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History of the Christian religion

Charles Burlingame Waite

History of the Christian religion

to the year two hundred

by Charles Burlingame Waite

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Published by C. V. Waite & cc. in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600

  • Edition Notes

    SHORT CIRCULATION RECORD.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination556 p. ;
    Number of Pages556
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17643158M

    Christianity is thus both a living tradition of faith and the culture that the faith leaves behind. On the one hand, it was a time of great artistic patronage and architectural magnificence, where the Church patroned such artists as MichelangeloBrunelleschiBramanteRaphaelFra AngelicoDonatelloand da Vinci. For years it was a History of the Christian religion book church; the persecutions were fueled by the refusal of Christians to worship the state and the Roman emperor. The Zoroastrian Avestafrom a Sassanian -era master copy. For supporting material on various topics, see angel and demon ; Bible ; biblical literature ; canon law ; creed ; Christology ; doctrine and dogma ; ecumenism ; eschatology ; exegesis ; faith ; grace ; heaven ; hell ; heresy ; Jesus Christ ; liturgical movement ; millennialism ; miracle ; monasticism ; monotheism ; New Testament ; Old Testament ; original sin ; papacy ; prayer ; priesthood ; purgatory ; sacrament ; salvation ; schism ; scripture ; theism ; theology ; and worship. Then came the invasion of the Lombardsand Rome had to take care of itself.

    Gregory Nazianzen, St. There are reasons to suppose that they were written within a few years of the crucifixion of Jesus and came from the Jerusalem Church. During this era, there were several Ecumenical Councils. When Emperor Justinian I conquered the Italian kingdom of the Ostrogoths he established an Imperial Exarchate in Ravennabut imperial influence was often limited. As their king, he would rule with justice. Early protest was against corruptions such as simonyepiscopal vacancies, and the sale of indulgences.

    Climate: Creating a classroom climate that is conducive to a respectful discussion of other people's beliefs. Familiarize yourself with the sacred texts of the major religions, and select passages for students to read and discuss. They have learned about them in devotional, not academic, settings. The teacher also plans to have a few other local religious leaders as guest speakers about other world history topics. Attempts at reconciliation were made in in Lyon and in in Basel but in each case the eastern hierarchs who agreed to the unions were repudiated by the Orthodox as a whole.


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