• Christianity
    Christian Bible consists of the Jewish Scriptures (torah) and the Christian scriptures. o The Key beliefs of Christianity are expressed throughout the Bible. o The Bible is also sometimes referred to as ‘Scripture ‘ or ‘Holy Scripture” o The word Gospel means Good News. A term used by early Christians...
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  • American Religions
    and Philosophical  Catechism  Beliefs over everything o Ethical and Legal  Jewish not eating pork  No premarital Sex o Social and Institutional  Fellowship at church  Joining choir to be with friends o Material  Crosses  Buddha statues Albion: Another word for Britain...
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  • Apush Chapter 1 Notes
    . Church of England, as now known, satisfied Queen but not English Christians 1. Many Catholics claimed allegiance with the Pope 2. Others said that it abandoned Rome without abandoning its beliefs and practices v. Under Elizabeth, church changed...
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  • Ap European History Review
    , religious tolerance, pacifism -Separation of church and state -Were prosecuted for their beliefs Albigencians: Heretical cult in southern France in 1209. They questioned the ethnicity of the sacraments and whether the pope was the highest authority. Pope/nobility was against heretics and in the early...
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  • Astral Symbolism on the Pre-Romanesque Relief in Keutschach (Hodiše)
    of Orion might have been known to the Christian indigenous population of the local area very early on.50 3. The Slovenian folk tradition and Orion The belief that the deceased were stars in the sky was known among the ancient Egyptians. It was adopted by the Greeks and Romans, and it has survived...
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  • World History Notes
    scholastic theology Scholasticism – sought to merge the beliefs and values of Christianity w/the logical precision of Greek philosophy Scholasticism – essentially reinterpreted Christian belief w/the advanced philosophical knowledge of the time o       St. Thomas Aquinas – most famous of...
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  • Scientific revolution
    natural laws are unchangeable and predictable, God’s active participation in the natural world is not needed to explain the forces of nature o This directly challenged Medieval beliefs o This view came to be the foundation of the Enlightenment view of God: deism © 2013 HistorySage.com All...
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  • sat vocab prep
    about popular beliefs, Christian devotion ran deep within individuals. The rise of cities encouraged the formation of lay groups. The cults of the Virgin Mary and sundry saints demonstrated a need for intermediaries between people and God. Pagan practices endured and blended into Christianity...
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  • Ap World History Textbook Outline 2000 Bce-1750
    the Roman law (Justinian Code) - Augustine- bishop in north Africa- saint- champion of Christian doctrione in Christian heresies- very important in Christian thought in certain issues such as predestination. - Coptic- Church in Egypt and result of separate belief in doctrines in N. Africa that...
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  • Reading Article
    rulers tended to vary considerable over the centuries. In the early centuries of the medieval period, European Jews emerged as successful moneylenders. (Church laws strongly discouraged Christians from participating in this profession.) This helped Europe’s changing economy, and some Christian...
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  • Ap Us History Notes Ch 1-4
    works). o His actions ignited the Protestant Reformation. 2. John Calvin preached Calvinism which stressed “predestination” (those going to Heaven or hell has already been determined by God). o Basic doctrines were stated in the 1536 document entitled Institutes of the Christian Religion. o...
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  • Art History-Coming Into Christianity
    Constantine built Santa Coustanza at a memorial to his daughters Constantina and Helena. Many years later it was deemed a Church. What remains of the interior of the building is ornately decorated with marble and mosaic which show a rich imagery of early Christian belief. The twelve pairs of columns...
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  • Sociology of Religion
    differentiation - - they do not merely predict the separation of church and state o r a decline in the direct, secular authority of church leaders. Their primary concern is with individual piety, e specially b elief. T hus, Jefferson predicted the next generation would find Christian beliefs, and...
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  • chapter 9 world history AP notes
    what helped Russia to form in the firs place • Early culture includes o Animistic beliefs, strong family tribes, oral legend, etc. • Scandinavian traders started to set up stops in Kiev o A monarchy actually emerged • Rurik was the first monarch • Vladimir I- a Rurik descendant (980-1015) o...
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  • Ch'Ien Hsuan-Giotto Comparison
    obviously endeared Giotto to the Pope, and allowed Giotto his celebrated career. His O was an immaculate sign of a higher order – indeed, the highest.” (http://www.criticalreligion.stir.ac.uk/, 2012) There is still some disagreement between scholars and art historians on Giotto’s early work. It is...
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  • Western Civilization
    . Authority within the new Church was based on Gospels, early letters, and visionary writings of the early disciples and their followers. Bishops connected these with Jewish texts to provide a basis for belief and Christian instruction. Bishops also took up responsibility for defending Christianity from...
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  • Religoin
    circumcision in order to become Christians. This Council is an attempt to overcome differences within the infant Church. Despite the formal resolution of the problem the tensions between the two early communities continued for some time • The New Testament period which lasted from approximately...
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  • Syllabus Rel 134
    | | | | | |Explain basic Christian beliefs that emerged in the early church. | | | | |Describe the historical development of the three major Christian...
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  • REL 134 Complete Class
    : Basic Christian beliefs that emerged in the early church Historical development of the three major traditions Contrasts among the Christian traditions Pluralistic nature of contemporary Christianity   Format citations and references consistent with APA guidelines. A Microsoft® PowerPoint...
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  • Iglesia Ni Cristo
    basic component of the INC's beliefs is that founder Felix Manalo was sent from God to reestablish the Christian Church in its true form and that the original church was apostatized. The organization denies the doctrine of the Trinity, as well as the Divinity of Jesus. Background Information: The...
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