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 Christianity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Western Christianity in the Middle Ages was characterized by cooperation and conflict between the secular rulers and the Church under the Pope, and by the development of scholastic theology and philosophy.
As the European Enlightenment took hold, Christianity was confronted with the discoveries of science (including the heliocentric model and the theory of evolution), and with the development of biblical criticism (linked to the development of Christian Fundamentalism) and modern political ideologies such as Liberalism, Nationalism and Socialism.
Christian mobs, sometimes with government support, have destroyed pagan temples and oppressed adherents of paganism (such as the philosopher Hypatia of Alexandria, who was murdered by a Christian mob).
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 Britain.tv Wikipedia - Eastern Christianity
Eastern Christianity refers collectively to the Christian traditions and churches which developed in Greece, the Balkans, the rest of Eastern Europe, Asia Minor, the Middle East, northeastern Africa and southern India over several centuries of religious antiquity.
The term Orthodox Christianity is sometimes used when referring to the Eastern Orthodox Church, the Oriental Orthodox Churches, and Assyrian Church of the East as a group.
Eastern Christians have a shared tradition, but they became divided during the early centuries of Christianity in disputes about christology and fundamental theology.
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 Timeline of Christianity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The purpose of this chronology is to give a detailed account of Christianity from the beginning of the current era to the present.
The year one is the first year in the Christian calendar (there is no year zero), which is the calendar presently used (in unison with the Gregorian calendar) almost everywhere in the world, because of the current dominance of the Western world.
Almost the entire nation is Christian by the time of his death in a conversion that is both incredibly successful and largely bloodless.
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 Christianity in Japan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Finally, Christian insistence on the primacy of the individual's conscience was regard as subversive in a society that attached overwhelmingly importance to unconditional obedience to superiors.
The anti Christian laws were still in effect, and many of the discovered Christians were jailed or exiled to other parts of the country.
This tendency was opposed by Uchimura Kanzo the founder of Mukyokai or Nonchurch Christianity.
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The initial stage of this process overlaps with foundational Christianity; the most important figure in the transformation of Christianity into a non-Jewish religion was Paul of Tarsus, one of the founders of the religion—the division between foundational and early Christianity is not a neat one.
The Christian use of the term relies on this later meaning; the divine is a pattern or meaning to the sum total of human history and material phenomena.
Christianity asserts that salvation is an aspect of one's life after one has died—it is not an aspect of the material world.
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Most Christians interpret salvation to mean being able to enter heaven (and escape hell) after death, though some theologians have lamented this tendency.
Christian views of the afterlife generally involve heaven and (somewhat less frequently) hell, with Catholicism adding an intermediate realm of purgatory.
Most Christians hold that one's consciousness, the soul, survives the death of the physical body, although the Jehovah's Witnesses, among others, reject this, saying that those who practiced good things will be resurrected to life and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgement.
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 A Timeline of Christianity
With respect to the early timeline, we can know a few events: We can be fairly certain that Jesus was born in September or October of 5 BC and that he died in 30 AD.
The Christians (Acts 8) are swept up in this and are scattered abroad, while the Hebrew Apostles remain in Jerusalem.
They also forbid the reading of the 10 Commandments in synagogues, possibly because Gentile Christians were claiming these were the laws they should live their lives by.
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 Origin/Early Christianity Timeline — World History Timeline Chart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
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The Origin of Christianity — The historical JESUS (born date?-died c30?) ———— Speculations abound, but in fact it is hardly possible to know the exact years of birth and death of JESUS.
Tacitus and Suetonius : the founder of the Christians, a certain Christos or Chrestos, was executed under Pontius Pilate.
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 from jesus to christ: maps, archaeology & sources: chronology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
48 CE Council of Jerusalem, the leaders of the new Christian movement, discuss the terms of the recent mission to the Gentiles.
Justin defends Christianity as a "philosophy" worthy of the respect of the educated and as the only legitimate heir to the Israelite scriptures.
One of the great early Christian scholars and teachers, his writings had a profound effect on the development of Christian theology, particularly in the provinces of the Greek East.
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 Timeline Of Christianity   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Timeline of Early Christianity: 6 BCE - 500 CE...
Period of oral tradition in Christianity between the time of Jesus and...
The following timeline and associated text provided further below is intended to...
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 Christianity in India at a glance
Churches in India are brought under the rule of Latin bishops under the patronage of the King of Portugal.
This delegation requests a Syrian bishop for the St. Thomas Christians and seeks to explore ways to reconcile the differences between Jacobites and Catholics amongst the St. Thomas Christians.
Christianity in India at a Glance was distributed during the 2000 Indian Catholic Youth Conference in Ft.
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 The History Shop - Timelines
History Timelines are a terrific way to illustrate history to children so that they can easily grasp the sequencing of historical events and develop a better understanding of the relationship of time throughout the history of civilization.
We offer a large variety of timeline products that will work with ANY curriculum you may be using for history, including colorful, blank timelines that you fill in yourself, and a timeline with world events already filled in, as well as a large selection of laminated wall timelines.
The Timeline of Christianity of begins in the Apostolic Period and ends with the Modern Period of Christianity.
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 Timeline of Christianity - ReligionFacts
The following timeline of Christianity summarizes some of the most important events in Christianity since its founding about 2,000 years ago.
Earle E. Cairns, Christianity Through the Centuries (Zondervan, 1996).
Kenneth Scott Latourette, A History of Christianity, Vol.
www.religionfacts.com /christianity/timeline.htm   (249 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.
It was the result of a progressive "estrangement" (the English term used by the French theologian Yves Congar), and cannot even be dated.
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)

 Timeline: Christianity, Judaism, Islam [Archive] - Bahamas Issues Bahamian Web Community
A Christian girlfriend and I are debating this, as she does not believe that Judaism, Christianity and Islam share the same God.
I was under the impression that Christianity and Islam evolved from the same Hebrew branch.
That might be a bit optimistic on their part, but there is no doubt that it is a very, very old system.
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 Early Christianity Timeline   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
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www.gnostic-jesus.com /articles/early-christianity-timeline   (313 words)

 Early Christianity Timeline
Lost Christianities: Christian Scriptures and the Battles over Authentication by Professor Bart D. Ehrman.
Dates are A.D. Anno Domini) unless specified as B.C. Some of the following from Lost Christianities: Christian Scriptures and the Battles over Authentication by Professor Bart D. Ehrman.
40: One of the earliest Christian churches erected at Corinth.
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 History Timeline of Philosophy and Christianity — World History Timeline Chart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
History Timeline of Philosophy and Christianity — World History Timeline Chart
"On the first sight, the timeline of Schoepen suffers from overkill with this amount of information.
In these times of specialisation, where a philosopher sometimes does not know a thing of what is happening in science or art, this timetable of history gives a surprising interdisciplinary view on history".
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 Diversiton - Christianity - Timeline
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44 C.E. The term Christian is used for believers in Christ.
John Calvin writes, The Institutes of the Christian Religion.
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Jesus gave followers teachings and guidelines that most Christians attempt to follow (even if they disagree on what they are)
Because Jesus and his followers were Jews, Christianity incorporates some aspects of Judaism
Christianity fragments into many different types, but each government favors one
www2.kenyon.edu /Depts/Religion/Fac/Suydam/Reln328/Timeline.htm   (265 words)

 Special Report #26 ~ India ~ April 2001 #04   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
AD52: Legend has it that Christianity is introduced by the arrival of the Apostle Thomas.
530: A traveller reports Christian communities in the south and in Ceylon.
Subsequently Portuguese Jesuits work actively to convert both non-Christians and Orthodox Christians to Roman Catholicism.
www.biblesociety.org /sr_26/sr26_04.htm   (193 words)

 Timeline of Christianity in Germany - ReligionFacts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Comparison of Beliefs and Doctrine of Christian Denominations
Comparison of Rituals and Practices of Christian Denominations
Germany, along with Brazil, India and Japan, launches an application for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council.
www.religionfacts.com /christianity/places/germany/timeline.htm   (349 words)

 SIMILE | Timeline | Examples | Christianity Timeline
Titles of events have been phrased by David Huynh, author of this timeline example.
The phrasing might not be of journalistic quality.
The information in this example should not be used as an official source.
simile.mit.edu /timeline/examples/religions/christianity.html   (35 words)

 Chronology of Christianity
The purpose of this chronology is to assist Christians of any denomination in their search for knowledge and truth regarding the development of the Christian religion.
Christian council of Rome, Demetrius bishop of Alex.
Diocletian emperor of Rome, notorius persecuter of Christians
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It was recorded secretly by Finnish military when Hitler surprisingly flew to Finland to congratulate Marshall Mannerheim on his 75th birthday, June 4, 1942.
Early Nazi Timeline focuses on the rise of Hitler
The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, William L. Shirer (1960).
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 A timeline of Christianity
: the eight council (at Carthage) defines the Christian canon (the "New Testament") as comprised of four official gospels (all others are declared heretic) and the letters of the apostles
: caliph al-Mutawakkil deposes the patriarch of the Eastern Christian Church and persecutes Christians
: Lithuania converts to christianity as is unified with Poland
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 The Christian History Timeline: Christianity in the Americas - Christian History & Biography - ...
The Christian History Timeline: Christianity in the Americas - Christian History and Biography - ChristianityTodayLibrary.com
The Christian History Timeline: Christianity in the Americas
Pope declares Indians are rational creatures capable of receiving Christianity
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