How does Christianity differ from all other religions?
Christianity differs because we've asked Christ to live within our hearts and mind.
Christians worship the one, true living God. All other religions either worship many gods, or people who have long since been dead. Other religions teach that a person must DO something, meaning works, in order to go to 'heaven' or some 'good' place after you die (or you're reincarnated). Christianity is solely based on what has already been DONE. All someone has to do is accept the gift God gave of himself as the sacrifice for our sins. There is no work and duty you can do to get to heaven. Christianity is truly a religion of peace and love. True love and peace are found in Christ and following his teachings to maintain peace. The world with all its other religions may say they want peace, but their methods are misguided and will only bring about a false peace and a false feeling of love. Islam, which is the fastest growing religion on the world, is different in this way.
We are saved by grace, not by works, lest no man should boast.
We believe in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. The answers here are wonderful and right on.
Christianity is not a religion. It is a realtionship with God through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
The God of Christianity is expressed as a Trinity, which means it holds three attributes, The Father, The Son & The holy Ghost.
In translation this means that the God of Christianity, is represented by three distinctive differing forms of the same person, being or God.
The "Father" is considered God, The "Son" is considered God, and the "Holy Ghost" is also considered to be God as well. This is a distinctive difference from many modern religions where a single God is only represented as itself.
So with that said whenever someone refers to Jesus, they are actually referring to the Lord or to God himself, as well as in its repetitive usage throughout the biblical text of Christianity, no matter what edition that was printed.
Many primitive and ancient religions though, have similar characteristics to this usage of multiple representations of a single Deity, but as for modern religions I do believe this is one major difference that sticks out like a sore thumb.
religion is man's way . one on one relationship is God's way and thats through Jesus Christ .
Religion is man looki9ng for God. Christianity is God looking for man. Whosoever will may come.
There are many positives to each religion and it is for the believer to determine what he or she believes. A true Christian will love others from all religions and all faiths and all removal of faith because the true follower of Christ, the true believer that Christ died for them has a relationship with God so deep that they love and care about others' souls. This is how Christianity differs from all other religions is that God loved the world so much He gave His Son that all within the world may have life...He laid His life down for us.
It is the only one that the Creator sacrificed Himself for His creation.
True christianity follow Jesus example exactly. Though they are not perfect but their beliefs, their way of life, the teachings must be firmly rooted from the bible just as Jesus taught when he was here on earth.
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