The Holy Bible (the Old and New Testaments) is regarded by Christians as scripture and inspired by God.
However, there is a huge plethora of other Christian writing from the early Church Fathers (Irenaeus, Clement etc) through to Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, and modern day theologians like Alisdair McGrath.
The main text of Christianity is the Holy Bible.
The major texts of the religion of Christianity are the Old and New Testaments. The two form what is known was the Bible.
The sacred texts for Christianity would have to be the Holy Bible, which includes the Old Testament and the New Testament
It is the Bible.
The sacred texts of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are respectively Torah, Bible, and Quran.
For Islam its the Quran and for Christianity its the Bible.
The Bible is the sacred text, or Scripture, of Christianity.
Judaism: Torah Christianity: The Bible Islam: Quran
The Holy Bible.
The holy book is the Torah and the Psalm.
Plenty of christians get scared. If you mean sacred, it's the Bible.
The Holy Bible, for Christians. The Muslims have the Quran, the hadith.
All three believe that God exists.
Both religions developed sacred texts for their followers.
Everyone has a different opinion. In my opinion, Islam resembles Judaism more than Christianity in its stricter observance of monotheism, similar texts (the Quran and the Torah, respectively), the language those texts were revealed in (Arabic and Hebrew are both Semitic languages), etc.
There are five major Abrahamic religions in the world today: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, the Baha'i Faith, and The Church of Latter Day Saints (Mormonism) which considers itself to be a subset of Christianity. Of these five traditions only two, Judaism and Christianity, share any sacred texts in common: Judaism's Tanakh is Christianity's Old Testament. Islam considers the Qur'an and the various biographies of the prophet Muhammed to be its core sacred texts. Baha'i takes the writings of its prophet Baha'u'llah to be its core sacred texts. And The Church of Latter Day Saints considers the Book of Mormon to be its primary sacred text.
Gandhi admired peace and nonviolence. According to Sacred Texts and Scriptures both Hinduism and Christianity teaches peace and one Supreme God.
No. It is the text of Islam (Muslims). Other texts such as the Bible and Torah are used in other religions such as Christianity and Judaism.
Gabriel means God is my strength and is known as the angel of revelation. Gabriel plays an important part in the religious texts of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. Some texts in the bible that refer to Angel Gabriel are Daniel 9:22 and Luke 1:30-31.
The Bible is the only true standard and sacred text of Christianity, from the first book of Moses, Genesis, to John's final book, Revelations, all the other 64 books in between.
The Bible is the holy book of Christianity. Of which there several 'varieties' Some of whom have slightly different versions. Therefore Christianity has the best Bible. Other religions call their holy texts other names.
Yes, Hinduism has lot India common with Christianity. The law of cause and effect (karma) is very similar India both the religions. Also Sacred Texts state many similarities.
No one can be sure about this subject. It all depends on what you believe. A Christian obviously thinks that Christianity is the truth, but a Hindu or Muslim would think that it is not true. The fact is that Christianity can be neither proved nor disporved by any means we have today. All we have to tell the truth are ancient texts that have been translated over and over again.
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No, you cannot change texts when you receive them. You have to keep them the way that they are. You can only delete texts, or, depending on what kind of phone you have, you can block texts.