Christianity, a Jewish resurrection cult, … Christianity, a Jewish resurrection cult, tied with Islam for the title of world's largest religion. It is concentrated in the Americas, Europe, sub-Saharan Africa, Oceania, and select countries in Asia. It is a part of the Abrahamic family of religions, with [[Judaism]] and [[Islam]]. Christians, followers of the religion, believe that Jesus Christ was the son of God, walked the earth, helped out sinners who did bad stuff, and saved them from a life of debauchery and eternal damnation in hell. If you do bad things, you go to hell to be punished forever.
Christianity has many denominations and sects, including Roman Catholicism, various flavors of Protestantism, other Catholic versions, Eastern Orthodoxy, Coptic churches, Ethiopian churches, and more.
Many Protestant Christians say that the Bible is the word of God, and that if you do what it tells you, you'll lead a good life and go to Heaven when you die, which is the opposite of hell. Heaven is a paradise, while hell is the complete opposite.
Some [[English language|English-speaking]] Protestants believe that the King James Bible, a translation by the Church of [[England]] in the 1600s, is the word of God, and that other translations are phonies.
Roman Catholic laity on the other hand do not interpret the Bible. They believe that duty falls to priests. . They believe that duty falls to priests.