Monotheistic Religions

Yvonne Brazier
Mind Map by Yvonne Brazier, updated more than 1 year ago
Yvonne Brazier
Created by Yvonne Brazier over 4 years ago
24
0

Description

Monotheistic religions of Judaism and Christianity

Resource summary

Monotheistic Religions
  1. Abraham
    1. Abraham made a covenant with God.
      1. God promised to make Abram the father of a great nation of people.
        1. He introduced the belief of a single God.
        2. Moses
          1. Moses led the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt
            1. God gave Moses the 10 commanments
              1. Moses gave Judaism some of its most fundamental laws and teachings
              2. King David and Solomon
                1. King Solomon is the son of King David
                  1. They built Israel and the first temple.
                    1. When King David was little he killed the giant Goliath with a sling shot
                      1. They made major contributions to Judaism
                        1. King David made Jerusalem the holy city
                          1. Solomon built the great First Temple
                        2. The Torah
                          1. Has written records and teachings of Jews
                          2. Monotheistic Religion
                            1. Christianity
                              1. Jesus
                                1. He was born around 6 B.C.E.
                                  1. Jesus began preaching in Galilee, an area in present-day Israel.
                                    1. His disciples were mostly commeners
                                      1. He liked to teach through parables which are short stories
                                      2. His crusification and ressurection
                                        1. The Romans feared he might start a revolt because he had so many followers
                                          1. They nailed him to a cross and left him to die. Three days later he rose from the dead.
                                      3. Paul The Missionary
                                        1. People that were Jews transfered to Christianity.
                                          1. Paul was devoted to spreading the things Jesus taught
                                            1. For 2 years he traveled around and spread christianity. He made new churches and converted people.
                                          2. Christianity Spreads
                                            1. By around 60 C.E, Christianity was being noticed by the Romans and the Romans made it illegal because Christians refused to worship other gods and they didn't want to fight in the war.
                                              1. Because Christians didn't want to worship the other Roman's gods, they were sentenced to be crucified, or burned alive, or be eaten alive.
                                              2. They gained new followers by facing death bravely and they offered people in the empire purpose and hope.
                                                1. In 300 C.E, there were millions of Christians resided in the Roman areas like Europe, North Africa, and western Asia.
                                                2. In 313 C.E., Constantine announced the Edict of Milan in which he made Christianity not illegal so they could practice their religion openly.
                                                  1. In 380, Christianity was the official religion of the Roman Empire..
                                                3. Gospels
                                                  1. Gospel Luke describes his birth
                                                    1. Jesus's mother Mary was told my an angel to have a child and name him Jesus
                                                      1. Emperor Augustus ordered a head count of all the people in the Empire. Everyone was supposed to go back to where they were born. Mary's husband, a carpenter named Joseph, went from Nazareth to his hometown of Bethlehem, in the territory of Judea. Mary went with him and gave birth to Jesus there in Bethlehem.
                                                Show full summary Hide full summary

                                                Similar

                                                History of Medicine: Ancient Ideas
                                                James McConnell
                                                Weimar Revision
                                                Tom Mitchell
                                                GCSE History – Social Impact of the Nazi State in 1945
                                                Ben C
                                                Conferences of the Cold War
                                                Alina A
                                                Using GoConqr to study History
                                                Sarah Egan
                                                Hitler and the Nazi Party (1919-23)
                                                Adam Collinge
                                                Bay of Pigs Invasion : April 1961
                                                Alina A
                                                The Berlin Crisis
                                                Alina A
                                                Germany 1918-39
                                                Cam Burke
                                                History- Medicine through time key figures
                                                gemma.bell
                                                The Weimar Republic, 1919-1929
                                                shann.w