Official Jews’ attitude towards the Christianity. Jamnia Synod Cover Image

Atitudinea oficială a iudelor față de cedința creștină. Sinodul de la Iamnia.
Official Jews’ attitude towards the Christianity. Jamnia Synod

Author(s): Ion-Sorin Bora, Ionut Daniel Ciungu
Subject(s): Christian Theology and Religion, Biblical studies, Pastoral Theology
Keywords: Christian Church; Holy Spirit; Christians; Apostolic Synod;

Summary/Abstract: The beginnings of the Christian Church are presented with the terms Holy Spirit, Baptism, disciples, Apostles, courage, commandment, world, etc. In addition to these, the terms “Christians”, “pagans”, “Jews”, “persecutions” are inevitably used, which show the reaction of people to the new faith that is now beginning to be called the Church, as well as the conflicts that are taking place in the Jewish environment, between those who believed in Christ and those who did not believe in Him. Until the Apostolic Synod in Jerusalem, the ethnic criterion should not be used in differentiating the two groups of people, given the common origin, “from the seed of Abraham,” of all those who enter into this discussion. The external factors of the Jewish tribe, the Romans and the heathen, become the subject of controversy among the members of the same nation.

  • Issue Year: 2021
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 52-72
  • Page Count: 23
  • Language: Romanian