The Basics of Christianity
Christianity is the world’s largest religion with a number of practices and traditions which are common to all followers. These include praying, visiting a church on Sunday and participating in a service.
The Bible is the holy book that Christians believe contains the words of God. There are a number of different branches of Christianity, but all share a belief in one God and His son Jesus Christ.
Christians also believe that Jesus was a historical figure who lived around 2000 years ago and was resurrected from the dead after three days. They believe that he is the son of God and that his life on earth is proof of the existence of the Creator and His plan to save mankind from sin.
During his lifetime, Jesus built up a following of followers who were loyal and faithful to him. However, Jesus made enemies among some religious and political leaders of his day who were so threatened by his popularity that they sent him to be crucified.
In his death on the cross, Jesus sacrificed his human body to pay for the sins of the world. This painful act demonstrates how much God loves mankind and his desire to redeem them from the power of sin and evil. This is why Christians believe that God has forgiven all of the wrongs in the world through his son, Jesus. In addition, Christians also believe that Jesus is coming back again in the future to set up his kingdom and reign over the earth.