How Did Christianity Change Jewish Culture

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Jesus’s name has been banned from being taught in many countries around the world. However in these countries Christianity is steadily growing. The Holy Spirit, that is what gives persecuted Christ followers the courage to teach Jesus, is always around believers and un-believers: the Holy spirit cannot be banned. Believing this simple truth, we know that Christianity changes the individual, the culture, and the government. There is a plethora of tales of Christ changing people for; C.S. Lewis was a devout Atheist turned Christian. Culture, is the social norm in a group of people. Christ completely changed culture when he walked the earth as he hanged around harlots, and touched the diseased. To be expected to change culture as a Christian is…show more content…
Christianity can only have one God, therefore making Governments that force you to worship a king a tough place to thrive as a Christian. This is evident in the story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego. The Government was forcing every citizen to worship a golden idol of the king, or risked being thrown into a furnace. The three men, being content in Christ, were thrown into the furnace; however God saved them all from the flames. This is amazing; for God used this to show the King his power and everyone in the kingdom believe in God afterwards. God hates idols, especially ones that the Government is built around. In Quo Vadis, the ancient Roman Government is all about worshipping these false gods. Marcus Vincius, who is the main character, is a rich citizen of Rome. He has to throw all that away, to follow this girl he is fallen in love with and become a Christian. God made an impact upon Marcus who then impacted the Government after becoming a Christian. Last but not least, God blesses nations that worship him. As it says in Psalm 33:12, “Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD, the people he chose for his inheritance.” This seen in many nations like America when it first started out: it was formed upon christen
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