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World History Chapter 6 Sections 4 and 532 cards
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Jesus and his early followers Judaism
In__, Rome conquers Judea and chose a new ruler as king. What were the conditions under which the Romans allowed Jews to practice their religion?
63 BCE Paid their tributes Maintained civil order
a group of Jews that wanted to re-establish the Kingdom of Israel by driving the Romans out of Judea
Sacked Jerusalem Killed Thousands of Jews Destroyed the Second Temple Banned Jews from Jerusalem
Instead of resorting to violence, some Jews preferred to wait for the coming of the Messiah. According to the prophecy, who was the Messiah and what would he do?
A spiritual leader Restore the ancient kingdom and bring peace to the world
Jesus of Nazareth To seek forgiveness
The Hebrew Bible The New Testament
Performing miracles of healing His growing group of disciples Defending the poor and oppressed Preached a message of redemption and warning
Arrested, tried, and sentenced him to death
The apostles The 12 disciples chosen by Jesus
Helps convert non-Jews Removed some Jewish laws and added some new doctrines
The message Roman's tolerance
Arrested and killed
People who die for their faith
The conversion of the emperor Constantine
The Edict of Milan
Outlawed public non-Christian sacrifices and religious ceremonies
What problems did the increasing threat of invasion by tribal peoples along both the eastern and western frontiers create for the empire?
An increased army Empire becomes a military dictatorship Economic crisis
Changed the empire to a monarchy Divided the empire in two Forced Roman society into a rigid order Increased the army
Geared commercial and manufacturing activities toward the needs of imperial defense New tax system
Constantine comes to power in__. What two decisions would profoundly affect the direction of the empire?
312 CE Supported Christianity Built a new capital
Because the eastern half was richer and better defended
The Byzantine Empire
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