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1 Sara Di Diego = "Jesus' instructions could only truly fit a semirural village culture, and was only inclusive to Jews.  The Church father who brought Christianity to non-Jews and made it boom was Paul.  However, by doing this he had to make Christianity fit in, or conform, to pagan religions.  This led to many of our traditions today.Work Cited:White, L. Michael. From Jesus to Christianity How Four Generations of Visionaries & Storytellers Created the New Testament and Christian Faith. San Francisco: HarperCollins, 2004. Print."
2 Sara Di Diego = "This non-inclusive way of fellowship, regarding non-Jews and Samaritans, resonates with the Aramaic language and cultural context.  Aramaic was the culture and language Jesus used and lived in, since Old Testament Hebrew was not used by the Jews at that time.  Aramaic was a dialectic cousin of that Hebrew (similar to the relationship between Italian and Spanish).Work Cited:White, L. Michael. From Jesus to Christianity How Four Generations of Visionaries & Storytellers Created the New Testament and Christian Faith. San Francisco: HarperCollins, 2004. Print."
3 Sara Di Diego = "Jesus was instructing his followers to do his works for free and to live that relied on the kindness of strangers.  This greatly juxtaposes the world of the Church during the Middle Ages in Europe.Work Cited:White, L. Michael. From Jesus to Christianity How Four Generations of Visionaries & Storytellers Created the New Testament and Christian Faith. San Francisco: HarperCollins, 2004. Print."