Christianity is one of the major religions of the world, whose subordination is called Christian. The followers of Christianity follow the teaching of Jesus Christ. There are many communities in Christendom, such as: Catholics, Protestants, Orthodox, Moronic, and Evangelical. Christianity of Jesus Christ (Jesus Christ) was born in the sight of the Galilean province of the Roman Empire.
Important facts related to Christianity:
- The founder of Christianity is Jesus Christ.
- Jesus is the major founder of Christianity – the Bible.
- Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem, near Jerusalem.
- The name of the mother of Jesus was Mary and the name of the father was Joseph.
- Jesus spent 30 years of his life in Nazareth as a carpenter near Bethlehem.
- There are many communities in Christendom, such as Catholics, Protestants, Orthodox, Moronic, and Evangelical.
- Christmas is celebrated on December 25 in the celebration of the birthday of Jesus Christ.
- The first two disciples of Jesus were Peter and Andrew.
- Jesus Christ was crucified by Roman governor Pontius.
- Jesus Christ was crucified in 33 AD.
- The most sacred symbol of Christianity is the cross.
- Christians are monotheists, but they consider God as Trinity – the Father, God, His Son, Jesus Christ (Jesus Christ) and Holy Spirit.