← Religion Trimester Review Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All Martyr One who sacrifices himself/herself for his/her beliefs Nero Emperor around 64 AD when the first persecution of Christians began in Rome St. Paul The most famous Christina missionary- converted to Christianity and started to spread the Gospel throughout the Roman Empire. Council of Jerusalem The meeting in which the early Church leaders met in Jerusalem in the year 49 AD to decide internal issues. THe council was guided by the Spirit. Magesterium Living teaching office of the church. Tradition The written and spoken beliefs and practices that have been passed down to us from the time of Christ and the Apostles. St. Augustine Among one of the greatest teachers of the early church- "Church Fathers" Edict of Milan Granted religious tolerance throughout the Roman Empire. Constantine Made Christianity legal in Roman empire. Testament Another word for "Covenant" Heresy A belief or collection of beliefs that rejects one or more of the revealed truths of the faith. Ecunemical Councils Means of the church both ancient and modern, stand out as expressions of the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Great Persecution In the year 303 he issued the edicts, or orders, that let to this. Epistles Letter to the early Christian communities that were written by St. Paul. 21 How many ecumentical councils have there been. Evangelical Counsils Poverty, chastity, and obedience Barbarians Conquering, savage, invading tribes that overran the Roman Empire. Creed a statement of belief or principle Schism A division Charlemagne Opened monastary to everyone seeing Church and state as one, not as being separate, gained a lot of power. Crusades Fuedalism helped to end these religious wars. Fuedalism System that organized society strictly by social class and land ownership.