Vocabulary Birth and Writings of Jesus Jesus' Teachings Crucifixion and Resurrection Missionary Work of Paul & Persecution and Triumph

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What is a missionary?
Someone who tries to persuade other to believe in his or her religious teachings.

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What is baptize?
A ritual by which a person is welcomed into a religion.

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What is a disciple?
A person who helps spread the religious teachings of another.

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What is to celebrate the religious festival of Passover?
This is why Jesus went to Jerusalem.

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What is admit the emperor was a god and worship the other Roman gods?
These are two things Christians refused to do regarding Rome's religion.

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What is parable?
A simple story that explains a moral or religious lesson.

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What is gospel?
An account of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.

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What is people would live according to God's will - everyone would know God's love?
Jesus preached the the Kingdom of God would be like this.

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What is when Jesus drove traders from the temple?
This bold act of Jesus' shocked and angered temple priests.

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What is make it easier for people to become Christians?
Paul/Saul made it his mission to do this.

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What is Christianity?
The religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.

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What is Messiah?
A savior that many Jews believed had been promised by God.

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What is false? He never preached to revolt against the Romans
Jesus preached to revolt against the Romans. (true or false)

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Who is Judas?
This disciple of Jesus betrayed him.

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What is crucifixion, burned, fighting wild animals in the arena?
Name two punishments Christians faced for practicing their religion.

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Who is Jesus Christ?
A man who lived from about 6 BCE to 27 CE and upon whose life and teachings Christianity is based.

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What is mercy and love?
What Jesus preached about.

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What is 30-70 years?
The gospels were written down this long after Jesus died.

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What is crucifixion (hang from a cross to die)?
Roman rulers thought Jesus was a threat to Rome and ordered that he die this way.

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What is they threaten Roman traditions/Emperor wouldn't approve (or something similar)?
This is how a Roman would feel about Paul's teachings.

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What is prefect?
A high official in ancient Rome.

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What is there were no historians to write about his life/he lived in a far-off territory of Judea/his followers wrote about him later?
This is why there are so few records about Jesus' life.

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What is Judea?
This is the birthplace of Christianity. It was once part of the ancient kingdom of Israel.

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What is Resurrection?
The gospels say that Jesus rose from the dead. It is referred to as this.

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What is glad that he spread the work of Jesus/Christianity (or something similar)?
This is how a Christian would feel about Paul's teachings.

Chapter 36 - The Origins and Spread of Christianity

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