What is the name of Christianity sacred writings?
The Holy Bible that contains both the Old Testament and New Testament. There are 66 books of inspired writings.
Christianity: New Testament, Old Testament (Old Testament=Torah) Judaism: Torah, N'viim (Prophets), Kituvim (Writings), Islam: Koran
By most the sacred text of Christianity is called the Holy Bible - also referred to as the Scripture. It is a collection of writings inspired by God for mankind - a user's guide if you will. It can be summed up, IMHO, by the term 'love.'
The two sacred writings of India are Vedas and puranas.
The Holy Bible.
The Holy Bible.
The sacred writings of Hindus are known as VEDAs. They are foue in number. Apart from these, Ramayana and Maha Bharatha are also known to be sacred.
Unlike Judaism, Islam, and Protestantism, Christianity is not a religion "of the book", in other words, it is NOT based on holy writings. Christianity is based on the revelation of the Son of God, Jesus Christ, Our Blessed Lord, to His apostles, who were the founders of His Church, the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church, thus, holds the fullness of revelation, she has received this through Sacred Tradition, which is based on the Tradition which… Read More
St. John 5 : 19-29 Read ; (to attain faith and to lay hands unto eternal life)
There is not enough room to write a summary of all sacred writings. I suggest you try a search engine for sites devoted to each sacred writing.
The sacred sites of Christianity is basically the church.
No, there is no sacred word or saying for Christianity. Some denominations have chosen sacred words or sayings but those belong only to those denominations and do not transcend to the rest of Christianity. The closest Christianity has to having a sacred word is a sacred respect for the names of God but even in this, Christianity does not demand a death penalty when someone violates that sacred respect.
Generally, religions prefer to their sacred writings as scriptures. The Christians have the Bible, the Muslims the Koran, and the Hindus the four Vedas
The holy bible. Or the sacred book of Christianity, they say.
Buddha did not consider any text to be sacred. His followers decided to write down what they remembered he said as they were getting old. They never claimed the writings to be exact or sacred. Theravada uses just the writings of these as a reference. Mahayana has expanded the reference sources. The Vijarana (Dalai Lama) have even more different ones.
the sacred writing is called the BIBLE all other writings and belief's must!! harmonize with the BIBLE no matter who the author is!
the nihongi and the kojiki
The Holy Bible. Both the Old Testament and the New Testament.
Which name or term is best associated with the development of sacred music in medieval Christianity?
Guido of Arezzo
All 24 books of the Hebrew Bible are considered sacred to Judaism. The primary sacred books are the books of the Torah. Secondary would be the books of the Prophets, and lastly, the Holy Writings, such as the Psalms and Proverbs.
If by "sacred writings" you mean the Bible then, The Bible teaches: the non Christian how to put his relationship right with God and the Christian how to walk in fellowship with God.
The writings of the Church Fathers, The writings of St. Thomas Aquinas, The writings of CS Lewis, The writings of Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
Judaism and Christianity use it as a primary text. Islam and Bahai use it as a reference book. Chritianity combines it with the Gospel and calls it a Bible. Basically, any abrahamic religion uses it.
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… Read More
They have many writings. Among them are the Vedas, the Bhagad Gita, etc.
The Church Fathers.
Christianity: The Bible (Old Testament, and New Testament). Islam: The Kor'an. Judaism: Old Testament, Talmud. BahÃ¡'Ã Faith: Many different books, including the Most Holy Book, the Book of Certitude, and others. Buddhism: Various. Hinduism: Vedas, and several others. You can get a free download with sacred writings from several religions (searchable) at http://www.bahai-education.org/ocean/
some sacred objects of Christianity would be things like holy medals, crosses, and bibles
The sacred texts for Christianity would have to be the Holy Bible, which includes the Old Testament and the New Testament
The sacred texts of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are respectively Torah, Bible, and Quran.
The body of sacred writings of the Zoroastrian religion
I they are Agamas, or "precepts" or Siddhantas or "treatises."
Yes. The Bible is the sacred text for Christianity. For more information on the Christian, please read the Related Link below.
Faith is a confident belief in the truth, value, or trustworthiness of a person, idea, or thing. Bible is the sacred book of Christianity, a collection of ancient writings including the books of both the Old Testament and the New Testament.
The sacred writings in a whole is called the TaNaKh which stands for Torah, Nevi'im and Ketuvim. It is written in the Jewish language called Hebrew, except for the books Ezra, Nehemiah, Daniel which are written in Aramaic.
The Bible is the sacred text, or Scripture, of Christianity.
For Islam its the Quran and for Christianity its the Bible.
The sacred text for Christianity is The Holy Bible.
The supposition in the question that there are three holy books in Judaism is incorrect. The Hebrew Bible or Tanakh is the only sacred text in Judaism. The Torah is part of the Hebrew Bible, specifically its first five books and is not a separate work. The question was likely thinking about the Talmud, which is incorrectly believed by many Non-Jews to be a sacred text in Judaism. The Talmud is considered a legal codification… Read More
Upanishads and Vedas are sacred writings of the Hindus
Just about every single one.
Torah is the Sacred Scripture of Judaism. The Bible is the Sacred Scripture of Christianity. The Quran is the Sacred Scripture of Islam. The Vedas & the Bhagad Gita are the Sacred Scripture of Hinduism. The Tipitaka and the Pali Canons are the Sacred Scriptures of Buddhism(both Theraveda & Mahayana).
The Jewish Bible is called 'Tanach'. The word Tanach is an acronym made up of the names of its three sections: Torah (Teachings), Nevi'im (Prophets), K'tuvim (Writings). The Christian Old Testament was based on the Tanach, however, the OT was altered by the Christian Church to support the teachings of Christianity.
It is the Bible.
No. The Talmud is an explanatory legal treatise in Judaism. It is not a "sacred text" nor is it affiliated with Christianity in any way. (The Jewish sacred text is the Tanakh or Jewish Bible.)
The Holy Bible
Both Judaism and Christianity consider the Hebrew Bible to be part of their sacred scriptures. Islam believes that the Hebrew Bible is the writings of the prophets of God but that the Koran is the ultimate prophecy given by God.
According to Hindu Vedas Mahabharata Ramayan Bhagwat Geeta are the most holy writings. These were written by Supreme God himself.
The writings of Buddhism are based on the teachings of the Buddha. Buddhas's teachings are not based on a previously existing set of writings. This is different from Christianity where the teachings are based in part on, and with refernece to, previous Jewish documents. Answer: Much of Buddhist thought comes from Hindu which comes from Brahmanism. The Hindu "sacred texts" (documents) are known as "Vedas." There are four primary Vedas. The Buddhist "sacred texts" (documents)… Read More
The Holy Bible, the writings of the Church Fathers, & various other writers such as St. Thomas Aquinas.
Christianity does not have one universal sacred language. Depending on denomination and time in history, the following languages have had special use in churches: Latin Greek Coptic Syriac/Neo-Aramaic