2. CHRISTIANITY

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Estimated year of creation: AD 33

Main book of Christianity: The Bible (Old Testament of the Jewish Torah, and New Testament of the apostles of Jesus).

Main prophets of Christianity: Jesus Christ or Jesus of Nasareth.

Headquarters / Capital in the world: Rome, Vatican City.

Number of faithful around the world: 2,300 million.

Christian God: God

Christian prophet: Christ the King

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Main symbols of Christianity:

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Christian symbols usually consist of variants of the cross (crucifix, orthodox cross, chrismon), as well as the fish or the anchor. Each church, however, has developed its own forms over the centuries.

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Basic principles of Christianity:

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  1. There is a creator and almighty God.

  2. Humans are the pinnacle of his creation, as we are made in his image and likeness.

  3. Human nature fell into a state in which we tend to reject God and his designs, and want to live only under ours, which involve rebellion and pride, and their fruits are bad.

  4. Such an attitude has generated pain and death on an individual and global level, and throughout history.

  5. God wants the best for us, reconciliation and being Our Father. For this he sent Jesus, his Son, as God made man, his appointed (Messiah), to pay our wrongs against him, since doing it by ourselves is impossible.

  6. Reconcile ourselves through trusting in that payment and accepting that He guides our lives (faith).

  7. It shows us what is a genuine faith, and what is a hypocritical and empty religiosity.

  8. Obeying him allows us to live better and in harmony not only with God but with others; and to find an impossible peace otherwise, especially when we find ourselves in difficult moments, which are inevitable in this world.

  9. At the end of our life we ​​will face a judgment. We can be free from condemnation for the payment that Jesus made and live eternally with God; or not, subject to harsh consequences.

  10. The Bible is its revelation and it teaches us this and more.

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The ten commandments of the Christian faith:

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  1. "You shall have no other gods before me" (Exodus 20: 3). We are to do “all things with an eye single to the glory of God” (D&C 82:19). We are to love and serve the Lord with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength (see Deuteronomy 6: 5; D&C 59: 5).

  2. "You shall love your neighbor as yourself" (Matthew 22: 37–39).

  3. "You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain" (Exodus 20: 7).

  4. "Remember the Sabbath to keep it holy" (Exodus 20: 8).

  5. "Honor your father and your mother" (Exodus 20:12).

  6. "You shall not kill" (Exodus 20:13).

  7. "You shall not commit adultery" (Exodus 20:14).

  8. "You shall not steal" (Exodus 20:15).

  9. "You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor" (Exodus 20:16).

  10. "You shall not covet" (Exodus 20:17).

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Brief description of Christianity:

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No other religion has had the scope in the world that the teaching proposed by Jesus of Nazareth, founder of Christianity, has had. A Jew by birth, Jesus was the son of Mary and Joseph, and lived from 33 BC to 0 BC. At his death, twelve apostles wrote down his teachings in the Holy Bible.

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Today, Christianity is divided into numerous denominations: Catholics, Armenians, Orthodox, Eastern Orthodox, Anglicans, Lutherans, Calvinists, Evangelicals, Evangelists, Pentecost, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Messianic Jews who recognize Jesus as the messiah announced in the scriptures. Hebrews.

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In the Gospels , in the epistles of Saint Paul and in the writings of the other apostles we find the essence of Christianity. In every part of the Bible the message and the transcendental and divine dignity of Jesus Christ are evident . He is the Messiah announced by the prophets, the one sent by God to men, resurrection and life, whoever believes in him, even if he is dead, will live. God gives men a clear message:

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I exist and I love you.

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I exist by myself, "I am", and before me nothing was made, but by my hand all things were made, including the human being, whom he loved in such a way that he came to earth stripping himself of all greatness, to die for the sins of humanity.

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God made flesh, the incarnate word, the first and the last, who is, who was and who is to come. The one who commands all men in any part of the world to repent.

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Reference:

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https://www.ecured.cu/Christianism

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https://es.quora.com/Cu%C3%A1les-son-los-principios-b%C3%A1sicos-del-cristálisis?q=principios%20del%20cristimonio

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https://www.caracteristicas.co/christianism/#ixzz6Tp7dYu8G

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https://www.periodistadigital.com/cultura/religion/20180507/religiones-libros-sagrados-i-cristálisis-noticia-689400977375/

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https://cnnespanol.cnn.com/2015/04/03/la-religion-de-mas-rapido-crecimiento-en-el-mundo-es/

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https://es.calcuworld.com/cuantos/cuantos-cristianos-hay-en-el-mundo/

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https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/topics/ten-commandments?lang=eng

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