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Unit 3 Islam/Christianity Review
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The emporer represented Jesus Christ on earth and appointed the Patriarch of Constantinople.
Belief, Prayer, Charity, Fasting, Plgrimage; acts of worship which all Muslims must carry out.
Judaism
good on horseback; allowed conquered people to follow their own religion
They were all personally connected to Muhammad.
Yathrib or Madinah
disagreement over leadership
Timbuktu
missionaries
Pope
hierarchy
parables
Muhammed
Indonesia
accept Jesus and his teachings
the Bible
Five Pillars of Islam
Jesus
Mecca/Makkah
Constantine
Kaaba
Algebra, banking, scientific discoveries
Suni and Shi'ite
Koran
mosque
How were religion and government related in the Byzantine Empire?
What was Muhammad's message? What rules for daily living did he teach?
Jesus often taught through stories or,
Why were Muslims successful at building an empire?
Why did the Chrstian Church split?
Two inventions of Muslims
This Roman Emperor ended the persecution of Christians
country that has the most Muslims in the world
west African city of learning and trade
Muslim place of worship
Two branches of the Islamic faith
organization used by the early Christian church
Christianity came out of what other monotheistic religion
Largest and richest city in Islam-- currently home to the Kaaba
According to Christians, the son of God
What was special about the first 4 caliphs compared with those who came after?
The holiest place for Muslims; located in Mecca.
people who travel to spread their faith
Islam's main prophet
How do Christians believe they will be saved and enter heaven?
What are the the Five Pillars of Islam. and what are their importance to Muslims?
City where Muhammad and his followers journeyed during what is known as the Hijrah?
Holy book
holy book of Christianity
Head of the Catholic church

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Holy bookKoran
Largest and richest city in Islam-- currently home to the KaabaMecca/Makkah
Islam's main prophetMuhammed
What was Muhammad's message? What rules for daily living did he teach? Five Pillars of Islam
Two branches of the Islamic faithSuni and Shi'ite
City where Muhammad and his followers journeyed during what is known as the Hijrah? Yathrib or Madinah
Muslim place of worshipmosque
What are the the Five Pillars of Islam. and what are their importance to Muslims? Belief, Prayer, Charity, Fasting, Plgrimage; acts of worship which all Muslims must carry out.
west African city of learning and tradeTimbuktu
country that has the most Muslims in the worldIndonesia
According to Christians, the son of GodJesus
organization used by the early Christian churchhierarchy
How do Christians believe they will be saved and enter heaven? accept Jesus and his teachings
Why were Muslims successful at building an empire? good on horseback; allowed conquered people to follow their own religion
Head of the Catholic churchPope
people who travel to spread their faithmissionaries
holy book of Christianitythe Bible
Christianity came out of what other monotheistic religionJudaism
This Roman Emperor ended the persecution of ChristiansConstantine
How were religion and government related in the Byzantine Empire? The emporer represented Jesus Christ on earth and appointed the Patriarch of Constantinople.
Why did the Chrstian Church split? disagreement over leadership
What was special about the first 4 caliphs compared with those who came after? They were all personally connected to Muhammad.
Jesus often taught through stories or,parables
The holiest place for Muslims; located in Mecca.Kaaba
Two inventions of MuslimsAlgebra, banking, scientific discoveries