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The life of King David | Christianity Global

The life of King David | Christianity Global

Life of King David Life of King David: King David was the eighth son of Jesse. They belonged to the tribe of Judah. He was more than a musician. He was known for his touching psalms, illicit relations with Bathsheba, his passion for God, expertise in warfare, ancestral connection to Jesus and his good looks. He was a former shepherd…

Difference between Churches | Christianity Global

Difference between Churches | Christianity Global

Difference between Churches Difference between Churches. A widespread amount of Christians are living in different parts of the world, their beliefs and values differ from each other. There are certain differences between all sects of Christianity. A few contrasts are major while some are minor, for instance, whether a priest should have a beard or not, and how baptism is…

Thomas Aquinas Influence on Catholic Church

Thomas Aquinas Influence on Catholic Church

St. Thomas Aquinas was perhaps the most important figure of the Catholic Church during the Middle Ages. This lesson examines what he did to help protect the Church against a rebirth of critical thinking by using critical thinking to defend the Church. Who Was Thomas Aquinas? Have you ever had an argument with someone and ended up arguing on two…

Charlemagne Holy Roman Empire and Divine Right to Rule

Charlemagne Holy Roman Empire and Divine Right to Rule

Charlemagne Holy Roman Empire Introduction to Charlemagne Throughout history, many characters have been celebrated as larger than life. There’s Samson of the Bible, Joan of Arc of France, King Henry VIII of England, and of course, the star of our lesson, Charlemagne Holy Roman Empire, whose name actually means ‘Charles the Great.’ Born around the year 742, he began as Frankish…

St Augustine City of God | Christianity Global

St Augustine City of God | Christianity Global

St Augustine City of God St Augustine City Background St Augustine City of God Throughout time, there have been pieces of writing that captured the hearts and minds of generations. There’s Gone with the Wind, The Grapes of Wrath, and perhaps most famous, the Bible. Today, we’ll be discussing a famous work that in many ways has come to be a…

The Great Crusades: History and Timeline

The Great Crusades: History and Timeline

The Great Crusades The Failure of the Later Crusades The Great Crusades The First Crusade had accomplished a miracle of sorts. A few thousand knights had taken the Holy Land by storm and established a series of Crusader states. These were The County of Edessa, The County of Tripoli, The Principality of Antioch, and The Kingdom of Jerusalem. Yet, if…

Council of Trent: The Catholic Church Survives Reformation

Council of Trent: The Catholic Church Survives Reformation

The Protestant Reformation was a movement of Christians who disagreed with some of the teachings and actions of the Catholic Church. This article explores the effect of the Reformation on the Church. The Protestant Reformation The Protestant Reformation spread throughout Europe after Luther wrote his 95 theses on indulgences The Protestant Reformation was a movement against some of the beliefs of the…

The Conversion of Constantine and the Ascent of Christianity

The Conversion of Constantine and the Ascent of Christianity

Conversion of Constantine Conversion Experience Conversion of Constantine: There are moments in time that have changed the world, standing out as turning points in history. For the United States, there’s Lexington’s shot heard ’round the world; for Europe, the crowning of Charlemagne as Holy Roman Emperor. Although these events shaped continents, many historians give them a back seat to the…

Paul and the Early Church Fathers | Christianity Global

Paul and the Early Church Fathers | Christianity Global

Early Church Fathers Definition of Terms Today’s lesson will discuss the Apostle Paul and the 12 disciples of Jesus Christ, known to history as the early Church Fathers. In doing this, we’ll be relying heavily on the Christian Bible. We’ll specifically be using the Gospels, or the first four books of the New Testament, as they are the main source on…

Christianity Basic Beliefs | Christianity Global

Christianity Basic Beliefs | Christianity Global

Christianity Basic Beliefs Christianity Basic Beliefs that Jesus Christ was the Son of God — fully human and fully divine — and that through believing in him and following his teachings they can inherit eternal life. How did Christianity begin? Christianity traces its start to the miraculous arrival, senior ministry, death and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth, called Jesus Christ.…

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