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Christianity

Christianity, was presented is a monotheistic religion Abrahamic, and the life and teachings of Jesus’in the canonical gospels and other New Testament writings. It also considers the Hebrew Bible, known as the Old Testament as canonical. Followers of the Christian faith known as Christians.

Dominant Christian faith is that Jesus is the Son of God, fully God and fully man, and the savior of mankind. For this reason, Christians commonly refer to Jesus Christ or the Messiah. Sacrificial death and resurrection of Jesus are often called after the Gospel, which means "Good News" (Greek: euangelion εὐαγγέλιον). In short, the message of the gospel of God the Father is eternal victory over evil, and the promise of salvation and eternal life for all peoples, by divine grace.

In the world, the three largest groups of Christianity, the Roman Catholic Church, the Orthodox Church and various denominations of Protestantism. The Roman Catholic Church and Orthodox patriarchates split from one another’in the East-West Schism of 1054 AD, and Protestantism arose during the Reformation of the 16th century, the separation of the Roman Catholic Church.

Christianity began as a Jewish sect’in the mid-first century. Originally from the Levant region of the Middle East (modern Israel and Palestine), it quickly spread to Syria, Mesopotamia, Asia Minor and Egypt. It has grown’in size and influence over a few decades, and at the end of the 4th Century is the official state religion of the Roman Empire to replace other forms of religion was practiced under Roman rule. In the Middle Ages, most of the rest of Europe was Christianized, with Christians belonging to a religious minority sometimes important’in the Middle East, North Africa, Ethiopia and parts of India. After the age of discovery, through missionary work and colonization, Christianity’in America, Australia, sub-Saharan Africa and the rest of the world.

Christians believe that Jesus is the Messiah prophesied’in the Hebrew Bible is called the "Old Testament"’in Christianity. The foundation of Christian theology is expressed included’in the ecumenical Christian beliefs, claims accepted, especially by the followers of the Christian faith. These professions state that Jesus suffered, died, was buried and rose from the dead to give eternal life to those who believe’in Him and trust Him for the forgiveness of their sins (salvation). They also said that Jesus ascended into heaven body where it rules and reigns with God the Father. Most denominations teach that Jesus will return to all men, living and dead, and grant eternal life to his followers judge. He is considered the model of a virtuous life, and both the revealer and physical incarnation of God.

At the beginning of 21 century, Christianity has approximately 2.2 billion adherents. Christianity is about a third of the world population and is the largest religion’in the world. Christianity is the state religion of several countries. Among all Christians, 37.5% live’in the Americas, 25.7% live’in Europe, 22.5% live’in Africa, 13.1% live’in Asia, 1.2% live’in Oceania and 0.9% Middle East live. Christianity has played a leading role’in the design of sub-Saharan Africa and Western civilization.






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