Christianity as a Religion
Feuerbach (2004) defines Christianity as a monotheistic religion that teaches about the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Those who profess Christianity faith are called Christians. They believe in the holy trinity that is God exists three in one (God the father, God the son, and the Holy Spirit). Christians believe that Jesus Christ is the son of God and was crucified and resurrected after three days. They believe that Jesus will come again someday to judge the living and the dead. Christianity is a religion that teaches about eternal life and the only way one is guaranteed eternal life is through salvation and baptism.
This paper explores similarities between Christianity, Judaism, and Islam and how Christianity has dealt with challenges in the modern world.
Common characteristics that Christianity, Judaism and Islam Share in Common
Even though those who profess these three religions are different in terms of belief, way of worship and doctrine, but there are some few common characteristics that they share in common. Some of the characteristics that they shar