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Complete HSC Christianity Notes

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complete HSC christianity notes. Paul of Tarsus, environmental ethics and baptism. complete notes got me 1st place in SOR1. follow syllabus dot points. includes a vast amount of applicable quotes

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Christianity Baptism Believer's baptism Infant baptism Catholic theology Grace in Christianity Sacraments of the Catholic Church Pentecostalism Justification Confirmation Limbo Baptismal regeneration Christ Jesus Jesus Christ
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Christianity Baptism Believer's baptism Infant baptism Catholic theology Grace in Christianity Sacraments of the Catholic Church Pentecostalism Justification Confirmation Limbo Baptismal regeneration Christ Jesus Jesus Christ
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• Very thorough knowledge of old testament. • Opponent of Christianity. Persecuted Christians • Acts 9:1-19- On way to Damascus to persecute the Christians Christ appeared • Revelation. Saw this as his calling • A specific call to evangelise the gentile world • He became a Christian • Devoted life to spreading the Christian faith • Preached to both Jews and gentiles • Had great deal of authority in the early church • Recognised ‘apostle’ Journeys • Missionary journeys • Three journeys are documented. • First: through Syria, island of Cyprus, south to Galatia • Second: revisited Galatia, west to Achaia and Macedonia. Great city of Ephesus in Asia minor, and Corinth and Athens in G...
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