The Foundations of Christianity
Christianity, known as the most famous religion worldwide, spanning at over 2 billion followers, was founded by Abraham in 32 CE, and is a monotheistic religion. Traced back to Israel, Christianity was first spread widely by Jesus, also known as the Son of God, and the Messiah. He told of the Ten Commandments, love, and peace to all. Eventually, he was executed for his teachings, but the message of Christianity lived on. Bishops, Popes in Rome and Patriarchs in Constantinople, are considered leaders of Christianity. Christians today follow the Bible, the religious text of Christianity. There are many sub-groups to Christianity, including Baptism, Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, among others.