Section 2 The Beliefs of Christianity
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The New Testament
Beliefs About Jesus
The Soul and the Salvation
The new testament was a series of writings called the gospels. They were the first four books that made up the new testament. Jesus' stories were in these gospels and every time there was a story there was a moral. These stories were epsitles.
Following Jesus' teachings
Some people in the world believed that Jesus was real. Others who didn't were hateful and killing off the Christians. Most kings and emperors were very supportive about the idea that Jesus came to the Earth to talk about god and that Jesus was resseurected
Two other main beliefs in Christianity was the soul and the salvation. Most Christians believe that if a person dies and he/she was a follower of Jesus and believed him they could be resurrected. People who didn't believe in Jesus and who made very bad sins were punished.
Christians and other people thought that they should live life according to Jesus' teachings. Jesus always told the students all about God and the commandments. Most of the Christian students accepted following Jesus and believing he died on the cross.
The Trinity is what the Christians said to be the three forms of god which are, God the father, God the holy spirit, and God the son. Some Christians believed that each of God's form was a different God. Other people knew that it was God with three names.
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