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Brief History

With this cultural and religious backdrop, the ministry of Jesus began. Jesus was a Jew. He observed the Jewish faith and was well acquainted with the Jewish Law. In His early thirties, Jesus traveled from village to village, teaching in the synagogues and healing those who were suffering. Jesus' teaching was revolutionary. He challenged the established religious authorities to repent from their self-righteousness and hypocrisy and realize that the Kingdom of God is rooted in service and love. Jesus' teachings stirred the hearts of people and created instability, something the Jewish religious authorities feared. Soon, a faithful group of men began to follow Jesus and call him teacher. These men became His disciples. Jesus taught His disciples about the will of God and about the "new covenant" God will bring to humanity through Him. Jesus helped them to see that mankind is bound to the pain and futility of life as a result of sin. Due to sin, mankind lost its relationship with God. The purpose of this "new covenant" is to restore those who accept it into a renewed fellowship of forgiveness and love with God. What is this new covenant? Jesus himself would pay for the sins of all humanity by being crucified unjustly on a Roman cross. Three days later, He would rise to life, having conquered death, to give hope to a hopeless world. Well, it happened just as Jesus taught, and His disciples were witnesses to an amazing miracle. Their teacher, Jesus of Nazareth, died and three days later rose again to become their Messiah. Compelled by a great commission to share the love that the God of this universe had imparted upon them, the disciples began to proclaim this gospel of hope throughout the territory. Thus, from a small group of ordinary men that lived in a small province in Judea about 2000 years ago, the history of the Christian Church began, and the Christian Faith has since spread to the rest of the world. Their gospel message was simple: "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life." (John 3:16).

It's Rituals and beliefs

Christianity has lot of rituals and it also vary between denomination. But the most common ritual is Sunday worship. Also Sunday worship, Passover, Easter, ect.

Christianity's beliefs is to believe in Jesus Christ of Nazarath as messia and our savior whom died for our sin on the cross so that whoever believes in him will get enternal life.

Christianity is monotheistic

The God

Christianity believes in God the Father, God the son, God the spirit (formal names). But people usually call God the Father as God or Heavenly Father, God the son as Jesus Christ, God the spirit as Holy Spirit. There are many ways Christians call their Gods in name, but the most common ones are God, Jesus Christ, and Holy Spirit. And believing the godhead three in one

Major holidays

Obviously the major holiday of Christianity is Christmas. Which is celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ

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Passion - God's Great Dance Floor (feat. Chris Tomlin)