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The main symbol of the Christian religion is the cross. The cross is a symbol of Jesus' death for us so that we may have eternal life. But there is also a couple other symbols. One is the Ichthys (the fish symbol) that represented that God was the fisher of men. Another is the dove. The dove is a symbol of the Holy Ghost. And there are more . I hope I helped you .
by taburkett6 months ago
Why are so many people afraid of the Christian religion?Jesus teaches love and compassion. Christianity teaches the Ten Commandments. So what is so frightening about the Christian religion that makes people...
by Mark Knowles7 years ago
It is my contention that the Christian religion (and specifically following Christ) is guaranteed to cause conflict, wars and ill will.As proof - I cite the last 1800 years - including the hubpages forums as evidence....
by Mom Kat7 years ago
Religion with the most questions, have you noticed?As I look over the Questions here I find that all religion based questions are of the Christian religion. Don't you find it odd that none of the other religions...
by cruelkindness4 years ago
Why is there so many different forms of Christian Religion? When they all preach that they believe in only God, Holy Spirit, Son of Christ.
by Jacqui3 years ago
Do you believe your religion could be viewed as violent?Several religions are accused of being violent, yet followers feel that they aren't. So my question is - do you believe your religion, whatever religion that is,...
by Winston Smith 844 years ago
ARE so many people, in fact, afraid of the Christian religion?
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