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Early Christians celebrated the birth of Jesus?


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First century Christians celebrated Easter?


Which missionary was taught the scriptures from an early age?


This book of the Bible describes the formation of the early church and the preaching of the Gospel throughout the Greek and Roman world by the apostles, in particular, the apostle Paul.

Jesus always celebrated his birthday?


Once the Israelites had entered the Promised Land, what happened in the days after they had celebrated the Passover?

Joshua apportioned land to each tribe
The River Jordan began to flow again
God stopped providing manna
The Amorites attacked them

Why do believers need not worry about those Christians which have died?

They are assured of a place in heaven
Jesus will welcome them into the kingdom
They will be transformed into angels
They will be raised to life again

Christians have adopted Easter eggs to represent Christ's resurrection?


Where were the disciples first called Christians?


Who was the king of Judea at the time of Jesus' birth?

Herod the Great
Herod Agrippa I
Herod Philip
Herod Antipas

What did the prophet Micah say about Jesus' birth?

He would be born in Bethlehem
He would be raised in Nazareth
He would be visited by shepherds
He would be laid in a manger



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