Christianity: An Abrahamic And Monotheistic Religion

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Christianity is an Abrahamic, monotheistic religion which branched out of Judaism, it follows the teachings of Jesus Christ, the son of God. Those teachings were wrote in the New Testament Holy Bible. “Christianity is the world 's biggest religion, with about 2.2 billion followers worldwide. This monotheistic religion is based on the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth who later became known as Jesus Christ.” ( World Religions for Kids, 2017).
Christians say that God selected Jesus to be the savior of the world, which was promised in the old Testament. Christians also say that Jesus was born from a virgin woman called Mary, that he was a human, but also God, and that he never sinned. During His life Jesus did many things that were impossible, like treating 10 lepers or healing blind people, these are called (by the Christian community) “miracles.” “ Christianity originally developed as a part of Judaism. Jesus was a Jew who was born in 1 CE in Bethlehem. Most of his life is a mystery, as there are no records of his life except his birth, a brief time in his yearly childhood, and 1-3 years of adulthood when he preached and was crucified. Christianity didn’t just happen immediately.” ( World Religions for Kids, 2017) This happened because the Roman Empire didn’t want a religious minority to form, so they tried to remove Jesus and His thinking, and that’s why a lot of people hated Jesus, and killed him, eventually. But he came back after 3 days, this event is called the
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