Why was becoming a Christian considered an act of disloyalty in the Roman Empire? A Christians could not worship the emperor as a god B one of Christianity's aims was to overthrow dictators C Rome had a strong monotheistic tradition D the practice of communion was seen as cannibalistic
there is one divinity in Christianity. Christian religion evolved from another monotheistic religion: Judaism. Christianity had to fight during all its existence with various forms of heresy. Some of Christian heresies are polytheistic, pantheistic, panentheistic etc.
Explanation: Of course Christian theologians could not escape an ancient metaphysical debate about ONE AND MANY (unity and multiplicity) as it existed a long time before. This debate was very serious and led to various church councils that - in the time of early Christianity - were supposed to define dogma. Ecumenical concil of Nicaea (325 AD) dealt with this issue of Christology (relation between Father-God and the Son, question of Holy Spirit was largelly not addressed). Relation between the tree or doctrine of Trinity was established later on in the 4th century AD (adoption can seem to be a "polytheist" element in Christianity but according to the dogma, the Son and the Spirit are of the same essence as the Father, i.e. they do not constitue a separated divinity).
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Christianity is an Abrahamic monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. Its adherents, known as Christians, believe that Jesus is the Christ, whose coming as the Messiah was prophesied in the Hebrew Bible, called the Old Testament in Christianity, and chronicled in the New Testament.
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Christianity was founded by Jesus and his followers.
Christianity believes in the Holy Trinity.
Christianity is a monotheistic religion that beliefs in only one God in form of the Holy Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit). Christianity is centered in the birth, life and death of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. The main belief of Christianity is that Jesus Christ was sent by the Father (God) to save humanity, in life Jesus founded Christianity and was crucified as a symbol of forgiveness of sins, to be resurrected three days after. Christians, unlike Jews, follow both the Old Testament and the New Testament, and believe that Jesus will be sent one more time for the eternal salvation.
Christians were seen as a threat to society because of Rome's disapproval of Pagan practices. At the height of anti-Christianity the majority of Romans were Polytheistic.
The Christian religion itself, when compared to others of the time, might be regarded as a relatively aggressive and predatory religion.
According to the non-Christians, Christian people were capable of cannibalism (the Eucharist) and incest as they called each other "brothers" and "sisters".
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The answer is D Christians consider the New Testament a scared text, while Jews do not. APEX
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A :Christianity was founde by JesusC: Christianity believes in the Holy Trinity
The religion of Christianity began with Jesus Christ which name is based on his name.
As well Christian believe in the Holy Trinity which is Jesus, God and the Holy Spirit.
1. Christianity was founded by Jesus and his followers.
3. Christianity believes in the Holy Trinity.
c.Christianity believes in the Holy Trinity.