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- Discuss the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth.
- Explain what led the Romans to force the Jews to flee Jerusalem.
- Learn how Christianity became the official religion of Rome.
- Understand Christianity's early ties to Judaism.
- Describe the Pope's role in early Christianity.
- List the characteristics of the Byzantine church.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
6. Christianity in Europe: History, Spread & Decline
Within only a few years of its establishment, Christianity soon found fertile ground to grow in Europe. For almost 2,000 years it would flourish, only rarely challenged by outside beliefs, until new influences, especially from within, slowly caused a decline.
7. 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.
8. Julian of Norwich: Summary & Quotes
In this lesson, you'll learn about Julian of Norwich, the first published English woman writer. Her book, 'Revelations of Divine Love,' published in about 1393, was based on visions she received from God upon her recovery from a near-fatal illness.
9. 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.
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