Some of us worship by listening to music, others by prayer..Worship is different for everyone
Christians live all over the world. In America Christians are free to worship when ever and where ever they want. In some other countries they are not allowed to worship in public, but there are still Christians all over the world.
Because the Christians would not partake of Emperor worship and because they were somewhat secretive in their worship, believers received the wrathful displeasure of some of the Roman Emperors.
Christians don't worship places like cities, buildings, altars, temples etc. They worship God and Jesus. If you are asking what are some places where Christians worship, the answer is: everywhere. Whether individually or in a small group or in a large group, Christians worship everywhere. They worship in their homes, in church buildings, in parking lots, in airports, in barns, on the street, in their car, on the train, in school, during work, in a store, in prisons and in any other place you can think of.
If you are referring to religion, the majority is christians but ofc there are some other religions there to. If the question is referring to what they worship in general the answer is BACON!
Some see it as promoting unchristian principles, such as devil worship. Most Christians simply ignore that aspect of it and have fun.
Where you worship depends on your religion, not your nationality. Most Christians (in Sweden and worldwide) worship in churches, however some prefer to worship at home. Most Jews (in Sweden and worldwide) worship in a synogogue or temple.
So people didn't worship the icons.
So people didn't worship the icons.
It depends on your denomination. The Seventh Day Adventists worship God on Saturday. Some Christians do nothing on Saturday to keep the day holy and others do some stuff and worship God on Sunday the first day of the week. Consantine started the Sunday Worship. There are a lot of pros and cons for the day of the week to worship God. My answer is that everyday is a day to worship God and it does not hurt to Worship as a fellowship on the Sabbath as shown in the ten commandments. Although my denomination does not do that.
Some people see us as a regular church. But, we only worship on Saturdays. Some see us as cults (I do not know why).
Christians worship in church by praying to God, singing praises to Him and listening to a sermon about some Bible topic. Christians also fellowship with one another in church and talk about their faith to one another and encourage each other in their faith. But it isn't WHERE we worship God that matters, it is HOW we worship God. And Jesus confirmed in John 4:24 that we are to worship God in spirit and truth.
Some people do not believe the Bible, but Christians believe it is right.
Whether you accept that you can worship Jesus depends on your religious beliefs. Only those who accept that Jesus is God, as Christians do, will feel that they can worship Jesus. What some might find confusing is that we do not worship Jesus by going to a specific place, or performing specific rituals. The worship the Jesus commands is enacted internally and expressed externally - so someone who wishes to worship Jesus will serve fellow Christians and non-Christians. The nature of this service may differ, but ultimately a person doing good deeds to honour God and Jesus is worshipping Jesus by doing that.
people worship Christianity in a church, some thousand years ago the first christians worshipped out in the open because there was no church because of roman persecution.
Christians do not require any "equipment" when praying. However, some Catholic Christians use the rosary. Both Catholic and Orthodox Christians are more likely than Protestants to use visual representations of Jesus and the saints in their worship, although Protestants often have an (empty) cross in their places of worship as a symbol of Jesus' death and resurrection.
Because they did not worship gods or goddesses like the Romans did. Some Christians turned away from their responsibilities as Roman citizens, such as serving in the army.
Pagan Romans believed that there were many gods, and wanted the Christians to worship or at least recognize Roman gods in their worship as well as the Christian God. The Christians wouldn't do this, because it went against their religion to worship more than one god. The pagans also wanted the Christians to do ritualistic sacrifices to their gods, which the Christians also refused to do, as well as worship the Roman emperor. Not worshipping the Roman gods, not sacrificing to the gods, and not worshipping the emperor were all crimes of law in Rome, and so many Christians were killed for not doing these things. Christians were also accused of cannibalism (this is my body, eat this is remembrance of me...), and not contributing to society/laziness.
AnswerAfter the death of a respected emperor, he was usually consecrated as a devus among the gods. A devus was a god who had once been human. rather than a true god ( deus). Nevertheless, it was seen as a mark of atheism not to worship the departed emperors.Christians, in common with the Jews, were monotheistic and thus refused to worship the departed emperors, who they said could not be gods and were therefore unworthy of worship. While Jews were always granted an exemption from this worship, out of respect for their faith, Christians were at least nominally required to worship departed emperors. some were prepared to suffer martyrdom rather than do so.
Many modern day religions worship in buildings they call temples. These include Buddhists, Jews, Sikhs, Hindus, Taoists, Mormons, and some Protestant Christians.
Basically the building in which Christians worship is called a "church", although some call the building a "temple' or a "house of worship". The building itself is not important, but what goes on inside of the building, which should be worship, prayer, singing, teaching, fellowship, etc.
AnswerFor some Christians, the greatest act of worhip is prayer and church rituals. For others, the greatest act of worhip is in selfless acts of charity, often without reward or recognition.
Some Christians think so because of it's links to paganism, dead worship, animal sacrifice, and the Underworld.
They were mostly worshiping Allah (or God in English) but with partners or Idols. In addition, there were some Jews and Christians as minority.
Some of the largest Sabbath keeping Churches would be the Seventh Day Baptist, Seventh-day Adventist, Church of God and the United Church of God