Why is he called christ
What is Christianity
Birth Place: Israel, Bethlehem
Parents: Mary and Joseph
Growing Popularity of teachings caused problems in Jerusalem among Jewish top priest
Roman governor- Pontius pilot believed Jesus and followers challenged the authority of Rome
Jesus was arrested and sentenced to death challenged the authority of Rome
J challenged the authority of Romeesus was beaten by the roman soldiers
After he had to carry the crossbeam along public roads to the place of execution.
Jesus was then crucified challenged the authority of Rome
They put Jesus' body in this tomb challenged the authority of Rome
3 days later his body was gone from the tomb challenged the authority of Rome
Some believe his body was resurrected and went to heaven
Apostle Paul spread the teachings of Christianity challenged the authority of Rome
throughout the roman empire
having never met Jesus
The Jews and Christians refused to worship the roman gods challenged the authority of Rome
The ones who chose to do so were persecuted, crucified, burned, enslaved, or sent to the Colosseum
CHRISTIANITY burned, enslaved, or sent to the Colosseum
Following his death, Christians believe that he rose from the grave and returned to the earth, appearing to his followers and telling them of the kingdom of God to which he was going. He also promised his disciples that he would return one day to bring all believers with him to that kingdom, to enjoy eternal life in the presence of God.
Bible burned, enslaved, or sent to the Colosseum
Bible is the final revelations of God. The bible consists of The Old Testament (books written prior to Jesus) and The New Testament (books relate and life of Jesus).
Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit)
Trinity consists of three persons. Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit are considered to be an essence of the God
Christians believe that there is only one God
Death and Resurrection of Jesus burned, enslaved, or sent to the Colosseum
Jesus was crucified on the cross. Christians believe that Jesus died for the sins of people. He was resurrected the following Sunday.
'The Son of Man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men, be crucified and on the third day be raised again." (Luke 24:7)
Return of Jesus burned, enslaved, or sent to the Colosseum
Bible also proclaims that the Jesus will return to judge the living and the dead. Matthew (24:30) says , “At that time the sign of the Son of Man will appear in the sky, and all the nations of the earth will mourn. They will see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of the sky, with power and great glory.”
Those who believe burned, enslaved, or sent to the Colosseum
Salvation and Punishment
Christians believe in the life after death. Those who believe in Jesus will be forgiven and saved, where as, the unbelievers would face eternal punishment.
Hope you Choose to Believe in God! burned, enslaved, or sent to the Colosseum