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4 BCE
Birth of Jesus
30 CE
Death of Jesus
50 CE
Earliest writings of Paul
65 CE
Death of Apostle Paul
65-70 CE
Writing of the Gospel of Mark
50 - 125 CE
Writings of the New Testament
313 CE
Constantine ends legal persecution of Christians
325 CE
1st Council of Nicaea
4th / 5th C
Augustine, leading theologian
1054
East/West Schism
1096 - 1099
First Crusade
13th C
Thomas Aquinas
1517
Luther's 95 Theses
16th C
John Calvin
1545 - 1563
Council of Trent
1869-1870
1st Vatican Council
1962-1965
2nd Vatican Council
Doctrine
items of correct belief
Theology
study of God; God's relationship to the universe; religious doctrine
Revelation
what God reveals about himself, the universe, salvation
Sin
not following the law; not doing what God wants; doing wrong; being less than perfect
Faith
belief/trust
Grace
undeserved favor
Sacrament
a physical act which leads to participation in the sacred
Pharisees
strict keeping of the law; attention to detail; Rabbis/synagogue popular; liberal in the sense that they added to the Torah
Sadducees
priests/temple; political, liberal, compromise with authority, no miracles or resurrection; only thought first 5 books to be in the scripture
Zealots
militants/terrorists
Importance of food/eating
emphasizes Jesus being with the people, different than other leaders
Canon
official scriptures - decided 100s of years later
Council of Nicaea
discussed idea of trinity; relationship between Jesus, Son, Father - different persons but the same essence