Followers of Christianity are called Christians. They believe there is only one god. Christians believe in the Trinity; the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. They believe in the declaration of faith, which is salvation. Salvation means being saved for eternity. Christians believe in Jesus Christ, and practice prayer. Christians do baptisms, which is the introduction to Christianity. Another practice they do is Holy Communion, sharing bread and wine to remember the last supper. They worship in church buildings. Worship leaders are ministers, preachers, priests, pastors, father, and reverends. The Holy Bible is the holy book for Christian. The Holy Bible contains the Old and New testament.Sunday is a holy day of worship. Holidays are Christmas and Easter. Christmas celebrates the birth of Christ. Easter celebrates the death and ressurection of Christ. A holy site is Jerusalem, where Jesus was crucified. Bethlehem is another holy site where Jesus was born.
- Abraham is a religious figure in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. He introduced the belief in only one god.
- Christianity, Judaism, and Islam all have the same view that there is only one god.
Baptism is a ritual Christians do.
The Holy Bible
The Holy Bible is the holy book for Christians. It contains the New and Old Testament.
Jerusalem is a holy site for Christians