Christianity By Jacob J, Dario m, amber m

The followers of this religion are called Christians. 2.2 billion people practice Christianity as of 2010. Most of the followers live in the United States, Brazil, Mexico, Russia, and the Philippines.
Christianity first started in the first century and the birthplace was levant which is now Israel. This religion started based on the life teaching of Jesus Christ.
The people who founded Christianity were Jesus, the Messiah, and Paul the disciple
Christianity was read by the desciples of Jesus and the help of the Roman Empire. Christianity spread all over the world.
Christians believe in one god. The teachings of Christianity are that Jesus is the son of god, that he loves all humans, and god gives forgiveness.
Christians believe in the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Christians have a holy book called, The Bible, with the Old and New Testament
Their place of worship is called a church.
The cross is a symbol of the atonement and reminds Christians of God's love in sacrificing his own son for humanity.
The most important Christian holiday is Easter, a spring holiday that celebrates Christ's resurrection from the dead.
The three largest branches of Christianity are the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church, and the various denominations of Protestantism.

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