by AnnaStricklen
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"Faith at your fingertips"1. Today, many people debate on whether Paul, or Jesus was the founder of christianity.2. It originated in Rome. Christianity originated in the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. 3. People's realtionship with god is all spiritual. They hear stories and listen to preachers by going to church. 4. There are many rules of moral conduct but the main one christians follow are the 10 commandments. 5. The main sacred text for christians is the bible. 6. There are many religious holidays that Christians celebrate. Such as Christmas, Easter, Pentecost, Lent, and Palm Sunday. 7. There are many christian rituals that christians practice like going to church every Sunday, being baptized, communion and so on.8. Today, gender roles can change depending on the church or belief of some people. In standard christian religions, men will serve as priets and woman as nuns or sisters. 9. The Pope, The Bishops, Priests, The Laity are the most commen christian hiearchy.10. Christians are involved in many celebrations and festivals. The main celebraion is Christmas, because that is the day Jesus was born. The second main event celebrated is Easter, because that is known as the day Jesus came back to life.

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"Faith in History"The spread of christianity happened by the faith spreading through a multitude of humble, ordinary believers whose names have been long forgotten.

This is a Bible that is the basis of all Christianity.

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This is a church where christians go to worship God every Sunday.



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