Christology is the field of study of Christian theology, which deals primarily with the nature, person and works of Jesus Christ, held by Christians as the Son of God. Christology deals with the encounter of man (Son of man) and the Divine (God, the Son or the Word of God) in the person of Jesus. There is nothing wrong with a Christian participating in a swasta or famous Hanukkah as long as he recognizes that such practices are not necessary for salvation or sanctification and do not grant special favors to God. Observing these holidays can help to better understand the context of the Bible. Recently, I had the privilege of visiting Israel during Hanukkah, and I think it was very helpful to see first hand what the celebration looks like today and what it means to the Jewish people. But I don`t think it made me any holier than the believers who didn`t have such a great opportunity. The writings attributed to the apostles circulated among the early Christian communities. Paul`s letters circulated in a form collected at the end of the 1st century AD. Justin Martyr mentions the “memories of the apostles” at the beginning of the 2nd century, but his references are not detailed.
Around 160 Jenae of Lyon argued for only four Gospels (the Tetramorph) and argued that it would be illogical to reject the Acts of the Apostles, but to accept the Gospel of Luke, both from the same author.  In the early 200s, Origés may have used the same 27 books as in the modern New Testament, although there were still disputes over the canonization of the Hebrews, James, II Peter, II and III John, and Revelation, see Antilemene. Similarly, until the year 200, the Muratorian fragment shows that there was a series of Christian writings similar to the current new test of 27 books. It is a very modern movement that insists that we must resurrect first century Judaism (our Jewish roots) and the environment and lifestyle of the Jews of the first century and impose them on Jewish and non-Jewish believers. This is not just an academic study to better understand the writing and its framework, but rather a restoration movement that claims that the Church has strayed from its Jewish base and must return to a more Jewish way of life to be authentic.2 Some Sunni Salafists with 12 million to 14 million Twitter followers tweet day and night against Shiites. And they use great battles in the wars in Syria and Iraq to justify any religious assertion they make that day on Twitter. Those who say that religious justification is reductionist and that conflicts are mainly driven by politics that neglects centuries of Islamic history. For Shiites in particular, the Battle of Karbala is at the center of their account of Islamic history. In my years in Iran, from 1998 to 2001, this has been very ambiguous and is even more true today.
Many biblical scholars today, such as N. T. Wright, who trace the concept of heaven to its Jewish roots, see the earth and sky as overlapping or intertwining.