Where did christianty began?
cristianity began when hazrat Isa (R.S) was born peole thought that hazrat isa is the son of ALLAH and hazrat isa's mother is the wife of ALLAH the people who belive this are called cristians
Christianity does not come in different branches. Either it's Christianity, or it's NOT Christianity. The Bible states that just because a particular religion calls itself 'Christian' does not mean that it is. Anyone can call themselves whatever they want. Just because someone says they believe… in Jesus, does not mean that Jesus accepts them as his genuine disciples. The Bible itself states in Matt 7:21-23: (New Century Version) "Not all those who say 'You are our Lord' will enter the kingdom of heaven. The only people who will enter the kingdom of heaven are those who do what my Father in heaven wants. 22 On the last day many people will say to me, 'Lord, Lord, we spoke for you, and through you we forced out demons and did many miracles.' 23 Then I will tell them clearly, 'Get away from me, you who do evil. I never knew you .' Example: Most religions who call themselves 'Christian' out of one side of their mouth; with the other side of their mouth they teach the concept of 'eternal torment'. Yet the Bible teaches that 'God is LOVE'. God is compassionate. The two concepts, are not compatible. Either 'God is LOVE' ~~or~~ God 'torments eternally'. It can't be both. One concept honors God's true personality; the other dishonors and slanders God's personality. Titus 1:16 states: (CEB) " They claim to know God , but they deny God by the things that they do . They are detestable, disobedient, and disqualified to do anything good." The Bible states in 1 Cor 1:10 that Christ's disciples not be split into groups, or divided into branches: (NCV) ". . . . that all of you agree with each other and not be split into groups . I beg that you be completely joined together by having the same kind of thinking and the same purpose ." ( Full Answer )
I cannot speak for every group that calls itself Christian, but as for Jehovah's Witnesses, we have taken the Truth of God's Kingdom to 235 lands and islands of the sea. According to the Watchtower website, there are witnesses in certain countries where the preaching work is banned, but the preach…ing work is taking place "underground". . Answer . All around the world.. ( Full Answer )
Explorers from Europe, sailing across the Atlantic. Subsequently, the American colonies was considered a safe enough haven by those suffering religious persecution (ie: Catholics and Nonconformists) from the Anglican Church
Answer . This is just a really quick answer that can be and really should expanded on ...Jesus established the church when he was here on earth. He left us His Last testament (the New Testament in the Bible) to follow after His death and resurrection. To become a part of His church, one must beli…eve he is the Son of God and died to take away the sins of all mankind(John 1:12 and 1 John 5:13), turn away from sin and follow His word Mark 6:12), confess He is the Son of God (Romams 10:9) and then be baptized (to wash away your sins) (Mark 16:16; Act 2:38) into the church. Ultimately, Jesus was the founder of the church but many men (but not all) have, over time, changed His original plan. ( Full Answer )
"Christianity" usually refers to the groups of individuals who purport to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ. They were first called Christians in Antioch. "Christian" might be defined to mean: men and women who are so much (or act so much) like Jesus Christ they called these people "Christ'ians" …or Litttle Christs. ( Full Answer )
Christianity should be taught in the home for starters. It is taught in churches, missions, Christian schools, on the street corner, in bible studies. It is taught just about everywhere but there are places where it is illegal and you can be punished, imprisioned, and even put to death in some count…ries. Sad to say but it is becoming illegal in the US. Some people are told that they cannot say the name of Jesus in a public school or a public gathering. They are wrong. It can be taught anywhere if you stand up for what you believe. ( Full Answer )
Christianity was founded by followers of Jesus Christ in the middle east. This is according, of course, to the Christian Greek scriptures of the Bible.
pretty much the role of any human regardless of gender is simply to live your life as you see fit it is your life and God gave you freedom to do and think as you like (however there are consequences) your role in life is simply to live not to have a bunch of rhetoric telling you what to do, now I am… not advocating forsaking christian values and teachings but your life is yours to live as you see fit, win the bread, raise the kids do what you like as a man just so long as you do it. however most normal christian families and from what the bible tells us, men are the boss of the household without being cruel and their wives should obey them without being slaves, both people need to follow the bible and obey God by this if you are both good morale people you will have an exceedingly happy marriage. ( Full Answer )
The laws of Christianity are the 10 commandments. but no one can possibly follow them, and God knows that, which is why he sent his only son, Jesus Christ, that whoever believes in him SHALL NOT PERISH, but live in everlasting peace. this is what makes Christianity different than any other religio…n in the world. In every other religion, you can't be sure if you're saved or not, because your salvation depends on your own good works. the truth is that all have sinned and fall short of the glory of god. but god made him who had no sin to BE sin for us, so that he could take our place and sacrifice himself for our eternal salvation. Jesus really did suffer hell in our place. so the next time you say "that was hell on earth" remember that Jesus is the only one who really experienced Hell on Earth! I hope this helped you understand...many people still think Christianity is just another good-works-religion. ( Full Answer )
Answer 1. Israel at the time of Christ Answer 2. Just outside the Garden of Eden. Adam and Eve were taght the gospel from the beginning. After their transgession they were taught about the atonement that they might know in whom to have hope and where and how salvation cometh. Isaiah (Old Testament) …taught about the coming of the savior. Prophets in the Americas taught the people to look forward to the atonement before it happened (Book of Mormon). ( Full Answer )
Mary and Joseph and Jesus and Paul and Robin Hood. Also Orlando Bloom, David Tennant, Angelina Jolie and Barack Obama. (Also Britney Spears but it is illegal to say her name!)
Definitely. The Church of England (Anglican Church) is a break away from the Catholic Church and therefore following the basic ideals of Christianity. King Henry VIII wanted to divorce but the Pope wouldn't let him so he broke away, creating his own church, still following the same ideals but allowi…ng him to divorce and making the crown the head of the church. Church of England and Catholicism are still very similar today and both are Christian churches and both, along with many others, are in England today. ( Full Answer )
\nChristianity is said to have 'begun' at Pentecost, when the Holy Spirit descended to the apostles when they were in the upper room in Jerusalem. That would have been in ancient Israel.
Christianity can be seen as a "branch off" of Judaism. The belief in the divinity of Jesus is the difference between Christians and Jews.
I assume you mean beliefs, right?. several basic things to believe, or things that Christians believe are.... 1. God, the creator of heaven and earth loves all, and cares for all beings.. 2. Jesus Christ, the son of God, was born and brought great miracles to people and died on the cross to rid u…s of our sins (ultimate sacrifice).. 3. Because people sin, there is that distinction between us and God/Jesus.. 4. The ability to stop our sins cannot be done by ourselves (you must have God to do this). 5. God offers salvation and God's love to ANYONE who is willing to accept him.. 6. Only through worship of Christ and love will you gain your salvation, not just by simply attending a church.. There are some important basics for you to remember ( Full Answer )
It's hard to speak for all the English but they have an established church there, and they try to keep as broad a perspective as possible. Even their church is neither Protestant nor Catholic exclusively.
Since creation, God has interacted with man. The formalized interaction became what we call Judaism. Somewhere around 3-5 BC, God sent His Son, Jesus, to the earth to be a substitutionary sacrifice for man's sin. He fulfilled many of the elements of Judaism and entered into a new covenant with manki…nd. Those who accepted Him and His teachings were called by many names, but the Bible tells us that around AD 44, "and when he found him, he brought him to Antioch. So for a whole year Barnabas and Saul met with the church and taught great numbers of people. The disciples were called Christians first at Antioch." Acts 11:26 - New International Version (Â©1984). The beginning of the name was AD 44. Christianity as a belief system was an outgrowth of Judaism at the time of Christ. ( Full Answer )
The Bible says to repent of your sins, change your lifestyle accordingly, Learn about Jesus Christ, follow his example, and above all show Love for your fellow man.
There are several types of Christianity, and there are a number of different leaders. The branch of Christianity with the largest membership is the Roman Catholic Church, which is currently lead by His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI.
That would depend upon which denomination you ask the question to.Most in Christianity have discontinued the 7 Holy Days or Sabbathsof God along with the weekly 7th day Sabbath of sunset Friday tosunset Saturday around the 4th Century AD via the Roman church.These were the original Holy Days Jesus, …the Apostle and thedisciples had followed since they were first codified in Leviticusto the House of Israel - albeit they took on newer meanings in theNew Testament Church - an example would be Jesus as our Passover,and the birth of the Church at Pentecost. Today, many Christians celebrate Christmas and Easter, along withvarious other holy days as their denomination does. ( Full Answer )
Christianity: Is a belief that a Jew who supposed to have lived approximately two thousand years ago was the Jewish Messiah that he had been promised to the Hebrew or Jewish people: In the writings of the Bible , generally the King James version, the man's name was Jesus. Many believed him to be the… Christ,. OR Savior of the Jews.. According to the Bible this man performed many miracles. His followers, after his death, apparently continued to convert people to the new form of Judaism. At that time to be a Christian, you first had to be a Jew. This idea was changed (see Saul or Paul of Tarsus) and all were accepted into the New religion, without first becoming a Jew. The first organized Christianity was when the Roman Emperor commonly known as Constantine I, Constantine the Great, or Saint Constantine, was Roman Emperor from 306 to 337. Best known for being the first Christian Roman emperor, Constantine reversed the persecutions of his predecessor, Diocletian , and issued the Edict of Milan in 313, which proclaimed religious tolerance of Christians. The Catholic Church was began at this time. And it grew into a very powerful entity of itself. In the early 1500's a Priest named Martin Luther caused a split or protest against the catholic church. Which has led us today to the Christians of today the Catholics, 2 kinds the Greek orthodox & the Roman Catholics, and the protestants, which are too many to name. If you are a Christian you celebrate 2 holidays, in honor of this man Jesus. His Birth which the date is not told in the bible, and his death, which the approx time is told in the Bible, "at the time of the Passover" ( Full Answer )
In Christianity we believe that all people have a spiritual part of them. Though our bodies die, our spirits go on. If you are a believer and are saved from the Justice deserved by your sins, you will live in heaven with God forever. However if you do not accept Christ as a savior from judgement, yo…u will go on in Hell, which is the area created for the Devil and his Angels apart from God. So we believe that all will go on living after death, and that the grave is not the completion. ( Full Answer )
There are many different types of Christians like Lutheran, Methodist, Babtist, and many other. there really is no MAIN type
For God so loved the world ( u and I ) that he gave his only beggotten son that whoeverbelieves in him should not parish but have ever lasting life (john 3:16). (18) he who believes in himis not condemned but he who does not believe is condemned already
It all began when god sent a message to David ( or somebody) that that God's son (Jesus) will be coming. That's when Christianity began (I think)
God, Jesus, Mary (Jesus' mother) and the 12 disciples (but we pray to God and Jesus).
Jesus did not spread Christianity , but the apostles and Paul spread it over the world.
If you mean it's true beginning it would be with Abraham, if you mean it's separation from Judaism it would be the birth of Christ, or when He first began to gather followers.
No, Christianity is a belief not a ritual. a ritual is a type of ceremony that you take part in.
Yes. Christianity recognises only one Deity - although within that Deity it acknowledges three 'persons': - the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
Only going by my very Christian and very lovely sister's wedding: 3 white candles, in the Church, at first unlit. When came almost the time to announce the Bride and Groom were announced man and wife, the Minister lit the Bride and Groom's candles, that they held. Then, the bride and groom stood nea…r the 3rd candle and used their own candles to light the 3rd Candle, so that spiritually, they were married at that instant, the Minister announced to all in the Church that my sister and brother in law were NOW married; so that the lights, the spiritual light of both Bride and Groom became ONE, and also that the Minister said that: the lights of the Bride and Groom are now, when the 3rd candle was lit, the spiritual light of the 2 candles becomes ONE and ALSO GREATER than before. This ceremony required a 3-fold candle holder, at the front of the Church, and the 3rd candle was in the MIDDLE, the other two candles at the sides, and is also I suppose, a symbolic and lovely gesture from my sister and her husband, the 3 candles also symbolic of Father, Son, Holy Spirit. ( Full Answer )
in away all the five pillars are similar to Christianities faith but this is not as close.
People have followed the one true God since the beginning of time, but "Christianity" or "Christ following" didn't come about till Jesus died on the cross in about 30 AD.
The three believe in Almighty God, holy books, angels, prophets,life hereafter, day of Judgement etc
Moses, Samuel, Jeremiah, Isaiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, & St. John the Baptist. St. John the Apostle was too.
we believe that we go to heaven and live forever after in happiness with God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit
Catholicism is a form of Christianity. Christianity includes more than Catholicism. The people in New York are Americans. Not all Americans are New Yorkers. The People in Paris are all frenchmen. Not all Frenchmen are Parisians.
Christians believe in a lot of things, her are a few key beliefs: 1. There is only on true God. This is the definition for the word Monotheism. 2. Jesus was the human representation of God. He came to earth to to cleanse humans of they're sins by dying on the cross. 3. You cannot go to heaven …unless you decide to yourself. You do this by accepting Jesus into you heart, the spiritual representation of the soul, and asking for forgiveness of your wrong doings, or sins. ( Full Answer )
Do you mean child? In Christianity, there is was is called baby dedication. It is not so much the celebration of the naming of your child, but promising to the Lord and the church that you will raise your child in the Christian ways. There is no celebration of the actual naming.
Apparently, based on statements from the leaders of many Christian faith groups, Buddhists and any other folks who aren't Christians are doomed to burn forever in the Christian Hell (in a kindly and loving fashion through the Christian god) even though they may have led exemplary lives of service to… their fellow man and society. ( Full Answer )
Christianity came after and evolving from Judaism and was about 1 Ce when Jesus (son of god ) was born
The coming of Christ is foretold in the Jewish Torah (the old testament). The new testament documents the birth of Christ, his ministry, death and resurrection as predicted in the Torah.
Islam and Christianity share the following: . Both are widely believed religions. . Both believe in all God prophets (except prophet Muhammad not believed by Christians) . Both believe in all God holy books (except Quran not believed by Christians) . Both believe in God's angels. . Both bel…ieve in the last Day of Judgment. . Both believe in Paradise/Heaven and Hell. . Both believe that no one enters Paradise/Heaven by own deeds/merit but rather by God Mercy and forgiveness. . Both believe in eternal life after earthly death. . Both forbid adultery, robbery, unjustified killing, cheating and lying. . Both religions are similar in practicing mutual respect to their believers. Quran says (meaning English translation): " .... You will find the nearest in love to Muslims those who say 'we are Christians'. That is because amongst them are men devoted to learning and men who have renounced the world and they are not arrogant. And when they listen to the Quran revelation received by the Messenger (Muhammad), you see their eyes overflowing with tears because of the truth they have recognized. ... So because of what they said, Allah (God) rewarded them ... ." [Quran, chapter 5, verses 82-86] ( Full Answer )
Currently the country that has the lowest amount of percentage of population who is atheist is the country of Estonia. Highly in need of missionaries.
Yes, and no. Christianity is the religion that the Catholic Church believes and professes. All Catholics are Christians, but not all Christians are Catholic. Catholicism is the practice of being a Catholic Christian. In other words, Catholicism is not a religion, but a part of the Christian rel…igion. Or, some would say not even just a part of, but the best or truest expression of the Christian religion. Either way, the religion is Christian, the church is Catholic. ( Full Answer )
At first the Romans considered Christianity a Jewish sect. When it officially split from Judaism it was considered a subversive sect due to the Christians' refusal to offer sacrifices for the good of the empire. At first the Romans considered Christianity a Jewish sect. When it officially split fro…m Judaism it was considered a subversive sect due to the Christians' refusal to offer sacrifices for the good of the empire. At first the Romans considered Christianity a Jewish sect. When it officially split from Judaism it was considered a subversive sect due to the Christians' refusal to offer sacrifices for the good of the empire. At first the Romans considered Christianity a Jewish sect. When it officially split from Judaism it was considered a subversive sect due to the Christians' refusal to offer sacrifices for the good of the empire. At first the Romans considered Christianity a Jewish sect. When it officially split from Judaism it was considered a subversive sect due to the Christians' refusal to offer sacrifices for the good of the empire. At first the Romans considered Christianity a Jewish sect. When it officially split from Judaism it was considered a subversive sect due to the Christians' refusal to offer sacrifices for the good of the empire. At first the Romans considered Christianity a Jewish sect. When it officially split from Judaism it was considered a subversive sect due to the Christians' refusal to offer sacrifices for the good of the empire. At first the Romans considered Christianity a Jewish sect. When it officially split from Judaism it was considered a subversive sect due to the Christians' refusal to offer sacrifices for the good of the empire. At first the Romans considered Christianity a Jewish sect. When it officially split from Judaism it was considered a subversive sect due to the Christians' refusal to offer sacrifices for the good of the empire. ( Full Answer )
There are many different denominations of Christianity including: non-denominational, social independent baptists, lutherans, presbyterians, methodists, pentecostals, catholics, and protestants. As well as baptists and anglicans, those last two tend to be less Bible-based. Many Christians in Africa …are Anglican and maybe they are less Bible based because of unfortunate lack of literacy in impoverished countries. ( Full Answer )
Christians lift our hands up and praise and worship and adore our Holy God whom we love and whom loves us. We are grateful to God, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit.
Christianity in Rome would still be Christianity. Back in the timesof the Roman Empire, they believed in multiple gods.
Most biblical scholars would say Jerusalem, Israel. Many wouldagree it happened on Pentecost Sunday, June 17, 31 AD when God'sHoly Spirit fell upon the disciples and 3,000 of the crowd thatday.