Development of Christianity Comic Strip for Social Studies
By ianmclaughlin, Updated
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Let Us Worship God!
I am banning all religious practices of Christianity!
Jesus of Nazareth, or the Messiah, spread his religious teachings to the people.
I wonder if he's a Christian.
What in the world is he doing playing in the sand?
After Jesus's death, his disciples continued spreading his teachings and developed the religion of Christianity.
Maybe I will win the battle if I become a Christian!
The Roman Empires started to worry about the new religion, so they banned all religious practices of Christianity.
I'm unbanning all religious practices of Christianity!
Since all religious practices of Christianity were banned, the Christians developed a secret way of seeing if who they were talking to was Christian, so that they wouldn't get killed. The secret message was a symbol called the Icthus.
Before a battle one day, Emperor Constantine, a leader of a Roman Empire, saw a cross in the sky and thought that he would win the battle if he switched to Christianity.
Emperor Constantine switched to Christianity and won the battle, and then unbanned religious practices of Christianity.
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