Christianity is the largest and oldest religion practiced by millions of people all over the world. Christians believe that Jesus is the Son of God and the Messiah, whose coming was told about in the Old Testament of the Bible. Since Adam and Eve, Christians believe that the human kind was in a state of sin, however, through Jesus’ life, death and resurrection, they were saved and the sinful state was over. Christians believe in one God, which makes them monotheistic, and they believe he exists in three forms, Father, Son and the Holy Spirit, which is called the Holy Trinity. They strongly believe in the praises of Jesus, which are love and forgiveness. All these and Jesus’ life are described in the opening books of the Bible’s New Testament.
Years later after Jesus died; Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire and the faith spread from Palestine to Europe, and other countries through teaching and preaching. Ever since, the great religion of Christianity keeps on spreading still all over the world. Followers of this religion today belong to three main groups which are: Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant and even though they share basic Christian beliefs, they all differ on some points of doctrine and ritual.
Beliefs and practices of Christianity were developed among the ancient Jews and some of them are: Creation, The book of Genesis describes the creation of the world in six days and talks about the first humans Adam and Eve. Evil, Christians believe that evil in the world is Satan, who works his bad and pain through the actions of ignorant and sinful people in the world. Salvation, according to Christian beliefs, the human kind became sinful when they moved away from God, however God sent his son to forgive their sins and save themselves. As a result, there would be eternal life with God for those who believe in Jesus and life correctly. Crucifix, The cross where Jesus died is the universal symbol of Christianity, with...