Jesus Christ of Nazareth was selfless and dedicated himself to the cause of spreading the word of God, and a fore-founder of Christianity.
According to Proverbs 22:6, it says ‘Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from them.’
Christianity has certain values and beliefs that are predominantly valued among its various other values.
Christianity as a religion has been divided into various sub-sects under it, known as Christian denominations.
The most widely known figure in all of Christianity across the world, Jesus Christ was born to virgin mother Mary and Joseph in a manger.
It is the religious book for Judaism and Christianity contains all the important gospels and hymns dictating the various moral and social principles and customs that followers of the religion must abide by.
Christianity is the world’s largest and most followed religion with nearly 2.4 billion adherents, out of a 7.2 billion population.
The Holy Bible has always encouraged and placed emphasis on praying, and many verses such as that of James 5:16 have affirmed this very practice.
The religion, inclusive of its denominations, believes that afterlife exists and is divided into heaven and hell.
Christianity uses art and image much more widely than other religions to portray events of historical significance, and these are sacred by nature.
Mary is the virgin mother of Jesus Christ, and is widely worshipped in Christian circles as a maternal figure of purity and auspiciousness.
Christianity has two sides- good and evil, and orthodox churches teach people about the seven sins that they consider have been afflicted upon rebellious individuals.