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A '''Christian''' is a follower of one of the following [[religion]]s, grouped together as '''christianity'''.  The grouping is named after a [[Jew]]ish rabbi, variously known as ''Jesus Christ'':
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A '''Christian''' is a follower of one of the following [[religion]]s, grouped together as '''christianity'''.  The grouping is named after a [[Jew]]ish rabbi, variously known as ''[[Jesus Christ]]'':
  
 
* Early ''christian'' religions such as [[Arianism]]
 
* Early ''christian'' religions such as [[Arianism]]
 
* [[Catholic]]ism
 
* [[Catholic]]ism
 
* [[Protestant]]ism, including:
 
* [[Protestant]]ism, including:
** Pre-[[reformation]] [[protestant]]s, such as the [[Hussite]]s or the [[Lollard]]s.
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** Pre-[[reformation]] protestants, such as the [[Hussite]]s or the [[Lollard]]s.
** Post-[[reformation]] [[protestant]]s such as the [[Lutheran]]s, [[Calvinist]]s (including Scots Presbyterians), [[Zwingliist]]s, etc.
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** Post-[[reformation]] protestants such as the [[Lutheran]]s, [[Calvinist]]s (including [[Scotland|Scots]] [[Presbyterian]]s), [[Zwingliist]]s, etc.
  
 
== Your [[SCA]] [[Persona]] is a Christian ==
 
== Your [[SCA]] [[Persona]] is a Christian ==
  
Yes, probably.
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Yes, if you were a European then you probably were Christian.

Revision as of 12:28, 12 September 2005

A Christian is a follower of one of the following religions, grouped together as christianity. The grouping is named after a Jewish rabbi, variously known as Jesus Christ:

Your SCA Persona is a Christian

Yes, if you were a European then you probably were Christian.