What Is Christianity?
Christianity is a faith that believes in the teachings of Jesus and a holy book called the Bible. It has many unique branches that differ greatly from each other, but all of them share a common core belief in one God and the message of salvation that is delivered by Jesus Christ.
Deliverance, Casting Out Demons and Healing the Sick
Some Christians believe that everyone who has faith in Jesus will be healed. These people say that if someone is not healed, then they must be disobedient or faithless.
However, this type of thinking ignores the fact that Jesus said to his disciples that they would not be able to do miracles if they had not first been taught by him (Matthew 8:12). It also ignores the fact that prayer is our greatest resource.
The Word of God is the most authoritative source for Christian beliefs and practices, including how to be a Christian. It is the foundation upon which Christians build their lives and their communities.
Christians believe in one God, who is revealed as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. They also believe that Jesus was both fully human and fully divine. They also believe that Jesus died on the cross for their sins and was resurrected. They believe that this is the only way to be saved from sin and hell. They also believe that the Bible is the inspired, God-breathed word of God and that it is the final authority in all matters of faith and practice.