Jesus’ life was told through the writings and tales of his apostles which are found in the New Testament in the Bible. His ideas were unconventional during the Jewish religious establishment. There is little knowledge of Jesus’ life from infancy until the age of thirty and the mystery in the years before Jesus taught, between the ages of twelve and thirty years old. Jesus publicly ministered for approximately three years before he was killed by his own people (the priests) mainly because he was ruining their business. Everything was written from other observations of many people after his death, all saying they saw Jesus. Jesus’ ideas were spread by his apostles and disciples in the Mediterranean and Europe and centuries after his death, Jesus’ teachings have developed throughout the world today.
Jesus was taken to Jerusalem after every custom feast and once he reached the age of twelve he was left in Jerusalem (Charles Caldwell Ryrie, 1976).
The roots of the worship of Jesus Christ (‘Jesus the Messiah’) as the ‘Son of God’ were preached by these disciples. (Eermans, 1982). During the first few decades of Christianity, it was a sect within Judaism which was considered the "independent religion". Two elements of Christianity’s doctrine essential to the Jewish people, Jesus is the messiah, or anointed king, who is spoken of in Jewish prophetic writings. Second, the message of Jesus is the kingdom of God. Keeping with Jewish apocalyptic notions of the messiah, early Christians expected that the kingdom would be established by cataclysmic events (Charles Caldwell Ryrie, 1976).
Jesus and his twelve apostles traveled from place to place teaching and healing. When the Sanhedrin heard of the teachings of Jesus being the savior, "The Son of God," he condemned Jesus to death. Pontius Pilate oversaw the execution and soon after this discovery, Jesus was crucified on a cross.
Jesus became the Jewish businessmen’s worse enemy because of his unconventional teachings which was a threat to the Jewish religious establishment (Eermans, 1982). The Book of John in the New Testatment expresses the Romans’ “involvement in Jesus’ execution.
Basic beliefs of the Christian faith have been practiced for centuries having the greatest belief in The Bible, including the twenty-seven books which compose of the New Testament, having the strong emphasis on the belief in the divine creator, God the Father, is the foundation of the Christian religion. The Christians believe that God first, Jesus second, and lastly, the Holy Spirit, which is called Arianism, or the Trinity. Christians believe that God created heaven and earth.
Discipleship does not mean poverty, it means real life. This is explained in the story of the widow and the treasury. This story concerning real people and money centers on a poor widow rather than a wealthy person. As Jesus sits near the temple treasury watching people put money into the box, Jesus points to his...