeline VII
A neoplatonist, her philosophies and status as a woman were threatening to the increasingly powerful Christian bureaucracy.
The Christians were themselves divided, including two principal opposing groups of the Monophysites, (who believed that Christ had only one nature, the divine), and the more powerful Orthodox Ministry, which condemned Monophysitism.
Theatre, to the conservative Christian bureaucracy, was both obscene and immoral, and they did in fact succeed in banning performance completely in the late seventh century.
www.exovedate.com /ancient_timeline_seven.html   (3082 words)

  
 Emails
Below is the list of events, including the emails that went back and forth between the Parkers and the Principal, regarding their 5-year old son (who turned 6 in March) being taught about homosexual families without their permission or notification.
These issues may come up in talk on the playground, during show and tell, when a student shares a picture about what the family did over the weekend, or when their parents come in to the classroom to volunteer or for a party.
In some cases, teachers will need to respond, and they do their best to do it in a way that is factual and respectful of all families, referring children to their parents if they have more detailed questions.
www.article8.org /docs/news_events/parker/timeline_events.htm   (3166 words)

  
 A Time Line of Church History
The following timeline and associated text provided further below is intended to provide the reader with a general and simplified overview of the development of the Christian Church.
For a more detailed description of the history of the church, the reader is encouraged to read The Byzantine Legacy in the Orthodox Church by Fr.
The Council of Nicea settles the major heretical challenge to the Christian faith when the heretic Arius asserts Christ was created by the Father.
www.saintignatiuschurch.org /timeline.html   (897 words)

  
 Christian History - Justin Martyr - 131 Christians Everyone Should Know
Christianity was not a threat to the state, he asserted, and should be treated as a legal religion.
Justin argued that Christians are, in fact, the emperor's "best helpers and allies in securing good order, convinced as we are that no wicked man...
However, this apology has gained the most attention for modern readers because in it Justin records detailed descriptions of early Christian worship (to show unbelievers that Christianity was not subversive).
www.christianitytoday.com /history/special/131christians/martyr.html   (1052 words)

  
 Astronomy Timeline
This is a timeline of important events in astronomical history.
Christian Huygens discovers Saturn's rings and Titan, the fourth satellite of Saturn.
Discovery of the 'Doppler Effect' by Austrian physicist and mathematician, Christian Doppler.
www.windows.ucar.edu /tour/link=/the_universe/uts/timeline.html   (1175 words)

  
 Detailed Christian timeline Definition / Detailed Christian timeline Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
According to the Christian Gospels, he presided at the trial of Jesus and gave him to the mob where they carried out his crucifixion with the help of the Roman Soldiers.
His biographical details before and after his appointment to Judea are unknown, but have been supplied by legend, which included the detail that his wife's na...
The death of the Christian Messiah Jesus was on Nisan 14....
www.elresearch.com /Detailed_Christian_timeline   (929 words)

  
 Basic Christian - BasicChristian.org
The Christian invitation from God to mankind is an invitation to life, to Holiness and to godliness, none of these invitations is immediately fulfilled they are all worked out in us and through us as a part of our own salvation experience, therefore we are not to cut short our salvation experience with God.
Christianity is Not a Religion and it is not a Philosophy.
To desire to be a Christian is to desire to be a child of God, to be a person in a personal relationship with God.
www.basicchristian.org   (2441 words)

  
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The primary source of historical knowledge about Jesus is contained within the Christian Gospels which the majority of historians believe to have originated from primary sources written within living memory of Jesus.
Gospel accounts state he brought up in Nazareth, however, many historians believe that Christian transcribers have mistaken the title "Nazarene" for a location.
The Jewish historian Josephus and the Christian historian Eusebius(who wrote in Fourth century but quoted much earlier sources now unavaliable to us) refer to James the Just as Jesus' brother.
www.online-encyclopedia.info /encyclopedia/j/je/jesus_christ.html   (2852 words)

  
 Timeline: A publication of the Foundation for Global Community - Current Issue
Allison details the heroic efforts of Senators Nunn and Lugar to secure loose materials in cooperation with the Russians, an effort that, incredibly, has now been slowed by bureaucratic inertia in Washington.
Each of us on the Timeline team will move on to other efforts with the same goals as we had for Timeline—to work for a peaceful, sustainable world that is concerned with the well-being of all people and all life.
A print edition of Timeline with photographs and artwork is available for a subscription price of $15 per year (six issues).
www.globalcommunity.org /timeline/81/index.shtml   (7445 words)

  
 "Timeline" / review and/or viewer comments - Christian Spotlight on the Movies
The good news is that in the novel version of Timeline, time-travel does not occur and an authority figure (an ITC expert) flatly states that time-travel is impossible.
The novel Timeline uses simple illustrations of the multiverse: in some universes, Hitler lost the war; and in others, he won.
Timeline reminds us of the futile speculations of those who do not believe in a God who creates and cares about human history.
www.christiananswers.net /spotlight/movies/2003/timeline.html   (2632 words)

  
 English Bible History: Timeline of how we got the English Bible
This new branch of the Christian Church, neither Roman Catholic nor truly Protestant, became known as the Anglican Church or the Church of England.
There, with the protection of the great theologian John Calvin (author of the most famous theological book ever published, Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion)and John Knox, the great Reformer of the Scottish Church, the Church of Geneva determined to produce a Bible that would educate their families while they continued in exile.
As Christians, we must be very careful to make intelligent and informed decisions about what translations of the Bible we choose to read.
www.greatsite.com /timeline-english-bible-history   (5639 words)

  
 Timeline of Christianity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Between the time of Jesus and the time the first gospel (Mark) is written, original Christians disperse throughout Judea and Samaria (Acts 8,1ff), Peter and Saint Paul lead the new Christian Church
48-49 Council of Jerusalem, 1st Christian Council...participants include Peter and Paul; presided over by james, doctrine regarding circumcision and dietary law is agreed to by apostles and presbyters, written in a letter addressed to "the brothers of Gentile origin in Antioch, Syria, and Cilicia" (Acts 15)
1095: Pope Urban II preaches a Crusade to defend the eastern Christians, and pilgrims to the Holy Land at the Council of Clermont.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Detailed_Christian_timeline   (6715 words)

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