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Many biblical students believe the Church of God, initially called 'The Way' and only later in Antioch was labeled Christianity, began in the Upper Room outside of Jerusalem on Pentecost Sunday, Jun 17, 31 A.D.. This is exactly 50 days (meaning of Pentecost) after the Saturday resurrection of Jesus.

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