Christianity

By Miles Bintz

Christianity

Followers of the religion Christianity are called Christians. Beliefs and central teachings of Christianity is the Sabbath Day being Sunday, the belief in the Holy Trinity, which according to the Christian Religion, is God's 3 parts; God the Father, God the Son, and the Holy Spirit, and the belief of the Jew, Jesus of Nazareth, who was born around 4 B.C. and traveled around northern Palestine. Two traditions of the Christian religions are Baptism, the ceremony of the introduction into Christianity, and Holy Communion, which recreates Jesus' breaking of bread and sharing of wine before his death. Three places of worship of the Christian religion are the Church, Chapel, and Cathedral, and their worship leaders are called Priests, or Ministers. The Holy Book of the Christian religion is the Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, Holy Days are Easter, the day of Jesus' resurrection, and Christmas, celebrating the birth of Jesus. One Christian Holy Site is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, in Jerusalem.

Common Traits With Other Religions (Islam, Judaism)

Between the 3 religions Christianity, Islam, Judaism, there are 2 common traits. First the common religions have a common figure, Abraham the Shepherd. Abraham founded the religion Judaism, and is a shepherd in all of the religions. Also, the religions are all monotheistic, meaning they believe in only one god in their religion.