HIST 102H Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Russian Empire, Napoleon, Kingdom Of France

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Influence of the Roman World [40 BCE to 800 CE ]
Thouhout the peiod o Pa oaa [Roa Peace]
There are attempts to make the empire appear like a Republic while
the emperor is acting as a dictator. The economy is stable aside from a
few border conflicts, but something is going to turn this all upside down.
The Birth of Christianity
By the third century, it made up only 2-3% of the population of the
epie. The Ne Testaet is’t actuall settled util the late 4th cetu,
ad oe o the tets ee itte i Jesus’ lietie, ad eithe Jesus o
his disciples were the ones who wrote it down. The gospels have many
errors/discrepancies, and the problems with the text are similar to the
Hebrew Bible.
A coce late o is hethe eeoe is olloi the tue
pactice o the Chistia aith, ad the ae’t, because ee eliious tet
is subject to interpretation.
Roman Judea
Conflicts between priests and rabbis continued during the
Hellenistic era, and the Kings sought legitimacy from Sadducees/Temple
Piests, descedet o Childe o Eile.
- Pharisees represented the rabbis and the People of the Land,
commoners
- Deelopet o Essees, a apocalptic sect, Ed o Das
- Pompey the Great conquered Judea in 63 BCE, installed the
Herodian dynasty, and were seen as Roman puppets (widely disliked),
which trumped the previous Sadducees
- Judea in the time of Jesus was full of religious and political tension
- Thee is hea pesecutio oi o sipl because the’e so
uncommon
- An issue seen often is that the Jewish are all about the End of Days
and the apocalypse
Life of Jesus
- Joined the revival movement of John the Baptist
- Preached about the coming kingdom of God
- He does’t o oe tha aoud  iles, does’t leae
homeland
- Promoted an emotional experience of God rather than observance
of ritual
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- Integral difference when preaching salvation, everyone is
saved including sinners
- This shos that othe eliios ae’t oii
- He’s pooti this to the poo ad destitute, the
ipoeished ad the sick ad the ea, eeoe ho’s set
o the top o social class the’e looki at this u ad
thiki Who does he thik he is, peachi to obodies?
- Criticized Sadducees and Pharisees
- Population was uncertain, and naming himself the messiah turned
many against him
- Moved to preach to a non-Jewish audience
- Christos - Anointed one
- Divine representative of God for all humanity
- Executed by Rome for being a rebel leader
- Ate Jesus’ death his 12 disciples/apostles traveled the empire,
preaching that he was still the messiah; Matthew, Mark, Luke and
John
Early Christianities
- Early Christians had many questions but there was no
central/recognized authority
- Bishops of earliest communities in Rome, Jerusalem and Antioch all
claimed spiritual authority
- Each bishop had their own interpretation of the Christian faith
- Each community developed different answers to the theological
questions of Christianity
- St. Peter, leader of original 12 apostles Apostle o the Apostles;
spead Jesus’ teachis to the cit o Roe
- Credited for holding the first ecclesiastical seat as Bishop of
Rome
- Successors claimed direct lineage to St Peter, thus developing
the Roa ‘papal’ seat petie doctie
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