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A Brief History of Christianity

            Christianity is a religion of Abraham monotheistic which tends to be based on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth as presented in the biblical canon as Christ. Within the sacred texts and writings related to Christianity, it shares common grounds with Judaism the Tanakh, which in general tends to be in line with the Bible Septuagint (older than the Tanakh in its current form).This form the basis and source for the Old Testament of the different Bibles (Eyler, 2014).
             In this modern world there some differences within the benches of the Christianity. Even in the twentieth century, some scholars do not take as incontrovertible date of AD 33 for the death of Jesus Christ. In its first decades, Christianity was regarded as a doctrine of sectarian traditions more between Jews and Israelites, like other bodies of ideas and beliefs of that part of world. Since Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire in the fourth century, this factor had significant influence on Western culture and on many other cultures of the world. The word Christianity tends to be extracted from Hebrew "Messiah "which means" Anointed One. (Ingman, 2014).
             Christianity - The Religion of Immorality.
             Christianity is the religion of immortality. Without this, no one understands the mission of Jesus; one cannot quite understand their inward thought. "In Jesus" are not only words but also the examples, and facts that base their doctrine. These parts of the Gospels proves their claim exuberantly. One may ask: What would Christianity without the appearances of Jesus? Is it possible that the unique doctrine he had founded finding for death? In this case, why would those who do not believe in beyond the grave. Not so; shines Immortality His Word, which is light to illuminate the future. Master irreparable loss dismayed the hearts of his disciples, when higher authorities tear the veil of death and Magdalena appears and reveals the mysteries of the afterlife in his place (Eyler, 2014).

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