Where did Christianity arise?
Christianity had its origins in the area generally described as the Middle East. More particularly, the seminal events of the birth, life, death, and celebrated resurrection of Jesus Christ took place in and around Jerusalem and other areas in what is now the nation of Israel.
Nativism is defined as being the favoring of indigenous inhabitantsover immigrants. Nativism in the United States arouse due to thehigh levels of immigrants that were coming to the US in the 1920s.
Nobody really knows when the religion of Hinduism came about. Hindu artifacts have been found to date back to 10,000 b.c.e. so it is at least that old, but probably older.
Marx and Engels originally outlined the theory in Germany, but the first actual [Scientific] Socialist revolution was in Russia, with the rise of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
Invariably, they arise out of a curious mind. People make observations and notice what might be subtle patterns in the information, or they think about a problem in one field by playing with ideas from another field, or a thought comes after struggling with a problem for a long time. They can arise …in any number of ways; but they all have curious minds as their means of expression. ( Full Answer )
Common health issues in high school are acne, depression andobesity. Bacterial infections and viruses also spread rapidly inhigh schools.
To arise out of the ashes: As when someone has seemingly been ground down to soot and ash, much like we become dust when we die. Sometimes life will seem to grind you up and spit you out. But yet the person does not let this keep them down, he/she emerges, or "arises, out of the ashes" to be victor…ious after all. ( Full Answer )
The animals in the novel initially revolt against there master overpoor treatment. The pigs have convinced them that life will bebetter if he is gone.
Cancer is most simply defined as a disease of the DNA. For this to make the most sense, let's step back and look at what a normal cell is "supposed" to do:. Let's put it into an analogy - you and I are the same (for the most part). We're born, we grow, and we die. If we were cells (instead of colle…ctions of billions of cells (people)), we'd follow the same path. With cells it's not much different than with whole people:. Cells are "born" from the division of two parent cells (even if you only have one "parent", two people were responsible for bringing you into this world).. At this point, the cell is immature; it doesn't have the features that distinguish the "adult" (for example, kids don't have facial hair, they're shorter, etc). Cells aren't much different: It takes time for a newly born cell to grow into what it should be.. As time passes, the cell gets an "education" (in reality, the genome, or genetic code, tells the cell what to do, much like your parents tell YOU what you should be doing...the difference is, a normal cell will actually LISTEN!). Once the cell reaches maturity, it has a "job" (skin cell, for example), it has neighbors (other skin cells, hopefully, more on this later) and it has a life (like you and I, this skin cell will too eventually die (much sooner (hopefully!)) than either of us have on the Earth).. This process is called Differentiation, and it occurs throuhgout your body. Some cells rapidly divide, mature and die (such as your skin), while others never (well, ALMOST never) divide (such as nerves). All of this busy-work of dividing, maturing and dying is controlled by your DNA. -FACT- Every one of your cells, from your eyeball to your toe has the same exact DNA. The difference lies in how that DNA is USED. (that's why you don't have eyes growing from your toes, or toes from your eyes).. If left to survive without outside influences, this process is really good at keeping something alive (humans have expanded their life expectancy by almost 100% in the last 500 years). Modern life brings new difficulties, however.. Your DNA is responsible for storing all the information of who you are. It's pretty cool, but it's not 100% secure.. The environment can impact your DNA; things like too much Sun, chemical exposure, and radiation can knock your DNA out of whack. Other things such as genetic markers, family history and just plain-ole "bad luck" can cause your DNA to change. When these changes occur, the cells try very hard to correct the damage. Sometimes, though, the cell gets overworked. When this occurs, the dammage from one cell carries on when it's time for that cell to divide, and it becomes the "problem" of two cells now. Each of these cells has a problem (cancer, in this case), and they then split to form new cells (hey, it's what the body does!), and we now have 4 cancer cells...and so on.. Many people do very bad things to their bodies for years without having a problem (smokers, drinkers, etc.). Other people do nothing at all, and end up with cancer. Because it is a disease of the DNA, however, there is not yet a cure for all cancers. Some are more treatable than others. Sometimes the treatments seem like a cure. However, the amazing thing about the body is that even though many people we know and love have died from cancer, many others beat it and live for a long, long time. ( Full Answer )
One end of a molecule or atom has a partial negative charge and the other end has a partial positive charge.
One end of a molecule or atom has a partial negative charge and the other end has a partial positive charge.
Miscommunication can result in a variety of conflicts. The best wayto prevent these conflicts is to be sure to convey messages clearlyand effectively in the first place.
1st let us get a understanding of Christian.. World History (by Heckel and Sigman, pages 237, 238) reports: "Christians refused to share certain duties of Roman citizens. The Christians . . . felt it a violation of their faith to enter military service. They would not hold political office. They… would not worship the emperor.". Regarding political and military controversies of their day, Jesus' disciples maintained strict neutrality. In the year 66 C.E. the Jews of the Roman province of Judea revolted against Caesar. The Roman army quickly surrounded Jerusalem. What did Christians in the city do? They remembered Jesus' counsel to stay neutral and to get out from between the warring armies. When the Roman army temporarily withdrew, the Christians seized the opportunity and fled across the Jordan River into the mountainous region of Pella. (Luke 21:20-24) In their neutrality they served as a faithful pattern for later Christians.. Does the historical record show that any group in this "time of the end," since 1914 C.E., has pursued a course of Christian neutrality in imitation of those early Christians? Yes, Jehovah's Witnesses have done so. In all the earth they have kept busy preaching that God's Kingdom is the only means by which peace, prosperity and lasting happiness are possible for lovers of righteousness in all the earth. (Matt. 24:14) But with regard to controversies among the nations, they have maintained strict neutrality.. In sharp contrast, the clergy of Christendom are very much involved in the political affairs of the world.. There is another aspect of this "fruit" of the spirit, love. Jesus said: "By this all will know that you are my disciples, if you have love among yourselves." (John 13:35) Many other scriptures show also that such love would be a clear identifying mark of God's true servants. For example:. "The children of God and the children of the Devil are evident by this fact: Everyone who does not carry on righteousness does not originate with God, neither does he who does not love his brother. . . . we should have love for one another; not like Cain, who originated with the wicked one and slaughtered his brother."-1 John 3:10-12.. "If anyone makes the statement: 'I love God,' and yet is hating his brother, he is a liar. For he who does not love his brother, whom he has seen, cannot be loving God, whom he has not seen."-1 John 4:20, 21.. What international group of people demonstrates this type of love for one another, not just by words, but by deeds? Over the past century, what group has refrained, in time of war, from slaughtering fellow believers of other nations, and from allowing racial, nationalistic, cultural or economic prejudices to come between them?. What does the evidence show regarding this vital fruit of God's spirit, love? Who measure up? Where do we see a great crowd of people of all different nationalities and races united together in Jehovah's name to serve him loyally and to tell others about his kingdom? Yes, where do we find a genuine worldwide brotherhood bonded by love? (Rev. 7:9, 10; Col. 3:14) The religious publication Interpretation, in a chapter entitled "The Bible and Modern Religions, Jehovah's Witnesses," observes the following:. "In their organization and witnessing work, they [Jehovah's Witnesses] come as close as any group to approximating the primitive Christian community.. "Their aloofness from the world, urgency in witnessing, and imperviousness to the attacks of the world are such as come to those who firmly believe that they are among the elect and who have given their allegiance without reservation to God.. "Few other groups make as extensive a use of Scripture in their messages, both oral and written, as they do. Few other groups get from what we call the laity as much service in carrying forward the work of the organization as they do.". Now, Jehovah's Witness don't date unless they plan to marry. If they are dating it's with another christian whom is living according to God's standard. A matter of fact they won't even associate with wordly people.. In plain language God's Word warns us not to be misled into thinking that we are so strong that bad associations will not corrupt us. That includes watching television programs that feature the lives of immoral people and looking at magazines that stimulate immoral desires. (1 Corinthians 10:11, 12; 15:33) Even association with fellow believers under wrong circumstances can lead to serious problems. The attraction between the sexes is strong. With loving concern Jehovah's organization has therefore cautioned against being alone and out of public view with someone of the opposite sex to whom we are not married or who is not a family member. In order to keep on walking with God, we need to shun the snare of self-confidence and heed the warning counsel that he gives us.-Psalm 85:8.. However, there is a clear difference between being friendly toward a workmate and being that one's close companion. Here is where another Scriptural principle enters the picture. The apostle Paul warned Christians: "Do not become unevenly yoked with unbelievers." (2 Corinthians 6:14) What is the meaning of the phrase "do not become unevenly yoked"? Some Bible translations render those words "do not team up," "do not try to work together as equals," or "stop forming inappropriate relationships." At what point does a relationship with a workmate become inappropriate? When does it cross the line and become an uneven yoking? God's Word, the Bible, can direct your step in this situation.. Consider the example of Jesus, who from creation onward had a love for humans. (Proverbs 8:31) While on earth, he forged a close bond with his followers. (John 13:1) He even "felt love" for a man who was religiously misguided. (Mark 10:17-22) But Jesus also set clear boundaries regarding his choice of close companions. He formed no close ties with people who were not sincerely interested in doing his Father's will and the same is true for Jehovah's Witnesses. If the person is not interested in doing God's will a Witness has no bond with that person.. Edit by WizardDevil: How scriptural or correct the above is is to be ascertained, however, a portion of this above article (Taken, presumably, from an article within a Watchtower publication, probably not the Watchtower magazine or Awake! but probably one of the books, although such is not known to this editor at the time) is incorrect. Jesus Christ most certainly did associate with people who were not 'sincerely interested in doing his Father's will'. One can just look at the account of Judas and understand this. One can claim that he needed to because it was prophecy that he would associate with Judas for he was to be betrayed - Well, then you can't say that he didn't associate with people who did not have a sincere interest in God. He most certainly did, prophecy or otherwise. And it was prophecy that he would be 'reckoned with lawless ones' (Luke 22:37). If the apostles were 'lawless' and the Septuagint was the law of the time, then we have to conclude that Jesus did associate with people who were not sincere about God. As to the rest, it is the Watchtower's position on the situation, but whether it is biblical or not is for other researchers.. RELATED QUESTION:. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Problems with a christian dating jehovah witness . Preaching to someone , and associating are two different things. I did get my answers from a book, rather than the "Watchtower". It's called the "Bible". Check it out, I left the scriptures for anyone can look it up and see where I got it from.. Now, remember when you use to study, you may recall that Jesus hand picked his apostles. This include Judas. Did he pick him because he needed someone to betray him? No, Judas heart was in a good standing at the time. He didn't keep his focus on the kingdom and didn't keep on his new personality, which allowed him to become greedy. Greed is what cause Judas to turn Jesus in to hands of his enemy. Not fate. The minute that Jesus recognize that Judas did not want to follow God, Jesus dis-associated himself from Judas. Not until it was confirmed that he choose that route did Jesus stopped.. This is a perfect example the good people can turn bad. How? It can happen by not applying the bible and living constantly by it. Read it! It helps, it really does. Those words in it is not for decorations, it's for directions.. Note that this is not my words that say bad association spoils useful habits, and not to become unevenly yoke. It's the Bible that states this. In turn is inspired from God. 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Abraham, the founder of Judaism, was born in Ur (Mesopotamia). At God's command he came to Israel (Canaan) and continued his work of teaching and raising a family. This was some 3800 years ago.
Islam arose when god "Allah" sent the angel Gabriel to Prophet Muhammed and ordered him to deliver the message of Allah around 610 ad first it was in secrecy but after three years Allah ordered Muhammed to begin his message"Da'wa" publicly
Humans have unlimited wants, but only a limited capacity to satisfy those wants. Economics developed as a social science that would help humans allocate their resources (such as time, land, labor, etc.) in a way that would satisfy their needs in the most efficient way possible. The study of economic…s helps businesses decide what to make and how to make it, allows governments to understand how to interact with business, and helps consumers make decisions about what to buy. ( Full Answer )
because people were poor and did have money, but they did have land and other more valuable items to give... such as service. when people wanted land, they gacve service to get it
The Olmec civilization arose in Central America. This ancientcivilization once flourished in the area that we now as Mexico.
Environmentalism may have started with the invention of Earth Dayin 1970. It is also thought that a book released at the time abouta dangerous pesticide helped start the movement.
Mutations can arise from the following: Substitution - one base is inserted for another. Deletion - a base is removed, which causes a frame shift drastically changing the codon sequence. Insertion - a base is added to the sequence, which also causes a frame shift. Translocation -group of bas…es are moved some place else in the genome. This results with altered function. Tansposable elements- genes move from one location in the genome to another. This may happen in coding or non-coding regions. Inversion - a segment of chromosome is reversed in its orientation and has significant effect on gene expression ( Full Answer )
First Answer: It means that all phenomena (outer and inner) arisethrough the coming together of particular causes and conditions.This means that phenomena do not arise without a cause and they arenot created by a creator like God. A More Detailed Answer: Another term for "interdependent arisi…ng" include "dependentorigination" which comes from the Pali word "paticcasamuppada"."Paticca" = "on account of" and "samuppada" = "arising" so what'sbeing discussed is what causes "the arising" -- but of what? Onepopular way to answer the question of what it is that is beingdescribed as arising is "suffering" (dukkha). In the classic description there are twelve causes, each onefeeding into the next, that lead to dukkha. (1) Ignorance (of dukkha, its cause, that it can be stopped, andhow to stop it) (2) Sankhara (self-perpetuating drives) (3) Consciousness (awareness driven to know the self) (4) Name-and-Form (the way we identify self and other) (5) Six senses (the usual five plus mind, which are always seekingknowledge of the self) (6) Contact (the six senses finding a bit of information it can useto know the self) (7) Feeling (our first knowledge of that contact, whether it ispleasant, unpleasant, or neutral) (8) Craving (the way we use that feeling to shore up our sense ofself -- if it's someone saying something we already believe we likeit and use it to confirm self, etc.) (9) Clinging (from a word that actually refers to fuel -- the waythat good feeling we just got fuels our sense of who we are) (10) Becoming (the shaping of our total sense of self from manysuch incidents) (11) Birth (the way that sense of self appears to others once we'veformed it) (12) Aging-and-Death (representing the way all of this comes to nogood: dukkha!) So another way of saying what it is that arises is "our sense of alasting self". Dependent Arising describes in detail the mistake weunknowingly (in our ignorance) make that leads to those troubles wehave that are curable (with a little bit of knowledge and a wholelot of practice). ( Full Answer )
I think you need to re-phrase the question - I can't see what you are asking.
In most cases the exact cause of arthritis is not understood. it can be started of by trauma, wear and tear, autoimmune problems, virus or bacteria but it is not under stood how it happens.
This is via a layman, but here we go. From birth, humans are social creatures. It is critical to oursurvival. We must first make attachments to our mother, then ourfather, and later to an extended group. The need to belong ishardwired into us. Without it we die. It is literally critical toour survi…val. In short, the social self rises from this need for attachment andbelonging, and is rooted within us at birth. ( Full Answer )
Language varieties occur when a group of people split off from another and eventually develop their own norms and cultures which then shapes and changes their language.
cash flow problem arise due to internal and external factors. internal factors internal factors relate to plicies of management relating to working capital components and future growth plan. 1.product on related policies.
The first hominoids appeared in Africa around 6 million years ago and the first Homo sapiens appeared 600,000 to 200,000 years ago, also in Africa.
Humans were originally nomadic, traveling to hunt for food. Once farming occurs they can have a steady source of food. River valleys provide constant fresh water to drink and the fish to catch along with the nearby vegetation for food. Civilization first raised in North East Africa in the Nile Val…ly, then migrated to the Middle East Mesopotamia Tigris and Euphrates's area. ( Full Answer )
It can be hard to see the problems that may arise when there are too many things happening at once.
Articular (AKA Hyaline) cartilage is formed from condensed mesenchyme tissue, which differentiates into chrondrocytes and begins secreting extracellular matrix.
The present perfect tense of "arise" is: . I/You/We/They have arisen. . He/She/It has arisen.
The need for credit arose from a complex system of manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, and retailers in the modern market economy. Credit allows the smooth operation of such a system
Answer A: Demand usurps Supplies; and Answer B: Supplies usurp Demand. Contiguous with both of the above is Price, Cost, Actual Value and Perceived Value.
They are used in the present tense. So, you should use them when you are talking about something arising at the present time.
The exclusive rights embodied in copyright law (to copy, alter, distribute, or perform/display, or authorize others to do so) are automatically granted to the creator of a work as soon as it is fixed in tangible medium.
Estimates range from 50,000 to 200,000 years ago, but the beginnings go back millions of years. It is important to give some background. There are two schools of thought regarding the subject: vocal and gestural. The vocal school posits that human language evolved from the grunts and hoots of our ea…rly ape-like ancestors. For instance, the evolutionary psychologist Robin Dunbar theorizes that as their numbers dramatically increased, our animal ancestors had to find new ways of cementing community bounds over long distances. Therefore, Dubar thinks speaking evolved to replace grooming--the glue of ape society (see Evolutionary Psychology: Beginner's Guide , 2005). The problem with this school is that it cannot account for syntax, or proper grammar like, say, the SVO (subject-verb-object) order of English. The gestural school posits that human language evolved from the hand gestures of our early ancestors. This is because Chimps, our closest genetic cousins, mostly communicate through visual and tactile cues like facial expressions, hand and body gestures, and bodily contact. Chimps who have been taught American Sign Language progress at the same rate as human children learning sign language or spoken language. Most importantly, they do not make grammatical mistakes. This is because syntax is built into such gestural movements. In his book Next of Kin (1997), Roger Fouts writes: "But experts in sign language, who assume a gestural origin for language, can explain the emergence of syntax in a much simpler, more commonsense way. You can test it yourself right now by following this suggestion of David Armstrong, William Stokoe, and Sherman Wilcox from their book, Gesture and the Nature of Language : 'If you will, swing your right hand across in front of your body and catch the upraised forefinger of your left hand.' . By enacting this gesture, say the authors, you have just illustrated the most primitive form of syntax. 'The dominant hand is the agent (it acts), its swinging grasp is the action (verb), and the stationary finger is the patient or object. The grammarians' symbolic notion for this is familiar: SVO [subject-verb-object].' It is easy to imagine our earliest ancestors using this gesture to communicate [using the hand signs], HAWK CAUGHT GOPHER. And they might have modified this sentence with adjectives (two fingers for two gophers) and adverbs (raised eyebrows for expressing disbelief: HAWK SOMEHOW CAUGHT GOPHER). These variations on a relationship are the beginnings of language as we know it" (p. 194). . But how can hand movements lead to oral speaking? Well, the area of the brain that controls detailed movements of the hands also controls the detailed movements of the tongue. Fouts, who is a Prof. of Psychology, taught American Sign Language to a pair of autistic boys who could not speak or even interact in normal social situations with members of their families. The amazing thing is that these boys gained the ability to speak within a few weeks of learning to sign. Nicholas Wade mentions in his book Before the Dawn (2006) that people with a mutated version of FOXP2, the brain gene associated with speech, have great trouble in talking because they do not have proper control of their mouth and tongue muscles. FOXP2 is located close to the gene responsible for autism; therefore, learning to control their hands through sign language helped the autistic boys gain control over their tongues, allowing them to speak. Researchers have suggested that the FOXP2 gene evolved around 50,000 years ago because human cultural exploded after this point, probably due to language. Vocal language is far more effective in transmitting ideas than hand gestures. This suggests that humans used gestural communication for thousands of years before the gene switched on. It is important to note that a 2012 paper entitled "Monkey lipsmacking develops like the human speech rhythm" points out that the coordination of the jaw, tongue, and hyoid used in primate lip-smacking is comparable to that used for human speech. No sound is produced during lip-smacking because their vocal cords are in the wrong position. Human vocal cords are lower in our throats. Our vocal cord and tongue anatomy had to change before we could produce the sounds that we do today. In conclusion, the road to human speech involved hand gestures, lip-smacking, the dropping of the vocal cords, and the evolution of a brain gene to better control the tongue and mouth muscles. ( Full Answer )
The first civilizations rose in an area called the Fertile Crescent. They were city-states who often fought for territory and control of the Euphrates and Tigris rivers. They mostly lived in an area called Sumer, the southern part of Mesopotamia. This was an area that soon became where the great civ…ilizations of Babylonia and Assyria rose. ( Full Answer )
Binocular diplopia arises when the eye movement in one direction is prevented, and is often a congenital (present at birth) condition. Binocular diplopia is usually caused by misalignment of the eyes.
It came about in 1990 by Carl Woese. The main change was just separating the prokaryotic group into archaea domain and bacteria domain.
Complications of mediastinoscopy include bleeding, pain, and post-procedure infection. These are relatively uncommon. Mortality is extremely rare.
The electronics are very small and im not sure if the technology today is able to make them so small.Secondly,Think about if there we nanobots in bloodstream to protect from diseases.If someone was to gain control over them people who have them would have to cooperate or could be killed
Most agree that the most blatant abuse of humans related to diamonds began in Sierra Leone in the early 1970s. Others will insist that mining diamonds has always 'taken advantage of' and 'abuse' those people who work in the industry, especially in Africa.
Why is Judaism a matriarcal faith contrasted with Christianity which is Patriachal given that Christianity has been around a lot longer than Judaism John 8 58 when did difference arise and why?
The question is confusing ... at least to this contributor. It looks as if it may have been lifted from someone's exam paper or homework assignment, and may not even be complete. So this contributor certainly can't begin to offer an answer. However, the question seems to rest heavily on a cent…ral premise which is 'given' but false. Judaism was roughly 2,000 years old at the time of Christianity's birth. It's clearly impossible for Christianity to have been around a lot longer than Judaism, since Jesus and his disciples were educated, knowledgeable, practicing Jews. Also, had Judaism not been around yet, there would have been no temple out of which to throw the money changers etc., and no law for Jesus to refer to when he said "Think not that I have come to change the law." ( Full Answer )
General educated guesses from evidence and data. Then from that you make predictions and then test them. After enough data and evidence supporting the hypothesis is collected, it becomes a theory.
Accents arise through different pronunciation of vowels and consonants, stress, and rhythm, stress and intonation. Often this happens because of geographical barriers so an accent may identify the locality in which its speakers reside (a geographical or regional accent). As human beings spread… out into isolated communities, stresses and peculiarities developed. Over time these developed into identifiable accents. Also an accent may identify the socio-economic status of its speakers, their ethnicity, their caste or social class, their first language (when the language in which the accent is heard is not their native language), and so on. ( Full Answer )
In message passing, it is the condition in which, both, the sender and receiver are blocked until the message is delivered.
to avoid the hardness of making all things and commodities needed men began to live in group. Then they come to know that they need certain common rules rituals morals etc to live together.that thinking and the activity became the very first civilization
Another perspective: Christianity didn't arise out of Judaism. Jesus warned His disciples against mixing the old and the new. Mat 9:17 "Nor do they put new wine into old wineskins, or else thewineskins break, the wine is spilled, and the wineskins are ruined.But they put new wine into new wineskin…s, and both are preserved." However, this is what has happened among many "Christians." Judaismhas been patched up and adapted among various churches and the oldgarment is labelled "Christianity." The result is a confusingmixture, which is neither Judaism nor Christianity but aritualistic substitution of dead works for a trust in the livingGod. The new wine of free salvation has been poured into the oldwineskins of legalism. Also ,the teaching of the apostles makes it clear that Christianityis not an extension of Judaism: Heb 10:19 "Therefore, brethren, having boldness to enter theHoliest by the blood of Jesus, Heb 10:20 by a new and living way which He consecrated forus, through the veil, that is, His flesh." ( Full Answer )
Their are several branches of science arises because it is healthy to have them and very intresting to study.
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you find it hard to breath when you air ways swell up you chest has sharp pains it it witch means that you might not be able to o things you want to do because it might trigger your asthma.