The History of Christianity
Christianity is the first religion that began to be widely spread throughout the world. It was also the first religion that was able to attract people to it and they were to spread it all over the world.
The Christianity had no religious basis and, at first, it was considered a mere belief without any significance. However, it quickly became a significant part of human life. It has gained recognition and its influence has been vast.
There are various sects and denominations in Christianity that existed before Christianity became a religion. They were of a different nature to Christianity.
Some of these sects included the Jewish Christians, the Catholic Christians, the Eastern Orthodox Christians, the Non-Christians, Pagans, Hindus, Buddhists, Baha’is, and Jehovah’s Witnesses. Many of these sects lived under the same guidance and shared the same understanding of God. But, due to many problems they faced in their lives they have all dispersed from this time.
A Look at Christianity Today
Today, Christianity has not remained a religion. It has become a religious philosophy, and a cause for many other religions to follow. This fact of Christianity has brought with it so many religious sects that no one can rightly call them to be a religion.
The separation of the Holy Trinity, the Virgin Mary, and the Holy Spirit has changed the name of the Catholic Church from one of the Holy Trinity to separate churches. For Christians, Holy Trinity means: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Christianity now includes all kinds of faiths and is spread all over the world. There are many sects and the Catholics are not alone because there are other groups who are not following the teachings of the Catholic Church and have developed their own teachings.
Each religion has its own books and teachings. Some of these sects are not following the teaching of the Christian. They are trying to enforce their belief systems and make it different from the Christian teaching.
These teachings are often controversial and lead to controversies between the local leaders and the local churches. They also take away the emphasis of the Christian teachings that are proclaimed by the Pope.
Christians who do not follow the teachings of the Bible have written their own scriptures. This is where the problem lies because the Bible was written by the Holy Spirit. It has been a divine revelation and must be accepted by everyone.
As for the majority of the followers of the Bible, it is taken as the inspired words of God. This makes them followers and believers of the teachings of the Bible.
All those who believe in God must accept the teachings of the Bible. The Bible is the same to all the followers of the teachings.