Outline of Christianity
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Christianity:Christianity – monotheistic religion centered on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth as presented in the N...
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Unsealing Of Christ's Reputed Tomb Turns Up New Revelations
For just 60 hours, researchers have had the opportunity to examine the holiest site in Christianity. Here's what they've found.
1827 New Orleanians Take To The Streets For Mardi Gras
On this day in 1827, a group of masked and costumed students dance through the streets of New Orleans, Louisiana, marking the beginning of the city’s famous Mardi Gras celebrations.
On October 24th 1648, The Treaty Of Westphalia Was Signed, Marking The End Of The Thirty Years War.
The Westphalia area of north-western Germany gave its name to the treaty that ended the Thirty Years War, one of the most destructive conflicts in the history of Europe. The war or series of connected...
Turin Shroud Goes On Display For First Time In Five Years
More than a million people from as far afield as Argentina and China are expected to head for Turin in the coming weeks to catch a glimpse of one of Christianity’s most controversial relics, which has...
History of Christianity
The history of Christianity concerns the Christian religion, its followers and the Church with its various denominations, from the 1st century to the present.Christianity emerged in the Levant (now Pa...
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Timeline of Christianity
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 indicate approximate dates.The year one is...
Lists of Christians
Christians have made a myriad contributions in a broad and diverse range of fields, including the sciences, arts, politics, literatures and business. According to 100 Years of Nobel Prizes a review of...
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Silvester of Troina
Silvester of Troina was a Basilian monk, who originally entered the monastery at Bari, Italy, but fled when he was to be appointed abbot. Silvester then lived the rest of his life as a hermit.
Unsealing Of Christ's Reputed Tomb Turns Up New Revelations
For just 60 hours, researchers have had the opportunity to examine the holiest site in Christianity. Here's what they've found.
Pope Lando
Lando (also known as Landus) was Pope from either July or November 913 to his death in 914. His short pontificate fell during an obscure period in papal and Roman history, the so-called Saeculum obscu...
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Ante-Nicene Fathers
The Ante-Nicene Fathers, subtitled "The Writings of the Fathers Down to A.D. 325", is a collection of books in 10 volumes (one volume is indexes) containing English translations of the majority of Ear...
Old Congregational Church (North Scituate, Rhode Island)
The Old Congregational Church is an historic church building on Greenville Road (Rhode Island Route 116) in the Smithville-North Scituate village of Scituate, Rhode Island. The wood-frame shingled c...
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Clementine literature
Clementine literature (also called Clementina, Pseudo-Clementine Writings, The Preaching of Peter, Kerygmata Petrou, Clementine Romance etc.) is the name given to the religious romance which purports ...
The Brethren (Jim Roberts group)
The Brethren is one of several informal names for a nameless religious movement created by Jimmie T. "Jim" Roberts. Other names include the Body of Christ, the Brothers and Sisters and the garbage eat...
Catholicon (book)
The Summa grammaticalis quae vocatur Catholicon, or Catholicon (from the Greek Καθολικόν, universal), is a 13th-century Latin dictionary which found wide use throughout Christendom. Some of the entrie...
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Robinson's Arch
Robinson's Arch is the name given to a monumental staircase carried by an unusually wide stone arch, which once stood at the southwestern corner of the Temple Mount. It was built as part of the expans...
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Racovian Catechism
The Racovian Catechism (Pol.: Katechizm Rakowski) is a nontrinitarian statement of faith from the 16th century. The title Racovian comes from the publishers, the Polish Brethren, who had founded a siz...
Sabbath manifesto
The Sabbath Manifesto was created to slow down the fast-paced society in which we currently live in. One project that the Sabbath Manifesto created is The National Day of Unplugging where the Jewish t...
Abbey of Saint Martial, Limoges
St. Martial's Abbey was a monastery in Limoges, France, founded in 848 and dissolved in 1791.The buildings were razed at the beginning of the 19th century. The only remaining part is the 10th century ...
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Rivington Unitarian Chapel
Rivington Unitarian Chapel is a place of Unitarian worship in Rivington, Lancashire, England. It was founded in 1703 and is designated as a Grade II* listed building. Its restoration in 1990 was aided...
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Church of St Mary, Hemington
St. Mary's Hemington is an Anglican church in Hemington, Somerset, England. The Norman church underwent major renovation in the 14th, 15th, 17th and 19th centuries. The south aisle and nave are the ol...
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Ettal Abbey
Ettal Abbey (Kloster Ettal) is a Benedictine monastery in the village of Ettal close to Oberammergau and Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Bavaria, Germany. With a community (as of 2005) of more than 50 monk...
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Ridley Haim Herschell
Ridley Haim Herschell (7 April 1807 – 14 April 1864) was an Anglo-Polish minister who converted from Judaism to evangelical Christianity. He was a founder of the British Society for Propagating ...
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Action of Churches Together in Scotland
Action of Churches Together in Scotland (ACTS) is a national ecumenical organisation of churches in Scotland, founded in 1990. It is the successor to the former Scottish Council of Churches. Since 200...
Cruithnechán
Saint Cruithnechán (Irish: Cruithneachán), also known as Cruithnechan, Crunathan, and Cronaghan, was an Irish saint from around the 6th century, known as one of the mentors of Saint Columba, who f...
Adalgott
Saint Adalgott (died 1165) was a twelfth-century monk and bishop. He entered Clairvaux Abbey as a monk, and was appointed as abbot of Disentis. Adalgott cared for the sick and poor. He was subsequentl...
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McKendree Chapel
McKendree Chapel, also known as Old McKendree Chapel, in Jackson, Missouri, is a log cabin style chapel that was built in 1819 and is known as the oldest Protestant church standing west of the Mississ...
Minuscule 585
Mimuscule 585 (in the numbering Gregory-Aland) ε 125 (von Soden) is an illuminated Byzantine Gospel Book. It is dated paleographically to the late 10th-century.
The manuscript contains the four Ch...
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Ælfthryth of Crowland
Ælfthryth is a saint, venerated in the Roman Catholic Church, as a virgin, and recluse, died c. 795. She was a daughter of King Offa of Mercia.According to a late and not very trustworthy legend she w...
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