What Is Christianity?
Christianity is a religion that centers on the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Christians believe that God sent his son to earth to rescue us from sin, death, and hell.
The word “Christian” comes from the Greek words christos, meaning “son of God,” and ekklesia, meaning “church.” Christianity is based on the teachings of Jesus and the Bible.
Jesus taught his followers to pray for the sick and the needy, and to heal them in many ways. He also showed them how to cast out demons from people’s lives.
Demons can cause many problems in a person’s life, including causing them to fall into bad habits, to make bad decisions, or to do things that are not Godly. The Bible describes how God can help people get rid of demons.
It is true that some Christians have had personal experiences of being delivered from demonic possession by the Holy Spirit. These individuals are taught to interpret these experiences as evidence that God is working in their lives. They are also taught not to question the results of these experiences, lest they yield to the demonic.