- 1 Where did the apostles start churches?
- 2 How did the apostles spread the message?
- 3 Who are the descendants of the apostles?
- 4 Which church did Paul establish first?
- 5 How were the apostles important to early Christianity?
- 6 How did the apostles help Christianity?
- 7 Why did Jesus preach using parables?
- 8 What was Paul’s original name?
- 9 How did the 12 Apostles spread Christianity?
- 10 What tribes did the 12 apostles come from?
- 11 Did Jesus have brothers and sisters?
- 12 What happened to the disciples of Jesus?
Where did the apostles start churches?
The following bodies say they were founded by the Apostle Thomas: the Assyrian Church of the East, the Ancient Church of the East and the Chaldean Catholic Church, originating in or around Mesopotamia, and churches based in Kerala, India having Syriac roots and generically known as the Saint Thomas Christians: the Syro
How did the apostles spread the message?
Jesus preached with parables to make his message understandable to his followers. How did the apostles spread the message of Jesus? Apostles traveled to other parts of the Mediterranean region to spread Jesus’ message to other places. You just studied 27 terms!
Who are the descendants of the apostles?
Descendants of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus
- Peter House of “Semaan” St. John House of “Hanna”
- Andrew House of “Andraos” St. James House of “Yaacoub”
- Matthew House of “Matta” St. Simon House of “Simaan”
- Thomas House of “Touma” St. Jude House of “Lebbos”
- Bartholomew House of “Bartoumian” St.
- * substituted Judas Iscariot.
Which church did Paul establish first?
Tradition holds that the first Gentile church was founded in Antioch, Acts 11:20–21, where it is recorded that the disciples of Jesus Christ were first called Christians (Acts 11:26). It was from Antioch that St. Paul started on his missionary journeys.
How were the apostles important to early Christianity?
How were the apostles important to early Christianity? They led early Christians into battle. They shared Jesus’s teachings. They managed the finances of the new church.
How did the apostles help Christianity?
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has always had, among its leadership, twelve individuals identified as apostles. Their primary role is to teach and testify of Jesus throughout the world. The period of early Christianity during the lifetimes of the apostles is called the Apostolic Age.
Why did Jesus preach using parables?
Jesus preached using parables because they were easy for him to teach other people. When Jesus did “love your neighbor as yourself,” what was his message? His message was to treat others the way you would like to be treated by them.
What was Paul’s original name?
Paul the Apostle, original name Saul of Tarsus, (born 4 bce?, Tarsus in Cilicia [now in Turkey]—died c.
How did the 12 Apostles spread Christianity?
The Twelve Apostles were the disciples of Jesus sent out after Christ’s Crucifixion to spread word of the newborn faith. They were instrumental in spreading his teachings and the Christian religion after his death. When Andrew and Peter joined up they were disciples of John the Baptist.
What tribes did the 12 apostles come from?
Based on his last name, it appears that either he or his family was from the town of Kerioth in Judah, which means that he was also of the tribe of Judah. This makes him unique among the apostles, as all of the others, as far as we know, were Galileans and probably from other Israelite tribes.
Did Jesus have brothers and sisters?
Jesus’ brothers and sisters The Gospel of Mark (6:3) and the Gospel of Matthew (13:55–56) mention James, Joseph/Joses, Judas/Jude and Simon as brothers of Jesus, the son of Mary. The same verses also mention unnamed sisters of Jesus.
What happened to the disciples of Jesus?
Andrew (Peter’s brother, also a fisherman) died on a cross at Patrae, in Achaia, a Grecian Colony. James (the elder son of Zebedee, brother of John) was beheaded at Jerusalem. Thaddeus (one of Jesus’ brothers, also called Jude) was shot to death with arrows.