Ch 13: The Rise of Christianity: Homework Help

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The Rise of Christianity chapter of this High School World History Homework Help course helps students complete their rise of Christianity homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

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  • Identify which concepts are covered on your rise of Christianity homework.
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Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • Roots of Christianity
  • Jesus of Nazareth's teachings
  • Judaism and Christianity in the Roman Empire
  • Romans forcing of Jewish people to leave Jerusalem
  • Roman acceptance of Christianity
  • Conversion of Constantine
  • Early Christian Church's ties to Judaism
  • Pope in early Christianity
  • Byzantine church

9 Lessons in Chapter 13: The Rise of Christianity: Homework Help
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The Conversion of Constantine and the Ascent of Christianity

1. The Conversion of Constantine and the Ascent of Christianity

This lesson will explain the conversion of Constantine and the ascent of Christianity. In doing this, it will highlight the Edict of Milan and the famous Council of Nicaea.

The Early Christian Church and Its Ties to Judaism

2. The Early Christian Church and Its Ties to Judaism

This lesson will explore the early Christian Church and its close connection to Judaism. It will highlight the similarities of these two faiths in reference to the Holy Scriptures while also exploring their disagreement over the person of Jesus Christ.

Jesus of Nazareth: Events, Life & Teachings

3. Jesus of Nazareth: Events, Life & Teachings

In this lesson, we explore the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, explain a few of the problems with arriving at a clear picture of Jesus, and discuss the facts as we know them.

Roman Expulsion of Judaism: Factors, Background, & Events

4. Roman Expulsion of Judaism: Factors, Background, & Events

In this lesson, we explore what life was like for Jews during the early era of the Roman Empire, leading up to the first century expulsion of the Jews from Rome.

The Pope in Early Christianity

5. The Pope in Early Christianity

In this lesson, we explore the gradual transformation of the early Christian church in Rome, and specifically its bishop, into the incredibly powerful papacy of today.

The Byzantine Church: Characteristics, Empire & Icons

6. The Byzantine Church: Characteristics, Empire & Icons

In this lesson, we explore the Christian Church in the Byzantine Empire, and the history of the issues the bishop in Constantinople had with other Christian bishops, especially in Rome.

George Whitefield: Sermons & Role in the Great Awakening

7. George Whitefield: Sermons & Role in the Great Awakening

George Whitefield was a preacher and public figure who led many revival meetings both in England and the American colonies. He became a religious icon who spread a message of personal salvation and a more democratic Christianity.

Growth of Early Christianity in Rome

8. Growth of Early Christianity in Rome

In this lesson, we explore the experiences of early Christians under the Roman Empire, from their early periods of toleration and persecution to the conversion of Emperor Constantine.

Jerry Falwell: Quotes & Biography

9. Jerry Falwell: Quotes & Biography

Few public figures elicited stronger responses from the media than the Reverend Jerry Falwell. Founder of both the Moral Majority and Liberty University, Rev. Falwell was a pastor and evangelist who was most active during the 1980's and the presidential administration of Ronald Reagan. Read on to learn more about this controversial figure.

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