#296 – A History of the Catholic Church – The Council of Jerusalem

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Debates over the the acceptance of Gentiles into the Church and Paul’s missionary activity lead to the Council of Jerusalem. While it becomes easier for Gentiles to become Christians, it is part of a growing division in the Church. Jewish wars against the Romans will further alienate Christians from the Church’s Jewish traditions.

Links:

Image of stones from the destroyed Temple of Jerusalem

On the Council of Jerusalem

On the First Jewish-Roman War

On the Bar Kochba Uprising

On the Birkat Ha-Minim against Christians

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