Christianity: From Judaism To Jesus

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Christianity: From Judaism to Jesus Christianity began a long, long time ago. The people who became the Jews were not any big important group of people. In fact, they were very poor, and a regular tribe. The main person who started practicing Judaism was Abraham or Abram. God came to Abraham when he was Ninety years old and nine, as recorded in Genesis 17. God made a covenant with him, and promised him many things. He promised to make him the father of many nations, that he will have children, and that his descendants will number the stars. But God required for him and everyone else to become circumcised. Later, God creates ten commandments for the Hebrews to follow. Throughout the next few hundred or thousand years, God sends the Jews into …show more content…
Jesus was a teacher that wanted the Jews to go back to their roots, he taught mostly those who were poor, and he performed many miracles. He spread his message of peace, and love throughout Judea and he gained a small but very loyal group of followers. His views such as it is easier for a camel to enter the eye of a needle than a rich man to go to heaven made those who were rich, and powerful mainly the Pharisees feel very threated. Later, the Romans executed Jesus because he was a disruption to the cities. Many ask how did his views impacted the world forever and how they were able to spread from Judea to all over the …show more content…
He went way past Jesus who only preached to Jews, but he preached to everyone. One day while he was preaching in the Province of Asia, some Jews saw him and called a huge crow to seize him and they wanted to kill him. A few Roman soldiers came over and the rioters came off of him, and the soldiers arrested Paul. A long trial happened, Pharisees wanted him dead, but he was a Roman citizen. After a plot to kill him, Paul transferred and had a trail before Felix, a courtier. In the end Paul was put in prison. But Paul was far from done, he wrote 13 letter that later went into the Bible. He encouraged people from different cities, and countries, he said things like be friends with Gentiles, to remember that when they die if they were born again they would have a seat next to

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