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the capital of Israel during the 900s B.C.
Jerusalem
early Christain leader who helped set up churchs and spread the message of Jesus
apostle
a small town in Galilee, it was the home of Jesus
Nazareth
the act of being saved from sin and allowed to enter through
salvation
Constantine's successor, he made Christianity Roma's offical religion in A.D. 392 and outlawed other religions.
Theodosius
to mistreat a person because of his or her beliefs
persecute
another important Christain leader from the city of tarsus in Asia Minor; he was an educated Jew and Roman citizen who, at first, persecuted Christains but later convented to Christianity; he spread the word of Jesus to the non-Jews, or Getiles
Paul
in Judaism, a deliverer sent by God
messiah
close follower of Jesus
disciple
story that uses events from everyday life to express spirtual ideas
parable
the act of rising from the dead
resurrection
person willing to die rather than give up his or her beliefs
martyr
offical church training
doctrine
the bishop of Rome; later the head of the Roman Catholic Church
pope
king of the Franks, a Germanic people, in A.D. 800; he was guven the title of emporer by the pope because he helped defend Italy when it was invaded
Charlemagne
a priest who brought Christianity to Ireland in the A.D. 400's
Patrick
person who opposed the use of idols in Byzantine churchs, saying that icons encouraged the worship of idols
iconoclast
to declare that a person or group no longer belongs to a church
excommunicate
seperation
schism
religious community where monks live and work
monastery