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The founder of Christianity is Jesus and the belief that there is only one god. The religion was found in Bethlehem, where Jesus Christ was born. Christianity started in 33 A.D., with the belief that there is only one god, our savior Jesus Christ. The connections to other religions are Roman, Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, and Protestantism. They all have the united belief that Jesus Christ is their one and only savior and that they have each developed their own theologies.

The town of Bethlehem


The follow the teachings and beliefs that there is one god and the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. They also follow the practices of the bible reading and attending church. A place of worship is at Christian churches, at church they learn to follow the belief in one God and Jesus. The Church of Nativity is located in Bethlehem where Jesus was born, that is one of the main churches where Christianity is practiced. The religious leader of Christianity is Jesus, he died for humanity's sins.

Various Sects of the Religion

Other religions that follow the religion, Christianity are Roman, Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, and Protestantism. All three of those religions have the same belief that there is only one god. The people from these religions believe that they are saved by having faith in Jesus Christ.


Christians celebrate Christmas, Good Friday, and Easter. On Christmas, Christians go to a church service to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Good Friday is when they honor the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, Christians do not eat meat on Good Friday and it is the Friday before Easter. Easter is the celebration of Jesus's resurrection.

A Christian church service on Christmas


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