Since I don't know all Christians and for that matter, nobody does, I'd have to say I don't know. Why would you think that we don't believe in gravity? There are probably some who don't. But for the most part, it would be safe to say "Yes, Christians believe in gravity." It's really just another form of faith if you think about it. Belief is not the right word. There are people who understand gravity is a valid theory and people who don't. It's just like evolution. You can believe in creation because it's just a story but evolution/gravity are valid facts and theories that can be tested. Gravity is a term given to the power that holds everything on this earth. Spiritually, a Christian may see this power as God. Others just call it gravity because that's what someone named it. The force that holds everything together could be recognized by "gravity" or "A Power of God". Both terms should be accepted. A Christian should adapt to modern culture and call it gravity, since it is so widely accepted. Others shouldn't get all over the Christians and call them "intolerant" by believing in God so much. That's their faith. So, all Christians do believe in gravity. Some Christians just like to refer to gravity by using a different relation. So, all other non-Christians believe that God holds everything on earth. They just like to call it gravity, since the word is more accepted into today's society. Both terms are the same thing. Caution: Gravity works whether you believe in it or not. Gravity does a whole lot more than just hold everything on this earth. It affects the entire universe, in which the earth is merely a very tiny spec of moist dust. Also, there are other faiths that believe in God, not just the Christians.
And another point: As far as '...all other non-Christians believe that God holds everything on earth'; that cannot be true. The world is not divided into Christians and non-Christians, because there are so many different groups of people with so many different faiths and different levels of education. To lump them all together into one group called non-Christians is unfair, to say the least, to both the Christians and everybody else. I am sure that there are non-Christians that believe in gravity and also others that do not. Besides, gravity works without requiring faith or belief, just get out of bed in the morning and stand up.
Christians do not believe in reincarnation. Christians believe in Heaven.
Christians believe that it celebrates the birth of Christ.
Christians believe that 'life starts' at conception.
Christians believe there is only one God.
No, not all Christians believe in miracles. Some Christians believe that miracles died out when the original Apostles died. Others do believe that miracles still exist.
Jesus believed in the Devil. Why should Christians believe differently?
Christians continue to believe in thousands of different saints. There are currently over 10,000 named saints that Roman and Orthodox Christians believe in.
YES Christians believe in the existence of evil spirits, which is what they believe ghosts are. Christians do not believe a ghost is a dead person haunting humans or places on earth. There are also many different types of christians with different beliefs so your answer will vary.
Christians believe that life is sacred because they believe that humans are created "in the image of God".
Christians believe in God the Father of the Heavens and the Earth Christians believe God sent his Son Jesus to Earth to save it Christians believe Jesus was born of a Virgin Christians believe Jesus died on a cross for our sins Christians believe Jesus rose from the dead Christians believe Jesus will return for his people.
1. Christians believe in God (the Father) Jesus (the Son) and the Holy Spirit 2. Christians believe that Jesus died on a cross for their sins. 3. Christians believe that Jesus rose from the dead. 4. Christians believe that Jesus will one day return to Earth. 5. Christians believe in Heaven. (where God & Jesus currently are) 6. Christians believe in the Holy Bible as the Word of God 7. Christians believe they Need to follow the 10 commandments 8. Christians believe that Mary the mother of Jesus was a Virgin 9. Christians believe in Miracles. 10. Christians believe they should spread the word of God. (Missionary works)
True Christians do not believe in Astrology. .
Yes, Christians all believe that the soul will live on after the body has died.
As far as i know, all christians believe that.
Christians believe after Jesus was buried, he rose three days later! And we believe that right now, Jesus is preparing a place for His people (Christians). Which will result in a while different subject. (The Rapture, what Christians believe about the End Times)
Hindus believe in reincarnation; Christians don't. Hindus believe in karma siddantham; Christians don't.
Christians believe that angels are servants of God, and guardians of Christians. Demons are fallen angels that rebelled against God.
They believe there is a devil but don't believe in him in terms of following him. They follow Jesus Christ. Some christians believe in the devil
Most Christians believe that the ivory trade is wrong. They believe this because they believe in obeying the law and not harming animals or people.
Christians believe Jesus is the son of God, and Jews believe he is just a prophet.
Christians believe that the Messiah Has Come. Jews believe that He Has not.
Christians believe that Jesus exits because he was real. I am saying that and I am not a christian.
Christians believe that Jesus is God's son. He is the son of God.
Of course Christians believe in the Blessed Virgin, that's how they got Jesus.
Few Christians have this belive. But wether people believe or not it does not change the truth.