May 28, 2022

Christianity (English: Christianity), the Royal Academy called Christianity, is a monotheistic religion. It is based on the life and teachings of Jesus as seen in canonical gospels and other New Testament writings. Christianity is called Christianity or Christianity. Christians believe that Jesus is the Son of God. He is the incarnate God and Redeemer. For this reason, Christians often refer to Jesus as "Christ" or "Messiah". Christianity is currently divided into three major sects, namely Roman Catholicism. Orthodoxy and Protestants which can also be divided into many sub-sects The Roman Catholic and Orthodox archdiocese were separated during East–West Schism in 1054, and Protestantism arose after the segregated 16th-century Reformation. Leaving the Roman Catholic Church, Christianity was initially considered a sect of Judaism in the middle of the 1st century AD and was born on the eastern Mediterranean coast of the Middle East (now Israel and Palestine). To Syria, Mesopotamia, Asia Minor and Egypt, Christianity has grown exponentially in size and influence over the past few decades. and until the 4th century AD it became the state religion of the Roman Empire. during the middle ages Most of the rest of Europe has adopted Christianity. But some regions, such as the Middle East, North Africa, Ethiopia and parts of India. Christians are still considered a minority, after the Exploration, Christianity spread to the Americas, Australasia, and sub-Saharan Africa.