Christianity

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Christianity

Christianity is a common religion, it is monotheistic and Abrahamic, which means that followers believe in only one God, and that they are descendants of Abraham. The followers are called Christians and Christians study the Bible to follow Jesus's teachings. They also believe in the holy trinity, the holy trinity is the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit, the 3 beings in one God. Christians also believe that after Jesus was crucified by the Roman rulers, he rose from the dead, this is called resurrection. They also believe that if you pray for forgiveness of your sins and get away from evil you go to Heaven. Heaven is for the good people that get to live in everlasting life, this is called salvation. One of The traditions that Christians have is Christmas, Christmas is on Sunday, December 25, the day that Jesus was born, on that day everybody should be going to church because it is a very special day. The holy book for Christianity is called the Holy Bible. Christians go to Mass on Sundays and worship and praise God under the leadership of a Priest. They have several holy days, the most recognized are Easter and Christmas. The holy citys are Bethlehem and Jerusalem.