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The Challenges of Christianity


The Challenges of Christianity

Christianity is a religion based on the life of Jesus of Nazareth. It is an Abrahamic monotheistic religion that has 2.38 billion followers worldwide. Christians believe that Jesus was the son of God and that He died for their sins and rose again.

Christianity has become the world’s largest religion. One-third of the globe’s population is Christian. The Christian faith teaches that the kingdom of heaven is at hand. But Christianity is also a challenging faith. Many Christians are challenged by the power of God and their own moral character.

Christianity is a faith that emphasizes miracles. These include healing, supernatural gifts, and infilling of the Holy Spirit. Although church leaders restricted prayer for the sick and exorcisms of demons, Christians continued to pray for the sick and perform supernatural acts of healing.

In the New Testament, there are many stories of Christians performing miracles. Jesus healed people, raised the dead, and performed other powerful deeds. During the apostolic era, apostles had the ability to do miracles, but the gift of healing was not one of them.

After the apostolic era, many Christians expected miracles to stop. Some believed that Jesus ceased doing miracles after he was resurrected. Others questioned the existence of spirits and healing.

Church historians have not been able to determine the exact date when healings stopped. However, many Protestants have reported a “second blessing” after infilling the Holy Spirit, which is a form of sanctification.

The church has been influenced by the charismatics, which teach that God wants every Christian to be healthy. But the charismatics continue to hook people with the fear of disease.

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