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Analyze the impact of Paul of Tarsus and his contribution to the development of Christianity. Mark 19/20

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Religion Christianity 1st millennium Early Christianity and Judaism Biblical people in Islam Paul the Apostle Acts of the Apostles Jesus Epistle to the Romans Peter and Paul Christianity in the 1st century Outline of Christianity Paul Jesus Christ
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Religion Christianity 1st millennium Early Christianity and Judaism Biblical people in Islam Paul the Apostle Acts of the Apostles Jesus Epistle to the Romans Peter and Paul Christianity in the 1st century Outline of Christianity Paul Jesus Christ
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1 billion adherents throughout the world and is well established as the universal, monotheistic religious belief system that has developed since the life, death and resurrection (around 32 AD) of Jesus Christ. However, as Jesus was a Jew, the beginnings of Christianity revolved around the fact that Jesus had adapted the strict rules of Judaism to focus on loving human relationships. This meant that the followers of Jesus for the first 100 years after his death were merely a very small sect of Judaism and the message of Jesus was confined only to Jewish adherents. One man, however, Paul of Tarsus, is today considered to be the forefather of Christianity and the “13th Apostle”. He developed the doctrine that would turn Christianity from a small sect of Judaism into a worldwide faith that was open to all. Through analysis of Paul’s life, his journeys and so...
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