Christianity

The Most Common Religion in the World

Basic Christianity

Christianity is a monotheistic religion. Followers of the Christian religion are known as Christians. Christians believe in Passover, The Holy Sabbath, the Holy Trinity, and the Declaration of Faith. For Christians, common Holy sites include the Church of the Holy Sepulchre (the site of Jesus's Crucifixion). Some of the worship leaders in this religion are ministers, preachers, priests, and pastors. The Holy Book for Christians is the Bible and the Gospel parts of it. Holy Days or holidays include Christmas, the birth of Jesus Christ, and Easter which celebrates the resurrection of Christ. One of the Holy cities in Christianity is Bethlehem where Jesus was born. Christians' common figure is Abraham.

Christians interpret the Holy Trinity as one God.

CHRISTIANS BELIEVE THEY WILL BE SAVED WHEN JESUS CHRIST COMES FOR THE SECOND TIME

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The Holy Church

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A Priest

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Christmas

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The Holy Book, also known as The Bible

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