Christianity - William Loveland
Since 0 AD
This is the Salt Lake City Temple - A Mormon temple - Mormons have temples and churches.
The religion of "Christianity" started when Christ was born in Bethlehem, but the original doctrine of the religion came far before Christ.
Christianity, though based on Christ wasn't really started by Christ, rather he was a messenger who taught more to the religion and tried to correct the peoples wrong doings.
A Christians belief varies very much from individual religious branch to branch. Saying that Christians do have a base idea of the ten commandments. The scriptures and restraints will vary from church to church as doctrine is changed. Christians believe in Christ, heavan, and following a basic set of instructions.
Some Christians believe that Christ, the Holy Ghost, and God are the same person, yet different, but other believe that they are separate people, but there is still 1 god, just Christ is not a god.
Christ is the Symbol of most Christians.
Christians celebrate different holidays based on their individual beliefs, Christmas is a major holiday, but is celebrated differently by different people.
In conclusion Christianity is a collection of religions that believe in Christ and follow the teachings of the bible in whatever form they have the bible in their religion. There are many different variations of Christianity and it has fueled many wars and disputes.
The Christians main book that almost all forms of Christianity use is the bible, but there are different versions of the bible as kings and popes have changed it. In the picture above there is a second book which is the book of Mormon, this is a second book that was brought to be with the religion. Some Christians have a second third or even fourth book that they read. One of the most famous scriptures from the bible is: For I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in. Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me.