World History Chapter 6 Sections 4 and 532 cards

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Christianity is rooted in the beliefs and customs of...

Jesus and his early followers Judaism


3

Who were the Zealots?

a group of Jews that wanted to re-establish the Kingdom of Israel by driving the Romans out of Judea

4

How did the Romans respond to the mass uprisings encouraged by the Zealots?

Sacked Jerusalem Killed Thousands of Jews Destroyed the Second Temple Banned Jews from Jerusalem


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Who emerges as a spiritual leader and what was his message?

Jesus of Nazareth To seek forgiveness


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What two books make up the Christian Bible?

The Hebrew Bible The New Testament

9

How does Jesus of Nazareth gain popularity?

Performing miracles of healing His growing group of disciples Defending the poor and oppressed Preached a message of redemption and warning

10

How do the Romans respond to Jesus of Nazareth?

Arrested, tried, and sentenced him to death

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Who were the earliest Christian missionaries?

The apostles The 12 disciples chosen by Jesus


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How does Paul separate Christianity from Judaism?

Helps convert non-Jews Removed some Jewish laws and added some new doctrines



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Who are martyrs?

People who die for their faith

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What hastens the spread of Christianity?

The conversion of the emperor Constantine


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What does Emperor Theodosius do in the year 391?

Outlawed public non-Christian sacrifices and religious ceremonies






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What things did Diocletian do to slow the empire's decline?

Changed the empire to a monarchy Divided the empire in two Forced Roman society into a rigid order Increased the army

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How did Diocletian change the imperial empire?

Geared commercial and manufacturing activities toward the needs of imperial defense New tax system


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Why does Constantine make his capital in Constantinople?

Because the eastern half was richer and better defended