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Christianity in the 1st century deals with the formative years of the Early Christian community. ... of the dead, the last judgment and the full establishment of the Kingdom of God, though Preterists believe these events have already happened.

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Dec 18, 2006 ... How was Christianity co-opted by a political party? Why are Christians supporting laws that force others to live by their standards? The answers ...

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Many Christians do not know what happen to that church after the death of the ... Happened To The Christian Church In The First five centuries of Christianity?

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Dec 8, 2015 ... Several months ago, a Pew Research study sparked what almost seemed like shouts of glee from those eager to declare the impending death ...

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What Happened to America's Christianity? The founders of this great nation, came here with one major goal. To start a life in a new land by the guidance and  ...

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Jul 31, 2012 ... The 1990s saw an unprecedented explosion of Christian rock. Jars of Clay, Sixpence None the Richer, P.O.D., and Switchfoot were hot on ...

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According to the Gospels, Jesus had several "brothers and sisters" (see "Mary" for possible meanings), but James and Jude are the only ones mentioned ...