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A depiction of Jesus. Image courtesy of Google Images

Christianity is a Monotheistic religion. Originally located in Israel it was founded in 32 CE by Jesus. Bible is the religious text for Christianity. The Bible also includes Jewish scripture. The leaders of the Christian church are the Bishop of Rome, also known as the Pope, and the Bishop of Constantinople, known as the Patriarch. The Christian church is split into two sects: the Roman Catholic church, led by the Pope, and the Eastern Orthodox church, led by the Patriarch. Basic beliefs of Christianity include the belief in one Almighty God, the Ten Commandments, and that Jesus Christ is the savior and Messiah.

A photo of the current Pope, Pope Francis. Image courtesy of Google Images

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