'Official religion' presentation slideshows

Official religion - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


The Roman Empire 27BC-476AD

The Roman Empire 27BC-476AD

The Roman Empire 27BC-476AD. Economic Causes Heavy taxes. Population decline. Social Causes Erosion of traditional values. Self-serving upper class. “Bread and circuses”. Political Causes Oppressive government. Corrupt officials. Divided empire. Military Causes

By MartaAdara
(541 views)

Federal Government 2305

Federal Government 2305

Federal Government 2305. Unit 11 Civil Liberties. Civil Liberties. Civil Liberties = The rights and freedoms protecting the people from government. Civil Liberties: Religious Displays. Civil Liberties: School Prayer. Civil Liberties: Pledge of Allegiance.

By arleen
(523 views)

Centralist Mexico

Centralist Mexico

Mexico won its freedom from Spain in 1821, but it created a “ Central Government .” The main government had all of the power. States could not make any decisions. Mexican citizens got tired of: the bad economy not having any say in government policies

By Mia_John
(566 views)

The Roman Empire 27BC-476AD

The Roman Empire 27BC-476AD

The Roman Empire 27BC-476AD. Economic Causes Heavy taxes. Population decline. Social Causes Erosion of traditional values. Self-serving upper class. “Bread and circuses”. Political Causes Oppressive government. Corrupt officials. Divided empire. Military Causes

By Faraday
(1100 views)

By Maddie Fuller Karly Drolson & Dakota Murray

By Maddie Fuller Karly Drolson & Dakota Murray

Mansa Musa Chapter 6 Section 2. By Maddie Fuller Karly Drolson & Dakota Murray. Mansa Musa Mali’s most famous king A Muslim Under rule Mali reached wealth, power, & fame Islam spread Ruled for 25 years. Conquered trade cities Timbuktu Gao Djenne Became part of Mali’s empire. Mecca

By scott
(285 views)

Politics, Religion, and War

Politics, Religion, and War

Politics, Religion, and War. The origins of difficulties in France. By 1500, France was recovering from plague and disorder, and the nobility began to lose power.

By naava
(229 views)

2 nd Century: Rival Religions

2 nd Century: Rival Religions

2 nd Century: Rival Religions. Proto-Orthodox Marcionites Ebionites Gnostics. Pre-70 CE. Non-Jewish Religions: Mithras, Isis, Dionysus. Sadducees, Essenes, Zealots, Pharisees, John the Baptist, Jesus. Jesus Movement. Christ Movement. Christ Movement. Post - 70 CE.

By amberly
(247 views)

Teaching at Wuhan University / HOPE School of Nursing

Teaching at Wuhan University / HOPE School of Nursing

Teaching at Wuhan University / HOPE School of Nursing. Introduction.

By polly
(206 views)

Early Middle Ages

Early Middle Ages

Islam Faith Expansion Christian Church Early History Gregory VII Crusades Why? What?. Key Terms Popes & Papal Primacy Jerusalem Pope Urban II Indulgences. Early Middle Ages. Justinian. Established Code of Justinian. He reunified most of the old Roman empire.

By mauve
(173 views)

Learning Targets for the Day

Learning Targets for the Day

Learning Targets for the Day. I CAN identify notable people & important events during the Byzantine Empire I CAN understand how Byzantine Empire change the world through its contributions. The Byzantine Empire: The New Rome. World History. TRIVIA.

By love
(115 views)

The French Revolution

The French Revolution

The French Revolution. Mr. Simmons World History. Background to Revolution. French society based on inequality and feudalism. The Three Estates 1 st Estate – clergy, exempt from taxes 2 nd Estate – nobles, leading positions in state, wanted to increase power at expense to monarchy

By nhi
(129 views)

Strict vs. Loose Interpretation

Strict vs. Loose Interpretation

Strict vs. Loose Interpretation. First Amendment “Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion.” (i.e. They cannot make an official religion)

By oceana
(625 views)

William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare. London, Theatre and His Life. 4 Basic Forms of Plays. History only deals with English histories not always tragic Comedy Love, sex, relationship between people of the same age genre. Four Basic Forms of Plays. Tragedy Death, darkness and foreshadowing

By kolya
(180 views)

A Brief History of Christianity

A Brief History of Christianity

A Brief History of Christianity. Roots of Christianity in Judaism. ~ AD 6 Augustus took over Judah – renamed it Judea (it is the mountainous southern part of Palestine). Roots of Christianity in Judaism. Jews were allowed to practice their religion but were treated cruelly by Romans

By oshin
(151 views)

SECTION 3,4,& 5

SECTION 3,4,& 5

SECTION 3,4,& 5. GOVERNANCE & POLICY-MAKING REPRESENTATION & PARTICIPATION IRANIAN POLITICS IN TRANSITION. Islamic Revolution of 1979. Overthrew the Shah Declared Shi’a Islam as Iran’s official religion Set up a hybrid government- Islamic theocracy and democracy

By kiara
(96 views)

A History of Confirmation Parallels & Precedents

A History of Confirmation Parallels & Precedents

A History of Confirmation Parallels & Precedents . An initiation ritual signifying and effecting full membership in the church Characterized by confusion Initiation for infants and adult converts It is given only once Seal of the Holy Spirit Intensification for children and adolescents

By donar
(167 views)

The Nazis and the Churches

The Nazis and the Churches

The Nazis and the Churches. www.educationforum.co.uk. The New Christianity... 100% Aryan Daily Mirror 1941. Ideological Tensions. The Nazis tended to see Christianity as tainted by Judaism – a product of Jewish culture Hitler is quoted in 1933 as promising ‘to stamp out Christianity’

By brayton
(119 views)

The Han Dynasty

The Han Dynasty

The Han Dynasty. The Han Dynasty. The Han Dynasty lasted over 400 years from 206 B.C. to 220 A.D. Han Contributions. The Han were great inventors. They invented many new technologies. In 132 AD, a Han inventor invented the world’s first seismograph, an instrument that measures earthquakes.

By ostinmannual
(127 views)

Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H. S. Chappaqua, NY

Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H. S. Chappaqua, NY

The Wars of Religion (1560s-1648). Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H. S. Chappaqua, NY. Civil War In France (1562-1598). The Valois Family: The Beginning of the End. Henri II was the last powerful Valois Three weak sons followed: Francis II Charles IX Henri III

By bernad
(162 views)

The Explosive Growth of the Early Church

The Explosive Growth of the Early Church

The Explosive Growth of the Early Church. Reasons for Explosive Evangelism. We are commanded by Jesus in the Great Commission to “go ye therefore and teach all nations” (Matt. 28:19-20, KJV)

By arleen
(201 views)

View Official religion PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Official religion PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Official religion presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.