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Timeline of Christianity - Wikipedia


The purpose of this timeline is to give a detailed account of Christianity from the beginning of the current era (AD) to the present. Question marks ('?') on dates ...

Timeline of Christian History - Christianity in View


Christianity in View: Timeline of Christian History. ... Gentile Christians accepted alongside those in the Jewish tradition. c.60, First Gospel published (often ...

Timeline of Christianity - ReligionFacts


Saul of Tarsus converts to Christianity, becomes Apostle Paul. 44 CE. Martyrdom of James. 46 CE. Paul's First Missionary Journey. 49 CE. Council of Jerusalem.

Maps, Archaeology & Sources - Chronology | From Jesus To Christ ...


48 CE, Council of Jerusalem, the leaders of the new Christian movement, discuss the terms of the recent mission to the Gentiles. 50 CE, Paul leaves Antioch and ...

Important Events in Church History: Christian History Timeline ...


35: Stephen martyred; Paul converted. 57: Paul's Letter to the Romans. The Age of Early Christianity (70-312). 150: Justin Martyr dedicates his First Apology.

Timeline: Important Dates in A.D. Christian History by - Christianity


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Christian Church History Timeline - Early Christianity Dates


Search the Christian church history timeline of events in Christianity by date. Learn about important Christian events that shaped faith.

A Timeline of Christianity - A World History Encyclopedia


A TIMELINE OF CHRISTIANITY THROUGH THE AGES. By Tim Lambert ... 125- 202 Iranaeus Bishop of Lyons and a Christian writer lives. c.150-c.215 Clement ...

Gospel of Judas Copied - Time Line of Early Christianity--The Lost ...


Timeline & Map. Roman Empire D. uring the first centuries A.D., in a constantly shifting political environment church leaders shaped the New Testament around  ...

A timeline of Christianity - Piero Scaruffi


30 AD: Jesus is crucified by the Romans, and James becomes the leader of the " Christians" 33 AD: Saul/Paul, a Jew from the city of Tarsus in Asia Minor who ...