Christianity Scott Bulanda

Christianity is the first most practiced religion in the world. It was believed to be found in 30-33 A.D. when Jesus was crucified and officially became a religion of the Roman Empire in 392 A.D.

Church where Christianity is worshipped

Christianity is the belief of one god, the teachings of Jesus Christ and beliefs of life on Earth. Jesus was crucified on a cross. His death made salvation and forgiveness of all sins. The belief in one god originated from the Jewish religion. The book of Christianity is the Holy Bible.

There are many different sects of Christianity and just to name a few, Lutheranism, Catholicism, and Protestantism. These are three of the most common sects of Christianity. One type of practice of Christianity is going to church.

Some key holidays of Christianity are: Christmas, celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Good Friday, the Friday before Easter Sunday, commemorating the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

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