You are passionate about understanding the origins of Christianity and other monotheistic religions and how they have evolved over the centuries and millennia? I think that this understanding is essential for developing an accurate view of Christianity and its impact on the world but it will never be proven right or wrong because the proof is limited. My intentions are to provide an unbiased and historical perspective on Christianity that will be informative, engaging and sometimes maybe even triggering for people of all backgrounds. I will try to be as fair, honest and impartial as possible because I am genuinely interested in understanding the origins of Christianity for myself. I hope that you find this website to be an informative and enjoyable read.
My goal is to educate people to be more aware of how religion historically developed over the millenniums, and what we know and/or think to be aware of. History is not a matter of absolutes or claiming certainty, we have to rely on different methods like archaeology, linguistics, quotations, and survived copies and determine possibilities if mathematics if something could have really happened. We are all human beings and we all do mistakes or we could misinterpret different evidence wrongly but I will do my best to provide you with the best research information possible and will update it as soon as I am aware of it. Be sure to check out my newsletter to keep in touch
The beginning of Christianity
There are many different denominations of Christianity today, but they all originated from the same Pauline line. In further times Christianity was much more diverse. There are many different opinions about how Christianity began, but the evidence suggests that the Orthodoxy which survived was not the true and only one, possibly even the wrong one. I will use expert opinions to assess the available data and write in the best way of my capabilities.
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The Surprising Timeline Behind The New Testament’s Creation
The New Testament is an integral part of the Bible for orthodox Christians. As such, its origin and authorship are a source of great historical and religious importance. Composed of 27 books, the New Testament has been attributed to various authors, who wrote it in Greek. Although there is no exact timeline known for its composition, scholars have suggested various dates for when the New Testament was written.
In What language is the New Testament written?
The New Testament in Greek was written by different authors over 150 years because it was the language of the educated. Alexander the Great through his conquests made it the dominant language in the Mediterranean. Additionally, many early Christians were from Greece and Rome, two of the most influential centres of culture and learning at that time.
Discover the history of the Second Temple of Jerusalem
The Second Temple was a magnificent structure that served as the center of Jewish worship in ancient times. Dive into its fascinating history and learn about its role during this era. Explore the beauty and significance of one of the most iconic buildings in history.
Is there proof that Jesus was Real?
Was Jesus a historical figure? What evidence do we have to come to such a conclusion and is it rational to be convinced he did wander on earth? We will discover what archaeology and scholars brought forward and let’s dive together into a fascinating journey to the beginning of the first millennia.
Historicity and It’s Definition
Establishing historical accuracy is important for any research or study, as it allows us to understand the past with better accuracy and make better-informed decisions in the present. To help with this process, this article will explain how scholars come to their results – in simple terms – through different issues they face and how they define history.
What is Gnosticism? Definition & Explanation
Gnosticism is a religious and philosophical tradition. It defines knowledge as the source of salvation and that salvation can only be obtained through gnosis. Gnostics believed in a spiritual world that was different from the material world and that humans could access this spiritual world through gnosis.
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