Christianity in Asia

  • May 17, 1001

    Christianity impact on lives

    Christianity gave human rights such as having the concept of universal human rights and equality from the Bible idea that all people are created from an image of God.
  • Apr 23, 1025

    The 12 Apostles

    The 12 Apostles
    Jesus main followers are these 12 Apostles. When Jesus dies on the crucifix, they were responsible to spread Christianity to the rest of the world.
  • Apr 25, 1027

    Jesus begins Ministry

    Jesus began his ministry when he was about 30 years old. Jesus died, rose and ascended into heaven about the age of 33.
  • Jun 22, 1030

    Pentecost: The Birth of the Church

    After Jesus resurrected he appeared to his disciples and instructed them for 40 days after when he ascended to heaven, and this happen at 30 A.D.
  • Dec 25, 1033

    Founder of Christianity

    Founder of Christianity
    The founder of Christianity is Jesus of Nazareth and he was born 2000 years before Bethlehem or in 4 B.C. The origin of Christianity is in Palestine. Christianity was formed in the year 33 A.D.
  • Apr 25, 1046

    Paul's first missionary journey

    Paul's first missonary journey was the shortest, in time and distance, a very significant development in the history of the new Christian church.
  • Sep 28, 1049

    Paul's second missionary journey

    The second journey began on unfortunate circumstance. Paul's secondary missonary began about 49 A.D. He did not return for 3 years until he was 52 years old.
  • Jun 8, 1059

    Paul imprisoned in Rome

    Paul brought an amazing series of events to Rome. When Paul wrote to the saints in Rome from Greece during his third missonary journey he expressed an intense longing to visit these Chrisitans.
  • Apr 25, 1090

    John exiled on island of Patmos

    John was the brother of the apostle James. His mother's name was Salome who is believed to be a sister of Jesus' mother Mary. The apostle John rose to a position of influence within world-wide Christianity.
  • Apr 25, 1202

    Christians persecuted under Septimus Severus

    In the early third century, during the reign of Septimis Severus, Eygpt and Africa became a hotbed of persecution and martyrdom.
  • Jan 25, 1249

    Cyprian's Unity of the Catholic Church

    In 249, the Empire launched an eleven year assault on the church, its most savage at this point. The suffering of the Church had some unexpected repercussions. Thousands died heroically for their faith, many Christians broke down and sacrificed for their gods.
  • Feb 27, 1272

    Death of Constantine

    Constantine was the first Roman emperor to support Christianity and become a Christian. From the time of Constantine, Christianity became an accepted Roman religion, and setback when his nephew Julian tried to reinstate the old Roman polytheistic beliefs.
  • Apr 23, 1300

    The Spread of Christianity

    The Spread of Christianity
    By 300 C.E, Christianity became the accepted religion of Rome, which started to spread throughtout the empire. With the founding of the New World, Christianity began to spread beyond Europe and Asia. By the 1900s, Christianity has been spread to every continent in the world.
  • Nov 13, 1354

    Birth of Augustine

    Birth of Augustine
    St. Augustine was born on November 13, 354 A.D. St. Augustine is one of the four great fathers of the Latin Church. His father, Patricius, was a burgess of Tagaste and still a pagan at the time of his son's birth.
  • Apr 25, 1379

    Basil the Great dies

    St. Basil died at 379 St. Basil was born at Caesarea of Cappadocia in 330. He was one of ten children of St. Basil the Elder and St. Emmelia.Several of his brothers and sisters were honored among saints.
  • Apr 25, 1381

    Council of Constantinople

    Council of Constantinople was the second council of the Chrisitan church, summoned by the emperor Theodosius I and meeting in Constantinople.
  • Apr 25, 1389

    Gregory of Nazianzus dies

    Gregory lived in a turbulent time. Gregory of Nazianzus, his friend Basil the Great, and Basil's brother Gregory of Nyssa, are jointly known as the Cappadocian Fathers. Constantine won a battle in 312 and it made him Emperor of the West.
  • Apr 22, 1549

    Christianity in Japan

    A Jesuit priest named Fancis Xavier arrived in Japan in 1549. His willingness and zeal to suffer converted thousands in just two short years. Nestorian missonaries arrived in Japn and made the first churches in Japan by the 10th century.
  • Christianity in China

    Christianity in China
    The existence of Christianity in China was around 781 A.D. The Christians in China were persecuted in the ninth and fifteenth centuries because Christianity was thought to be a "foreign" religion.
  • Council of Basel

    Council of Basel was a general council of the Roman Catholic church held in Basel, Switz. Pope Martin V before he died in a few weeks then was confirmed by by Pope Eugenius IV. The council was inaugurated on July 23, 1431 but, when the pope’s legate, Cardinal Giuliano Cesarini, arrived in September, he found few people there.