Which major ecents tie the years 1054 C.E and 1956 C.E together?
In 1054 C.E that is when the great schism began. In 1956 C.E the great schism ended.
What are three main branches of Christianity today?
Orthodox, Catholic, and Protestant
What are the main issues that sperate the Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches? What are the main similariteies between them?
Traditionalist groups in the Roman Catholic Church are obliged to violate the ultimate authority in their Church to be where they are. We Orthodox traditionalists, however, must heed the ultimate authority in the Church to be where we are. The similarities The Orthodox Church believes in the Nicene Creed, but the Pope added the words "and the Son" where it says that the "Holy Spirits proceeds from the Father, 'and the Son'". Those little words were the start of the split with the Catholics.
What was the relationship between the Jewish faith and Christianity at the time of Christ?
Why did the Romans persecute the Christians?
Because they were afraid that the Christians worshiping one god would anger the gods and bring bad things.
The Romans worshipped many God's. To have let Christianity flurish meant that many Romans may have been coverted thereby renouncing their God's as being false. This the Roman's could not allow. But as history has shown Rome and all if Italy are now Christian, at least the majority are.
What was Arian heresy? How did the bishops respond? What was Athanasius' argument?
What are two monumental actions made by Constantine and how are they significant?
The Edict of Milan, when he made Christianity legal. The significance is that it allowed the faith to spread all through the world with out the danger of persecution. He did not pick the books of the bible, or write the Nicene creed. That is a protestant mistake on history.
He also divided the empire when he moved the capitol from Rome to his new city Constantinople, now known as Istanbul. This division was good for the Church, but bad for the empire, because now there were 2 capitols, and an eastern and western emperor. The proverbial house divided. It worked well while Constantine was alive, but it all fell apart after his death
How did the fall of rome to the Visigoths in 410 C.E change the growth and evolution of the Roman Catholic Church?
What are the Orthodox and Roman Catholic views on the concept of the Trinity?
What are the two initial goals of the Crusades? What are three significant results of the Crusades?
main goal of the Crusades was to regain Holy Lands—Jerusalem.
an increase in trade between the Middle East and Europe.
That, and quite some many slaughtered human beings.
Also, the real estate of the roman church had increasedimmensly, as all the lease contracts negotiated with illiterate crusaders short of cash included a term which allowed the church to pocket the land of all the knights and nobles who never returned to reclaim their assets.
Who are the Cistercians, the Dominicans and the Franciscans? Why are these groups, among others, important to the Roman Catholic Church?
Why did the Roman Catholic hierarcht come under attack after the 13th century?
What is the significance of the Inquisition?
The Inquisition was very significant in the history of the Roman Catholic Church and Europe.
it was founded far the express purpose of exterminating every human being in Europe who differed from Roman Catholic beliefs and practices.
What did the Council of Trent decide for the roman Catholic Church?
What does Papal Infallibility mean?
belief of the Roman Catholic Church that God protects the pope from error when he speaks about faith or morality.