is Ezekiel 37:1-14, the vision of the valley of the dry bones. . If a messiah was killed by the pagans, especially if he had not rebuilt the Temple or liberated Israel, that was the surest sign that he was another in the long line of false messiahs. First, early Christianity grew up as a kingdom-of-God movement. . And they gave this as the reason why they believed his kingdom-announcement had indeed reached its climax, its fulfillment, in his death and resurrection.
The Zealots Revolutionaries in the First Century Judaea
The sad separation between Jewish Christians and the Jewish synagogue appears to have been made final by the requirement that these Christians renounce their belief in Jesus. However, according to one body of tradition, the Rabbis initially supported the revolt up until the Zealots initiated a civil war, at which point all hope of resisting the Romans was deemed impossible. But they went further. . 1, the fourth question is this: Granted the foregoing, why did Christianity arise and take the shape it did? . Now for the first time, Rome was conscious that Christians were religiously distinct from Hebrews. It deserves. .
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