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Christian History of Jerusalem. Most Sacred place on earth for Christians Church of the Holy Sepulcher, built by Constantine’s mother Place of the crucifixion of Jesus Burial place of Jesus Jerusalem had been in Christian Hands for 300 years. Holy Sepulcher Church.

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Christian history of jerusalem

Christian History of Jerusalem

Most Sacred place on earth for Christians

Church of the Holy Sepulcher, built by Constantine’s mother

Place of the crucifixion of Jesus

Burial place of Jesus

Jerusalem had been in Christian Hands for 300 years.



Roman catholic vs eastern orthodox
Roman Catholicvs.Eastern Orthodox

  • East and West had a difference of opinion and caused a religious split

  • Roman Catholics follow the Pope

  • Eastern Orthodox=“correct belief” and does not follow the Pope, but the Emperor of Byzantine who was considered divinely inspired and therefore, never wrong


Justinian
Justinian

  • Byzantine Emperor from 527-565 A.D.

  • Tried to re-conquer Roman Empire to the West

  • Had laws simplified and written down (Justinian Code)

  • Massive building program in Constantinople

  • Justinian Code and building program had long-lasting positive effects

  • Wars for the West wasted lots of money and lost many men


Muslim history of jerusalem
Muslim History of Jerusalem

  • Most sacred place on earth for the Muslims

  • Place of the ascension of Mohammad into paradise

  • Rock of ascension found in 637 A.D. covered in garbage and dung made Muslim’s furious

  • Muslim’s swore they would slain Christian’s on this spot for disrespect


Key muslim terms
Key Muslim Terms

  • Islam

  • Muslim

  • Koran

  • Mecca

  • 5 Pillars

  • Jihad


Islam muslim
Islam & Muslim

  • Islam: “surrender to God”

  • Muslim: “the surrendering ones”


The koran
The Koran

  • The book of Mohammad’s words written down after his death

  • Written in Arabic and ONLY Arabic version considered to be word of God

  • Arabic is the ONLY language used in Muslim worship



Mecca
Mecca

  • City on Saudi Arabia

  • Birthplace of Mohammad in 570 A.D.


5 pillars of islam
5 Pillars of Islam

  • Faith

  • Prayer

  • Alms

  • Fasting

  • Pilgrimage


Faith

Faith

Must make this statement,

“I testify there is no god but God, and Muhammad is his prophet.”


Prayer
Prayer

  • Must pray 5 times a day.

  • Remove shoes

  • Turn to Mecca

  • Kneel with forehead on the ground

  • Recite a formal prayer


Alms

  • Must give a portion of wealth to help the needy

  • Same idea as Tithing (as practiced in the Christian and Jewish faiths)


Fasting
Fasting

  • During month of Ramadan, followers expected to fast from sunrise to sunset.

  • Then a family dinner would occur at sunset.


Pilgrimage
Pilgrimage

  • Once in a lifetime, those who could afford to, were expected to make a pilgrimage to Mecca.


Jihad
Jihad

  • War for God is just

  • If killed during a Jihad, you receive immediate entry to paradise



Arab rule
Arab Rule

  • Arab Rulers were tolerant

  • All non-Muslims had 3 choices

    • Convert to Islam

    • Pay a reasonable tax

    • Die


2 class system
2 Class System

  • Mohammad preached that ALL Muslims were equal, but…

  • A 2 class system emerged

  • Upper Class= Arab Muslims

  • Lower Class= non-Arab Muslims

  • Christians and Jews ranked below both, but not treated too differently b/c they were monotheists


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