HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY
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|Bethlehem, where Jesus was born||Image sketches when Jesus was crucified along with two other criminals||Image during sacrament|
The History of the Christianity
We will tell you about the history of the christianity.
Christianity begins from the teaching of Jesus Christ as the main religion is prominent. Jesus was born in the city of Bethlehem in Palestine, which is about 4-8 years BC, during the period of Herod the king. Jesus was born from the womb of a virgin woman, Mary, who was pregnant by the Holy Spirit. during three years of Jesus preach and do miracles on many people, with the twelfth. Jesus died on the cross at the age of 33 years and rose from the grave on the third day after death and ascended to heaven.
After his death Jesus Christ, began to spread the teachings of Jesus everywhere, and as a result, the first Christian church, a number about three thousand people, was baptized. However, during the early-period, Christianity tends to be regarded as a threat to continue to be pursued and persecuted by the Roman government at that time.
At that time, a growing belief in Roman Paganism is, where there is the concept of 'logrolling direct'. However, with the incessant teachings of the apostles to spread Christianity, religion slowly begin to develop this amount, so that the Roman government threatened by the existence of the Christian religion. Roman is trying to press, and even prohibit Christianity, because at that time the Christians would not worship the Emperor, and this make the Roman power. In addition, the forecast-Paganism and the forecast period since the Republic has been used as instruments of propaganda and justification of all behavior of the ruler or the reasons for the failure of authorities, it is not effective with the presence of Christianity. So, in this time-period, many Christians who were killed as government efforts to quell the Roman Christianity. Major carrier in the Christian religion is the Apostle Paul, the most incentive to spread the teachings of Christianity to various corners of the world.