Followers of Christianity are called Christians.

In Christianity the common holy site for Christianity is the Holy Sepulchral in Jerusalem. The holy book that Christians use is The Bible. The key beliefs for Christianity are Sabbath which is on Sunday, Holy Trinity that is the three parts of God, and the Role of Jesus Christ. Christianity has unique practices such as Baptism which is the birth in a Christian church and Holy Communion when you share bread and wine, spiritual food symbolizing the blood and body in Christ. The person that leads the ceremony or the worship leader is a Priest. The place where they worship is a church.The holy book in Christianity is called the Bible. Some holidays that Christians celebrate is Christmas when they celebrate Jesus' birth and Easter is when Jesus resurrection from the dead. The holy city is called Jerusalem. The common figure for Christianity is Abraham. The view of god is monotheistic.


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The Holy Sepulchre

This is the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. The holy site for Christianity.
In all three religions Abraham is the common religious figure. Also they only believe in one god which is monotheism. Christianity, Judaism, and Islam are all monotheistic religions.