Christianity is the religion that focuses on Jesus Christ as Savior to all followers. There are three primary divisions in the Christian religion, which are the Roman Catholic church, the Protestant churches, and the Holy Orthodox Catholic Apostolic Eastern church. All of these three divisions practice various rituals and beliefs, but as a whole, the followers of Christianity adhere to three basic elements of faith. The first element is that a story is told, which is the Gospel. The Gospel details and narrates the events and various aspects of Jesus’ life and teaching. The second element is doctrine, which followers accept as stemming from the belief that Jesus is God. Third, followers use Jesus’ life as an example for their own lives.
Christianity relies on God the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit as divine forces who guide their followers’ lives by emphasizing virtues such as patience, forgiveness, and love. Christians believe that perfection and happiness are found through God’s love. Christianity also strives toward universalism in that the followers and teachers of the religion and the Gospel act as witnesses, or examples for others, and in that way they spread the Gospel. Christianity seeks converts. It is unnecessary to point out how essential the written mode of communication is in spreading information to readers. Christianity is often found in literature for the objective of spreading knowledge of the religion. Christianity came...
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