What exactly is Christianity By: Talia Mateja

Video about Christianity

A crucifix on the wall of a church. In contemporary Christianity, the cross is a symbol of the atonement and reminds Christians of God's love in sacrificing his own son for humanity. It represents Jesus' victory over sin and death, since it is believed that through his death and resurrection he conquered death itself.

Christianity- Is based on the belief in one God and on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.

Major Beliefs Include-

  • Jesus is the savior who dies for humans sins.
  • Christians are saved and achieve eternal life by faith in Jesus Christ.
  • One God created Heaven, earth, and the universe.
  • God originated with the Jewish religion.
Major Concepts Include-
  • Major forms are roman, eastern orthodoxy and protestatism.
  • Events commemorating the life and death of Jesus include Christmas, Good Friday, and Easter.
Going to Church is an Expression of our Love for God, it builds up our Spiritual Strength, it honors the Lord's Day, it provides accountability to spiritual leadership, and much more.
Interesting Facts-
  • Claims more members than any of the other world religions.
  • Began and dates back to the death of Jesus in A.D. 33, in Israel.
  • Bethlehem was the birth place of Jesus Christ and holds great importance.

Credits:

Created with images by Robin Jacob Abraham - "The Cross" • geralt - "cross sunset sunrise" • Skitterphoto - "church altar mass" • Waiting For The Word - "Face of Christ 34" • kerttu - "church ceiling catholicism"

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