Summary of the Christmas and Hanukkah Special – Episode 3 – Judaism & Christianity This is the third episode of our mini-series on the story of Christianity and Africa. On this episode we continue with the story of Abraham and his Descendants.
We explore further the Promise between the Jewish People and God. But can the Jewish people keep their side of this Promise? We continue to discuss the chaos and conflicts in Canaan. We discuss the Council of Nicaea, the Nicene Creed and the Apostles Creed.
We introduce the debates between the Founding Fathers of Christianity about the nature of Jesus Christ. Starring: Abraham; Marcian; Constantine the Great; Solomon; King David; Manessah; Moses; Nicene Creed; Council of Nicaea; Apostle’s Creed; and much more
Further Reading List:
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- BBC. 2009. Religions: Moses.
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- BBC World Service. The Story of Africa: Christianity.
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- Jacobson, D.L. 1991. A Beginner’s Guide to the Books of the Bible.
- Joseph W.1908. General Councils. Catholic Encyclopedia (online
reprint from NewAdvent.org), 4, New York: Robert Appleton Company,
- Maxwell, D. 2015. The Nicene Creed in the Church. Concordia Journal.
Volume 41, Number 1, Article 3, p 12-22
- Montefiore, S.S. 2011. Jerusalem, The Biography. Weidenfeld &
- Muscato, C. Christianity in Ancient Africa. Lectures from the University
of North Colorado, Chapter 8, Lesson 60.
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- Rogers, Jack.1985. Presbyterian Creeds. Westminster John Knox
- St Charles Borromeo Catholic Church. The Nicene Creed.
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- Weil, S.1997. Collective Designations and Collective Identity of
Ethiopian Jews. Ethiopian Jews in the Limelight, Jerusalem: NCJW
Research Institute for Innovation in Education: Hebrew University
- Weil, S. 2012. Ethiopian Jews: the Heterogeneity of a Group. Cultural,
Social and Clinical Perspectives on Ethiopian Immigrants in Israel.
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