Adam and Eve were the first humans God created and also the creators of Original Sin when the ate the Forbidden Fruit that the Devil had tempted them to eat.
After God witnessed the unholy world He created, he commissioned Noah to round up two of each animal and his family and to built and ark because God was going to flood the world to start fresh.
Moses lead the Jews from Egypt after God directly told him to. Before doing this, God punished all the non-believers with 7 plagues.
Not being from royal blood, Saul is regarded in history as a kind and fair ruler of Israel.
Jewish people celebrate Haunkkah because of this victory against the oppresive Greeks.
Although our calendar was based on the day that Jesus was supposedly born, theologists predict he was born in about 5 BC on our calendar. When Jesus came into the world, humanity finally saw a hope for redemption.
Jesus was but to death in his 30s by Pontius Pilate after a large outcry from the Jewish community to do so. They made him carry a cross to his own place of death and threw stones at him and ridiculed him along the way.
Jesus rose from the dead three days after his death. Many people were surprised about his return, even a little bit doubtful, such as the Apostle Thomas.