Where did the people of Israel originate?
Nearly 4,000 years ago, their forefather Abram emigrated from the thriving metropolis of Ur of the Chaldeans in Sumeria to the land of Canaan, of which God had stated:
It is actually called Shavuot, not Shavout. Mount Sinai, in Israel is the originating location of Shavuot. It celebrates the day, or two days (outside of Israel), when God gave Torah to Moses. Because it originated in Israel, it is celebrated in one day by Jews of Israel, and in two days by Jewish people outside Israel.
Christianity developed as an organic process. The Eclessia, also called the Early Church, developed in Roman Judea soon after the death of Jesus, but they still considered themselves Jews until the mid-70s C.E. They began to take on a new identity after this, but the term Christian only really began to come to the fore in the late First Century and early Second Century. These Christians were primarily located in the Aegean region: Greece and…