Religious Traditions are the laws, regulations, beliefs, doctrines and practices which are handed down from one generation to another. Traditions in religion are either right or wrong. Followers practicing religious traditions follow in accordance with the scriptures to be practicing in the right path or if they follow a path that is outside of what is written of the word to be, then they are on the wrong path[ CITATION Fie13 l 1033 ].Christianity originated in Roman occupied Jerusalem; however, was not all compiled of Jewish beliefs, but did practice traditional philosophies that are distinct from the Classical Greek, which was known to be more dominant during the Roman Empire time. Christianity formed in 33 CE and is the date known for the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ; however, some believe that later in the first century under apostle's leadership is when Christianity became a religious belief system[ CITATION Fie13 l 1033 ]. Christianity is also the history of founding way that impact the life, teachings, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
This is when people who followed Jesus Christ began to be called Christians. Christianity is a belief that has many different branches that influence practices. "Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, and Protestantism"[ CITATION Fie13 l 1033 ], are the three major practicing branches of the Christian beliefs. Christianity is on every continent and now the largest religion in the world with the traditional belief of only one God. This God is one being and represents the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. In addition, they believe that Jesus, the Messiah, will be sent to save the world. Christianity is also noted for its emphasis on faith in Christ as the primary component of religion. Christian believers follow the sacred text call the Bible, which does also include Hebrew Scriptures, known as the Old Testament, and the New Testament.