Should Christians Be A Member Of More Then One Church , Christian Denomination Beliefs

Where Did Christianity Originate ?

The roots of Christianity started in Judea, which is in today’s Israel, almost 2,000 years ago by Jesus Christ and his disciples. The Jews detested the rule of Romans since they were oppressed by this clan earlier.

           The cultural beliefs on pagans were intrusive on the lives of the Jews. Many felt that conforming to the change was the safe way out. Others formed guerilla groups to fight against Rome. Some others withdrew in to the wilderness of Judea and studied Jewish law while waiting for their Messiah to arrive. More...

Christian Denomination Beliefs

Christian Denomination Beliefs

There are many different Christian denominations, and each denomination has its own set of beliefs. The most popular denomination is no doubt Catholicism. After the signing of Edict of Milan in the year 312, Christianity was legalized as a religion. Thereafter, the Council of Nicea that was held in 325 help to unite the different believers of Catholicism. More...

Denominations Christian Differences

Denominations Christian Differences

Christianity had its origin about two thousand years from now. Though a lot has reformed over the years and different denominations of Christianity have evolved, most orthodox Christian churches believe that Jesus Christ came on earth as an incarnation of the Lord. According to Christian theology Jesus came to give up his life securing salvation for everyone who believed in him. In spite of strong beliefs, views and the places of worship have changed and developed. If we roughly break down Christianity, it can be broadly divided into three major denominations mentioned below. More...

How Did Christianity Spread To Slaves ?

How Did Christianity Spread To Slaves ?

Slaves in the US originally followed the ‘Pagan’ Religion. They would have converted to Christianity without any coercion since this was the most popularly followed religion. Their status as slaves made their conversion into Christianity appear a matter of fact. More...

Women In Early Christian Society

Women In Early Christian Society

Christianity has reservations and gender roles till date especially with regards to ministry and marriage. It gave authoritative position to men in society, marriage and governance. This preference made the role of women submissive and excluded them from leadership in churches especially from those positions which required ordination. Till date many denominations of the Eastern Orthodox, Catholic and Protestants believe that only men can be ordained and declared as deacons or clergy. More...