Judaism was the forerunner of Christianity. The divergence came with the coming of the promised Messiah or redeemer in the person of Jesus Christ who said "Think not that I have come to abolish the law and the prophets. I have not come to abolish them but to fulfil them" The Pascal lamb now became the Lamb of God and from the time the New Covenant came into effect at the Last Supper there are no more intermediaries like Moses and the prophets and God again deals directly with each one of us because the sin of Adam no longer applies.
The New Covenant:"Behold, the days are coming, says the Lord, when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and the house of Judah, not like the covenant which I made with their fathers when I took them by the hand to bring them out of the land of Egypt, my covenant which they broke, though I was their husband, says the Lord. But this is the covenant which I will make with the house of Israel after those days, says the Lord: I will put my law within them, and I will write it upon their hearts; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people. And no longer shall each man teach his neighbour and each his brother, saying, 'Know the Lord,' for they shall all know me, from the least of them to the greatest, says the Lord; for I will forgive their iniquity, and I will remember their sin no more."(Jeremiah Ch 31) .
i don't believe catholism is part of the true church ! you may not agree,but they believe in work salvation,while christians believe in grace alone(their are other doctrinal errors as well!).i did not post the first answer,by the way . i don't mean to be offensive if you are a catholic,but i believe God is telling me to speak the truth.Jewish Answer
The majority of the core tenets found in Christianity/Catholicism completely go against the teachings of Judaism.
Examples of differences are that Judaism doesn't accept:
These are just some examples, there are far more differences between Judaism and Christianity.
Yes. Catholicism is a major branch of Christianity. Christianity and Judaism are two different religions.
Jesus of Nazareth invented the very popular religion, Christianity. Jews believe in Judaism and Catholics believe in Catholicism. Judaism is the religion that Jews celebrate. It is different from Christianity and Catholicism because they think that Jesus wasn't the Messiah and that he or she will come any day now. Catholicism is different from Christianity and Judaism because they believe in and worship the Virgin Mary.
Judaism Roman Catholicism Christianity
Judaism and Christianity are two religions connected to each other as Christianity stems, or has its roots in, Judaism; they are, however, separate religions. Catholicism is the largest denomination in the Religion call Christianity.
How is the nature of God in Judaism different from God in Christianity
No. All forms of Christianity come from Judaic roots.
Islam, Orthodox Christianity, Catholicism, Agnosticism, Judaism, and Atheism.
Christianity (Catholicism & Protestant), Judaism, and Islam.
In a way. Catholicism is a form of Christianity, and CHRISTIANITY started out in the middle-eastern lands (Most likely around the area of Palestine), Judaism started near the same place. However, Catholicism actually started out in Europe. Catholicism is a "Modification of Christianity", according to many Christians of many sects. All three of the "Abrahamic Faiths" started out in the Middle East. Those faiths being: Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. I hope this has answered your question! =) thanks for answering it!! this is the person who wrote it.
No, Christianity is a different entity.
Judaism is where Christianity had originated from. The Religions as far as god start from the Jewish, then to Christianity, which branches to Catholicism which then branches to all kinds of Christian faiths. But, to answer the question bluntly, it started with Judaism.
Anything not mainstream would not be the following: Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Catholicism, Hinduism, Buddhism.
First of all Christianity and catholicism aren't different religions Christianity is the religion Catholicism is a denomination of Christianity And to answer your question they are christians the denomination is unknown
Jewish/Jew Catholicism is the religion not the term for people who follow it. Catholics follow Catholicism. Like Christians follow Christianity. Jews follow Judaism.
I believe you mean as in 'religions of belief in God.' If that's what you mean then Yes, there are 2 other religions that could be categorized that way. Their names are Judaism and Christianity.
Judaism is the older of the two religions. Christianity stems from the Jewish faith as Jesus was a Jew and started his Church in this tradition.
Christianity believes that Jesus Christ is the promised messiah. Judaism is still waiting for the promised messiah.
Christianity has the most followers, but is divided into many branches (Catholicism being the largest). Additionally, different religions are dominant in different places. Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Voodoo, and Chinese Folk Religion all have countries in which they dominate as the principle religion.
Catholicism and any form of Christianity was inexistent prior to Jesus since the whole point of Christianity is Jesus as Christ and savior of mankind. Before Jesus all there was (respecting Hebrew religions) was Judaism. Jesus himself was a Jew
Christianity is a belief in Christ and all he stands for. Catholicism is a Christian Church. So Christianity is the bigger umbrella over many different religions including Catholicism.
Judaism, Christianity, & Islam.
No, in fact Catholicism and Judaism ideologically have very little in common. However, some principles and customs of Catholicism have their origins in Judaism.
Catholicism IS Christianity.
Christianity (primarily Catholicism) is by far the main religion, followed by traditional ethnic religions, Judaism, and Baha'i.
From greatest to smallest 1) Christianity and Catholicism 2) Islam 3) Judaism There are also some nonbelievers