Early Christians Not Referred to as “Christian”, the Fracture Between Christianity and Judaism, the Basis for the Term “Christian”, and Asia Minor Located in Modern Day Turkey

Originally those who followed Jesus did not refer to themselves as “Christians” and no one speaking about them referred to them as “Christians” either. Initially followers were not thought to be separate from Judaism, but because these followers believed that God worked through Christ to bring Judaism to it’s promised completion, the need to determine between the 2 factions became increasingly important and so the term “Christian” was created to identify such a difference. Early Christians were ...

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