What is christianity

Spread of Christianity

  • 380 BCE

    Christianity Was Made An Official Religion.

    Christianity Was Made An Official Religion.
    Christianity was made an official religion. Emperor Theodosius makes Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire banishing all other religions Link text
  • 350 BCE

    Fall of Julian the Apostate

    Fall of Julian the Apostate
    Fall of Julian the Apostate. Emperor Julian tried to restore widespread paganism throughout the Roman Empire. After his death the religion fell apart starting the end of paganism. Link text
  • 337 BCE

    Death of Constantine

    Death of Constantine
    Constantine died May 22, 337 AD. He was the ruler for 31 years. Constantine was buried at the Church of the Holy Apostles in Constantinople.
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  • 313 BCE

    Edict of Milan

    Edict of Milan
    Constantine made the Edict of Milan formally beginning religious toleration for Christians. Link text
  • 312 BCE

    Constantine converts to Christianity

    Constantine converts to Christianity
    After Constantine's conversion to Christianity it began the transition to the dominant religion of the Roman Empire. Link text
  • 96 BCE

    Book of Revelation Written

    The Book of Revelation is the last book of the bible written by John. It is the last book of the New Testament.
  • 85 BCE

    2nd and 3rd Book of John Written

    2nd and 3rd books of the New Testament written by John the Apostle.
  • 80 BCE

    1st John written

    The First Epistle of John was written. This is the first of the Johannine epistles of the New Testament, and the fourth of the catholic epistles. The purpose of the book was confirmation about their faith and cautionary against flaws. Also, the positive assurance about the afterlife.
  • 70 BCE

    Jerusalem Fell

    Jerusalem Fell
    Jerusalem got demolished by the Romans. The future Emperor Titus, led the Roman army to the siege Jerusalem.
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  • 67 BCE

    Paul Is Beheaded.

    Paul Is Beheaded.
    Paul is beheaded. The last of Jesus’ disciples is killed, order again by Emperor Nero Link text
  • 66 BCE

    Zealots Rebelled Against Roman Rule

    Zealots Rebelled Against Roman Rule
    The Zealots were a group of political enemies to Roman rule in Judaea, they were persistent to protect their religion from the Roman rituals and to end Gentile rule over the Jewish people. Link text
  • 64 BCE

    Books 1st and 2nd Were Written

    The first and second books of the Bible were written
  • 64 BCE

    Linus Is The First Pope

    Linus Is The First Pope
    In 64 CE Paul and Peter established the first church in Rome. They selected Linus to be the leader making him the first pope. Link text
  • 64 BCE

    St Peter Was Crucified

    St Peter Was Crucified
    Peter was crucified. He was another disciple of Jesus ordered to be crucified by Emperor Nero. He was one of the leaders of the early Christian Great Church. Link text
  • 60 BCE

    Gospels of Luke, Colossians, and Ephesians were written

    Gospels of Luke, Colossians, and Ephesians were written
  • 59 BCE

    Paul Was Imprisoned In Rome

    Paul Was Imprisoned In Rome
    Paul was imprisoned in Rome for two entire years. Acts of the Apostle tells us he was blamed by the people of Philippi for “disturbing our city … and advocating customs that are not lawful for us as Romans to adopt or observe” (Acts 16:20-21). During this time he began writing the New Testament
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  • 53 BCE

    Paul Goes on 3rd Mission

    Paul Goes on 3rd Mission
    Paul went on his third missionary journey Link text
  • 51 BCE

    1st and 2nd Thessalonians Are Written

    Paul the Apostle, writes the 1st and 2nd Thessalonians after his two missions.
  • 50 BCE

    Paul Goes On Second Mission

    Paul Goes On Second Mission
    Paul went on his second missionary journey. Paul traveled through Lystra, Derbe, Pisidian, Iconium and Antioch again on his way to Troas. Later among Paul’s first and second missionary journeys, Paul composed the epistle of Galatians to the cities of southerly Galatia. Link text
  • 49 BCE

    Christianity Becomes Its Own Religion

    Christianity Becomes Its Own Religion
    Christianity becomes its own religion separate from Judaism. Link text
  • 45 BCE

    Paul Goes On First Mission

    Paul Goes On First Mission
    Paul, Jesus disciple, goes on his first of three missionary journey to spread Christianity. Beginning in Syria and taking him to Cyprus and then Asia Minor. Link text
  • 30 BCE

    The Last Supper

    The Last Supper
    The Last Supper was the last meal Jesus ate with his disciples, right before his deception and arrest. This event is recorded in the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew 26:17–30; Mark 14:12–26; Luke 22:7–30). He stated then he wanted to be remember for what he was about to do on behalf of all mankind: shed his blood on the cross thereby paying the debt of our sins (Luke 22:19). Link text
  • 30 BCE

    Jesus Was Crucified

    Jesus Was Crucified
    Jesus was crucified by the Roman government.The Jewish leaders ordered the Romans for Jesus be put to death (Matthew 27:22-25). Jesus endangered their position and authority in the religious society they ruled (John 11:47-50), so “they plotted to put him to death” (John 11:53). Link text
  • 29 BCE

    St John the Baptist was beheaded

    St John the Baptist was beheaded
    John the Baptist was beheaded by Herod. In the Synoptic Gospels, Herod, who was a sub-king, of Galilee under the Roman Empire, had incarcerated John the Baptist because he scold Herod for divorcing his wife and unjustifiably taking Herodias, the wife of his brother Herod Philip I.The beheading upset many disciples of Jesus because many of them had be baptized by John.
  • 27 BCE

    Jesus Begins Preaching

    Jesus Begins Preaching
    For three years Jesus traveled with his followers. He preached much differently than the Jewish law. This was the very beginning to Christianity. Link text
  • 4 BCE

    Jesus Is Born

    Jesus Is Born
    Jesus of Nazareth is born to the Virgin Mary. He is believed by some to be the Messiah.
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