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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]]'' who is believed by Christians to be the Savior and by [[Muslim]]s as a prophet:
  
 
* Early ''christian'' religions such as [[Arianism]]
 
* Early ''christian'' religions such as [[Arianism]]

Latest revision as of 11:36, 2 May 2009

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 who is believed by Christians to be the Savior and by Muslims as a prophet:

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. Secretly (or even openly) some were heretics and still devoutly Christian.