Christian and New years

The history of Christianity is inseparable from the history of the Christian church which brought the teachings of Christianity, nurtured its adherents and witnessed the development of work that had been carried out for two thousand years, from the first century AD, from the land of Israel to Europe, America and the whole world, including Indonesia. The history of the church is very interesting to observe, influenced by church figures that are not counted in many ways, and also cause events that change the flow of world history. The most important dates in the history of church and Christian and New years can be seen in the sub-section of this article.

Christian and New years emerged from the Levant region (now Palestine and Israel) starting in the middle of the first century AD. Originally Christianity began in the city of Jerusalem and began to spread to the Near East, including Syria, Assyria, Mesopotamia, Phenicia, Asia Minor, Jordan and Egypt. About 15 years after Christianity began to enter Southern Europe and develop there. Meanwhile, there is also a spread in North Africa and South Asia and Eastern Europe. In the 4th century Christianity was made the state religion by the Arsakid Dynasty in Armenia in 301, “Caucasian Iberia” (or Republic of Georgia) in 319, [1] [2] the Aksum Empire in Ethiopia in 325, [3] [ 4] and the Roman Empire in 380 AD

Christian and New years

Christianity became common to all Europe in the Middle Ages and expanded throughout the world during the Exploration Period of European countries from the Renaissance to the largest religion in the world. [5] There are now more than 2 billion Christian and New years, that is, one third of the world’s people. [6] Christianity was divided into the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church in East-West Schism or the Great Schism in 1054. The Protestant Reformation divided the Roman Catholic Church into various Christian denominations.

Table of contents about Christian and New years:

1 Life of Jesus
2 The early church
3 Church under the Roman Empire
4 Churches in the Middle Ages
5 Churches at the beginning of Europe
6 Famous church historians
7 References
8 Additional reading
9 Protestant Reformation in Europe
10 famous church historians
11 References
12 Additional reading about Christian and New years
13 Churches in the Age of Exploration and Ages of Information
14 Famous church historians
15 References
16 Additional reading
17 Modern Church
18 Churches in Indonesia
19 See also
20 References
21 Additional library
22 External links

“Crucifixion of Christ”, by Diego Velázquez. Birth, service, death, resurrection, and Jesus’ ascension to heaven are the essence of Christian belief. The main article for this section is: Jesus
See also: Jesus’ ministry, the chronology of Jesus, and the Apostolic Creed
This period began from the birth of Jesus to the death and resurrection of Jesus, approximately from 4 BC to 33 AD for Christian and New years, and than Jesus Christ was born around 4 BC in Bethlehem, Judea, and grew up in the city of Nazareth, Galilee. [7] After he was around thirty years of age, Jesus’ ministry began for more than three years including recruiting the twelve apostles, performing miracles, casting out demons, healing sick people, and raising the dead. Jesus died being punished by being crucified because of the incitement of Jewish religious leaders who did not like the teachings of Jesus which were considered contrary to their teachings. He was crucified on the Golgotha Hill, Jerusalem between 29-33 AD at the behest of the Governor of the Roman Judean Province, Pontius Pilate. [8] After being crucified to death, Jesus was buried in a stone cave. Christians believe that Jesus rose from the dead on the third day after His death and appeared to more than five hundred eyewitnesses. Forty days later he ascended to heaven witnessed by many people. Christians also believe that fearful Jewish priests bribed the grave guards to spread false news that Jesus did not rise but his body was stolen by his students. [9] These five things in the life of Jesus Christ (birth, service, death, resurrection, ascension to heaven) are the essence of Christianity.

The main information about the life of Jesus comes from the four gospels and the writings of Paul and other Jesus disciples who are collectively called the New Testament books.

The early church
! Main article for this section: First Church
The church began 50 days after Jesus’ resurrection (around 30-34 AD). Jesus had promised that He would establish His church (Matthew 16:18), and with the coming of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost (Acts 2: 1-4), “the Church” (“collection called out”) officially began. Three thousand people received Simon Peter’s sermon that day and chose to follow Christ by being baptized. [10]

The first converts to Christianity were Jews or adherents of Judaism, and the church, namely the fellowship of those who claimed to be the Lordship of Jesus, centered in Jerusalem. Therefore Christianity was initially seen as a sect