Answer to Question #150641 in History for sam

Question #150641
How did Christianity in the eastern empire differ from that of the western empire?
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2020-12-17T07:53:19-0500

The difference between Easter and Western Christianity lies on issues of the Holy Spirit and its origin. It is also seen in the Roman Pope’s claim on jurisdiction and the bread to be used in the Lords supper. For instance, the Western Christianity perceive the people of Godhead as a combined in divine quintessence whereas the Easter Christianity see the Trinity as composed of God the father, God the son and God the Holy Spirit as three distinctive celestial individuals.


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