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If your [[persona]] is [[Europe]]an, you were most likely a Christian.  Most Europeans in [[period]] were either Roman [[Catholic]] or Eastern [[Orthodox]], although some [[medieval]] [[Africa|Africans]] were [[Coptic Christian]].  Protestantism began to flourish in the late part of the period.
 
If your [[persona]] is [[Europe]]an, you were most likely a Christian.  Most Europeans in [[period]] were either Roman [[Catholic]] or Eastern [[Orthodox]], although some [[medieval]] [[Africa|Africans]] were [[Coptic Christian]].  Protestantism began to flourish in the late part of the period.
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Revision as of 23:10, 4 May 2006

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

If your persona is European, you were most likely a Christian. Most Europeans in period were either Roman Catholic or Eastern Orthodox, although some medieval Africans were Coptic Christian. Protestantism began to flourish in the late part of the period.