Christianity, Judaism, Islam Summary

Topics: Judaism, God, Islam Pages: 3 (1169 words) Published: May 30, 2013

Christianity is centered around an extraordinary amount of fundamental beliefs. These beliefs are all found in the bible; there is only one God (Isaiah 43:10, John 17:3), God is omniscient (Acts 15:18, John 3:20), God is holy (Peter 1:15), God is love, true, spirit (John 4:8, Romans 3:4, John 4:24). Since the Bible makes it abundantly clear that there is only one true God and the multitude of gods created by man are idols, then there is only one acceptable doctrine of God. The deity of Christianity has always been identified as three persons in one divine Godhead, as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The three great Christian creeds explain this. There are many misconceptions on what happens when you die, some say that good people go to heaven and bad people go to hell (what makes you good or bad?), others believe that immediately after death you go into a state called “soul sleep”. Based on what the bible says, Christians do not believe in an "after-life". They believe that once you die, your soul goes to heaven, and then, if you've accepted Jesus into your heart, you will live on forever in heaven. But if you've denied Christ, you will not be welcomed into his kingdom and will stay in hell for eternity. They believe that God's kingdom is pure wonder. It has streets made of gold, you will never go hungry, there is no sickness, and all you know of is joy. So rather good people going to heaven and bad going to hell, your final destination is based on whether you accept or deny Christ. The bible is the only book of worship for Christians. Most Christians meet in churches, but recently a new fad has taken over, church in a movie theater. The local leaders of the churches are the priests. Priests conduct masses, confirmations, baptisms, etc. Priests are not the only leaders in the church; there is a whole Christian leadership hierarchy. First is the Pope, then the Cardinals, Bishops, Priests, Deacons, and lastly the Laity. Christians believe that the...
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