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The . 2nd. Coming. The End Times. The Timeline. Judgment Seat of Christ. Marriage Supper. Heaven. Rom. 14:10 1 Cor. 3:13 2 Cor. 5:10. Rev. 19:6-9. 2 nd Coming. Every eye will see Him. Rapture. The Tribulation. ?. 7 - Years. Earth. 1,000 – Year reign of Christ. Tribulation.

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Part 2

Part 2

Part 2. Christ’s Coming Relative to the 1,000 Years. A-millennial. Post-millennial. Pre-millennial. Christ comes after Church establishes the kingdom. Christ comes to set up a literal kingdom for 1000 years. No 1000 year reign of Christ. How They View the Tribulation. Non-Literal.

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Middle Ages: The Church

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Middle Ages: The Church. Madnick/Global Studies 9. The Church in the Middle Ages. Super Huge Fact: The Church was the single most powerful organization in western Europe during the Middle ages Dominated peoples lives, from peasants to kings. THE CHURCH. Manorialism. Feudalism.

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Middle Ages and the Church

Middle Ages and the Church

Middle Ages and the Church. Aim/Goals: How did the Roman Catholic Church come to control medieval life in western Europe? Do Now: (1) After the fall of Rome, there was a new political system. What was it called? (Hint: Starts with the letter “F.”)

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The Middle Ages: The Church

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Middle Ages: The Roman Catholic Church

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Middle Ages: The Roman Catholic Church. Warm - Up. 1. How was the Roman Catholic Church a powerful force during the Middle Ages ? 2. Analyze the power of the Church with feudalism . Objective. Students will be able to evaluate the role of the Roman Catholic Church in Medieval Europe.

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