God - Coggle Diagram
Adam and Eve
Original sin: When Adam ate the forbidden fruit
John the Baptist: Baptized Jesus and was a major influence on him.
The Four Canonical Gospels: Accepted as telling the life of Jesus
Mystical Gospel: Written by John tells the story of Jesus with differing details.
Synoptic Gospels: The Gospels of Mark, Matthew, and Luke. Called this as they all share similar accounts.
Gospel of Thomas: Speaks of Jesus criticizing peoples views of what Heaven is
Gospel of Mary Magdalene: After the death of Jesus she remined people not to morn as the spirit of Jesus still remains.
Gospel of Judas: A gospel that depicts Judas as doing as he is told by Jesus when he betrayed him.
Paul of Tarsus: A very influential man in early Christianity. He was prosecuting early Christians when Jesus enlightened him, and then he believed that Jesus was the lord.
Maricon: He made a version of Christianity that focused mainly of the goodness of god. It was very widely rejected.
Council of Nicaea: A council meant to decide if Jesus was purely divine, purely human, or both
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The Trinity: Father, Son, and The Holy Spirit
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Apostolic succession: The idea that the ministry of the church is derived from the original apostles