What Is Christianity?
The Holy Bible is a book of divine revelation given to humankind in written form (Hebrews 4:12), that communicates God’s will and instructions for living.
Christian faith is based on the belief that God sent his son Jesus to die on the cross as a sacrifice to atone for our sins and make us righteous. Christians also believe that the Holy Spirit is the presence of God in their lives and that he will guide them into all truth.
Christianity is a complex and bewildering tradition. It combines thousands of separate churches, sects, and denominations.
The word christianity is derived from the Greek
Christians have many different ways of worshiping and interacting with one another, but they all share in the basic beliefs that Jesus is the Son of God. They also believe that God forgives all who repent and follow him.
They also have faith that God will bring believers into heaven at the end of their earthly lives. They are taught to be kind, loving, and compassionate toward others.
Casting out demons is a major part of a Christian’s ministry. It is a power that comes from the Holy Spirit, and it is believed to be passed down from Jesus.
Healing the sick is another important aspect of a Christian’s work. It is a powerful tool that enables the Church to stand between God and the world, seeking to bring healing and love to the dark places in the human psyche where sin and Satan reign.