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Interesting Facts about Christianity

Not just Christianity, any religion for that matter, has a lot of things that most of the people do know. In general, people are curious to learn a lot of things about religion. It is because religion and God are two things that still remains an unsolved mystery. The faith that people have is the main reason for belief in religion.

Christianity which is the most followed religion in the world is not an exception in this case. There are a lot of believers who really do have much of an idea about religion. In this article, we will see some of the interesting facts about Christianity.

The importance of four gospels

In the entire Bible the four gospels Mathew, Mark, Luke and John in the New Testament are given more importance because it furnishes the details of the life, death, and resurrection of Christ.


Mathew was a Jewish tax collector. His book is the first to account for the timeline of Christ. His prophecies let us know that Christ is the fulfillment of the Old Testament. He was later called by Jesus himself to be one among the 12 apostles.


Mark was an interpreter and writer. His book is the second to account for the life of Christ. His book gives us the details of the life of Jesus when he was a teen.


Luke is a physician who has written things after witnessing things by himself. Luke became a strong follower after the death of Christ.


The book of John provides a lot of details than any other gospel in the Bible. John is often referred to as the apostle who never died.

Churches and Denominations

Did you know that there are 33830 Christian denominations in the world? Even though they follow the same God, they have different methods of worship. But there are five well-known denominations. They are Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Anglican, and Protestants.

Language in the Bible

Bible is the book that is translated in most number of languages. But originally Bible was written in three different geographical locations. The predominant part was written in Asia. Hence the languages that are most spoken in Asia are Mandarin and Arabic.  The original languages in which the bible is written are Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic.

Life and death

According to reports Christians are the most persecuted people in the world. It is said that more than 55 countries in the world do not welcome Christianity. Some of the countries where there are strict rules against Christians are Qatar, Afghanistan, North Korea, and Egypt.

The only religion to influence space

In 1969 when Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon, Edwin Aldrin actually read the bible, ate a wafer and drank the wine to give thanks to the almighty for this once in a lifetime opportunity.


Important events in the Christianity

Like every other religion, there are some important events in Christianity that have defined what Christianity is all about. If it wasn’t for some of these events, It would have had a huge impact on the Christian belief.

The creation

According to Christianity God who is the first in the Trinity, created the entire universe. The details of the creation are mentioned in the book of Genesis.

Lucifer sins

Lucifer who was the angel of God, sins against God by believing that he can, and he deserves to rule everything. It was the birth of sin and the birth of Satan.

Adam and Eve

The first ever human beings to grace the world.  After creating the Earth, God created Adam and Eve with clay sand to enjoy everything that was there in Eden Gardens.

  Sin and Adam and Eve

When Adam and Eve disobeyed God by eating the fruit that was prohibited the first ever sin by humans were committed. The sin led to a lot of things like pain, suffering and various other issues.

The great flood

Mankind was so much into doing things against God that it reached its peak. It was because of that everyone in the world had to face the wrath of God except for Nova and his family. It was because of Noah that mankind is still existing today.

Abraham’s faith

It was this moment that made Abraham the “Father of Faith.” At the age of 115, God asks him to sacrifice his only son Isaac who was just fifteen years old.   Abraham obeyed God’s order, and when he was about to sacrifice Isaac, God’s voice stopped him and blessed him abundantly.

The ten commandants

The ten commandants that were given by God, to the people through Moses during the journey of liberation, list out everything that is considered to be a sinful act.

David becomes the King

David who was shepherd becomes the King of Israel after defeating the mighty Goliath. He becomes the king at 15 and becomes one of the great kings ever.

The birth of Christ

The birth of Christ was one of the most anticipated events because of the prophecies that we made.

The first miracle

Jesus performs his first miracle in a wedding at Cannon. In the wedding where Jesus was invited there was a shortage of wine. With his powers and prayers, Jesus turns water into wine. This was the first miracle by Jesus.

The sermon on the mountain

After the ten commandants, Jesus preaches the principle of life and the way to live. His teachings are actually the foundations of the New Testament.

 Crucifixion of Jesus

Even though Jesus was innocent, all charges were against him, and he was crucified on the cross. It is one of the brutal deaths in human history. His death was the only possible way for the forgiveness of our sins.


After the death of Jesus, he was raised to life after three days. His resurrection paved the ways the eternal life after death.

Important Christian Festivals

Though Christianity is one of the most celebrated religions in the world, a lot is not known about it – most importantly, the important festivals and days that mark the Christian Calender. In this post, we’ve covered a few important festivals and events that are an essential part of the life of every devout Christian:

The four-week period before Christmas that marks the beginning of the holiest day in the Christian calendar is Advent. Advent is more of a preparatory phase for Christians – to give them ample time to cleanse their minds and hearts to make way for the birth of Baby Jesus in their lives. Advent is all about reflecting and trying to bring out the best version of yourself – because the birth of the King is very special!


This festival needs no introduction –it’s celebrated with great pomp and enthusiasm all across the world. This day marks the birth of the savior, Jesus, who brings peace to the world. It’s all about celebration and good vibes during this time – and awesome food and fun surprises too!

Celebrated 12 days after Christmas, Epiphany is when the Three Wise Men (or the Magi) visited baby  Jesus, each with a very significant gift – gold, frankincense, and myrrh. These gifts stood for something lot more important, and that’s why Epiphany is marked with great reverence.

The 40-day period exactly before Good Friday that’s all about fasting, penance, and repentance is what Lent is all about. This pious period again is for reflecting upon ourselves, forgiving and forgetting, and also being able to conquer our desires. While fasting is not compulsory during these 40 days, devout Christians do observe complete fasting throughout these 40 days. The rest abstain from meat, alcohol and stay away from things that they otherwise can’t stay without.

Maundy Thursday:
Justa day before Good Friday, Maundy Thursday marks the Last Supper. This day is often replicated in Churches all around the world – to help people understand the importance of this memorable day. Jesus shared his last supper with his 12 disciples; this day was going to be life changing for them all and for the future of Christianity too.

The day when Jesus was resurrected on the third day after his crucifixion – to make every word in the Scripture come true. It’s the day of liberation for Christians all over the world – making celebrations a must here. This day marks joy and celebration in the entire Christian community as their King as it marks the triumph of good over evil.

Who was Jesus Christ?

According to major historical facts, historians believe that Jesus Christ was indeed a real individual who was born between the period of age from 2 B.C and B.C. However, most of the information of what historians know about Jesus Christ hails from the New Testament of the Holy Bible.

Based on the text provided by the New Testament of the Holy Bible, Jesus Christ was given birth in the town of Bethlehem, situated in the south of Jerusalem, which is recognized as today’s Palestine. Jesus’s birth was considered a supernatural event done by God himself, as Mary was a young Jewish virgin girl believed to be impregnated by the almighty himself through the Holy Spirit.

Jesus Christ’s father, Joseph was said to be a carpenter who sustained a hard working life and lived life a genuine and honest man. The past of Jesus Christ, mainly his childhood is not known by many people or written in text. However, sacred scriptures reveal information that Jesus Christ grew up in the town of Nazareth. Other vital information about his early childhood reveals that Jesus along with this family had fled to Egypt in fear of persecution in the hands of King Herod.

History depicts that Jesus Christ was raised in a Jewish background. Despite common misconception, historical texts reveal that Jesus Christ did not intend on forming a new religion but rather intended to reform the religion of Judaism.

When Jesus turned the age of 30, he was baptized in the river of Jordan. The baptism was performed by a Baptist, known as John the Baptist. It was during this time, after his initiation that Jesus decided to commence his mass and public ministry.

During his endeavors to spread the holy word of God, Jesus along with his twelve selected disciples for nearly three years went all around, traveling and showing people the power of miracles. History repeats witnesses to such wonders being absolutely dumbstruck and amazed by the powers of the Messiah.

Historical facts state of the most miraculous activities performed by him as raising a deceased person named Lazarus from the dead back to life, curing the blind people and letting them see their savior and walking on water. Jesus was forced to carry a cross made from trees, nailed to it where he died and rose on the third day. This miracle for Christians is the central tenant of their beliefs that the lamb of God was sacrificed for our sins and that Jesus bore our sins so that they can live a blameless life before God. Not as people without sin or who don’t sin, but as a people who are viewed as redeemed by what Jesus did for humanity on the cross.

Jesus did not come to cause division, he came to tear both the physical and invisible veil that was separating God from humans. This is the redeeming that people long for and hope for in the chosen one and lamb of God. Jesus brings that peace to all and those who choose to follow him know and experience that peace.


The early church and Paul

Based on historical facts, the earliest church was constructed and formulated as early as a mere fifty days after the death of Jesus Christ. The death of Jesus Christ occurred on the Day of Pentecost, which entailed where the Holy Spirit was said to fall and descend on Jesus Christ’s followers.

History does represent facts which state that the first Christians were Jewish people who decided to adopt Christianity as their new sense of religion and hope. A significant proportion of the early Christians thus meant most of them were Jewish converts. Since the first church was built and located in the center of Jerusalem, Christianity saw a significant rise in its followers through many gentiles or non-Jewish people.

Many of the early Christians believed in the idea that it was their mission and calling to spread the teachings of the gospel. One such missionary was Apostle Paul who turned out to become one of the most important preachers. What is quite interesting is the fact that, the apostle Paul was once an individual who persecuted the Christians and Christianity.

So how did such an individual turn from being a persecutor to a missionary? The Acts of the Apostles clearly describes the situation in which Paul states his supernatural and dumbstruck experience with Jesus which changed his mind and showed the light to the right path. After adopting Christ as his savior and Christianity as his religion, Paul traveled all over the world and went around spreading the word of God and teachings of the Gospel. Eventually, Paul through his endeavors had established and set up churches throughout the nations of Europe and Africa. He had managed to convince the Roman Empire to build numerous churches as well.

Many historians suggest that Christianity would not have thrived as much as today if Paul hadn’t taken up the calling or mission to spread the word about the Messiah. Paul dedicated himself to Christianity. In addition to preaching about the Messiah, Paul is believed to have written thirteen texts of the twenty-seven books present in the New Testament.

The Christian Bible

The Holy Bible is not merely one single book but is composed of over sixty-six books authored by various individuals. The Bible is primarily divided into two major parts, namely, the Old Testament and the New Testament.

The initial part, the Old Testament was written before Jesus Christ’s death. The Old Testament mainly revolves around Judaism. The Old Testament entails the details of the lives and adventures of many significant prophets, specific rules to be followed by the Jewish along with further information describing the history of the Jewish personnel and culture. In this part, it explicitly high lightens and predicts the appearance of the Messiah.

The latter, the New Testament mainly revolves around the coming and death of the son of God, Jesus Christ. The New Testament is not a single text rather composed of four different kinds of books named as Gospels. The term Gospel is another term for good news. The original four gospels include namely, the Gospel of Mathew, the Gospel of Mark, the Gospel of Luke and the Gospel of John. The Gospels all together give details about the life and death of the son, Jesus Christ. Historians indicate that such texts were composed at the time between 70 A.D and 100 A.D.

The Bible not only depicts how Christianity is to be followed by Christians, but how the churches should operate as well. During such early periods, Christian leaders formulated letters. Such letters are known as epistles. The epistles construct and compose a significant proportion of the New Testament. Such letters or epistles provide valuable regulations and instructions on how the churches should optimally function by the word of Christ.

After Jesus Christ’s death, a new book called the Acts of the Apostles constituted the New Testament. The Acts of the Apostles primarily describes the adventures and accounts of the various apostles’ initiative or ministry, post-Jesus Christ’s death. Many consider the Act of the Apostles as the second part of the Gospels, as this book mainly revolves around what happened after the death of Jesus and his resurrection.

Revelation is the last and final piece of the New Testament. Revelation primarily details different visions and prophecies that many believe would become true such as describing how the world will end or the current state of the world in future perspectives.


Myths about Christianity

The biggest religion in the world, with millions of followers spread across the world, has it’s share of myths too. These myths are pretty deep-seated in the minds of not only those who are followers of Christianity but also of those who aren’t. Let’s take a look at what these myths are, and what the actual truth is!

MYTH 1: Origins of Christianity are traced in the West:
Well, if you actually dig deeper in historical records, facts, and figures, you will be stunned to know that the establishment of the Church in the Eastern regions of the world was done many years earlier than the that in the West! So if you actually note, the Church in India, China, and other eastern countries are much older than the that in North Europe.

MYTH 2: Christianity is biased and intolerant towards other religions:
Christianity is a religion that revolves around the commandment – ‘Love your neighbor as you love yourself.’ The most fundamental teaching of Christianity is that love is the foundation of the human race and treating every other human love the way deserve to be treated is what Christianity is all about. And along with loving others comes acceptance for the way they are and their way of life, too.

MYTH 3: Christianity has no relevance to the modern world:
Those who have carefully read the Scriptures will know how relevant the Bible is to the modern world. The best part about the Bible is that has in it all advice and knowledge about everything – finances, friendship, relations, love, marriage, religion, practical world – it encompasses everything you need to survive in the modern world. In fact, the Scriptures are what will help you keep yourself sane in the madness this modern world brings in.

MYTH 4: Christianity is not for the literate:
By literate, we mean those who have mastered their fields, especially science and have the ability to question the Scriptures. However, this is a huge myth about Christianity which has enveloped the world. It has been observed that those with immense knowledge in their respective fields still have an unshaken faith in what the Bible says. So this clearly washes away the myth that Christianity is not meant for the literate at all.

There we go, major myths about Christianity busted right there.

Popular Christian Denominations

With 2.1 billion devoted followers all around the world, Christianity is the biggest religion in the world. Although the central ideology and faith of all Christians – that Jesus is the Son of God and He is the Messiah – remain constant, the fact that despite this common stronghold of faith, Christians are still divided into many sects cannot be denied. While this may lead us to wonder why this division when each Christian has the same belief –  the factions came into existence because of the slight difference in ideologies, theories and belief concepts that led to the creation of different denominations. Let’s have a look at the most popular Christian denominations in the world:

  • The Roman Catholic Church:
    The headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church is in Vatican – the land of priests. 24 Latin Churches and a set of 23 Eastern Catholic Churches form part of the Roman Catholic Church. The Catholic church considers itself to be the predecessor of all other sects of Christianity, with it being the oldest Church, believed to be founded by St. Peter, who is also the Apostle who is known as ‘The Rock’ on which the foundation of Christianity would be laid. Catholics occupy a huge chunk of Christianity, with around 1,285,000,000 people actively involved int he Roman Catholic Church.

  • Protestantism:
    Former Catholics, who diverged from Roman Catholicism to form their own sect, later came to be known as Protestants. The beliefs of this sect differ from that of Roman Catholicism, which leads to the formation of this sect. Also, the manner of worship and devotion of the Protestants differs from Catholicism. This sect came into existence during the Reformation – and has had an increasing number of followers since then.


  • Methodists:
    The Methodists have around 80 million members across the world. The practical approach of the Methodists to religion and God make it more relatable, according to followers. This sect also has had an ever-increasing membership since it was founded way back in the 18th century.


  • Seventh Day Adventists:
    With a popular following all over the world, the Seventh Day Adventists are known for their unique and original approach to Christianity. Every word mentioned in the Bible is what the Seventh Day Adventists follow to the core, making this one of the much-loved Christian denomination in the world.

Minor differences in the beliefs and approach to Christianity is the reason behind these differences – keeping them apart, Christianity remains one of the largest religions in the world.

Jesus’s Teachings

Christians embraced many of the instructions cited by Jesus Christ. The son or Jesus Christ often used parables to convey his teachings. Few of the essential lessons and words of God being embraced and upheld by all Christians today are:-

Matt. 3:13-17 – The Christian life is commenced through baptism

Matt. 4:1-11 – Jesus recites that God is available to help and guide us not give in to temptation

Matt. 4:17- Jesus tells his children to repent, turn away from sins and confess any wrongdoing.


Matt. 4:18-22- Jesus says to follow him to help seek other followers.

Matt. 16.24-27 – Jesus recites to take up the cross and follow him.

Matt. 4:23; 13:18-52; 18:1-5 – Jesus consistently quotes, “the kingdom of heaven is at hand” signifying that heaven is on earth and in the future, we will be in the presence of the Almighty and Jesus.

Matt. 4:24-25; 9:9-13- Jesus portrayed and depicted compassion for all and helped them irrespective of the poor, outcast and wants us to do the same.

Matt .9:14-17- Jesus recites that he is similar to new wineskins or an entirely new thing.

Matt .9:18-31 – The various stories of miracles and healings of the son, Jesus Christ teach the message of having faith, as it is enough.


Matt. 6:1-6- Jesus emphasizes being sincere and avoids being a hypocrite.

Matt. 10.40; 16:13-20- Jesus recites, himself and God are one.

Matt. 10:35-38; 12:46-50- Jesus warns his followers; do not let family come in the way of following him.

Matt. 12: 1-8; 15:1-9- Jesus and only Jesus have authority over law and traditions.

Matt. 1:22-23; 17:9-13- Jesus fulfills the needs of the Old Testament scriptures.

Matt. 19:13-15- Jesus preaches that you must become like a child in order to enter thy kingdom.

Matt. 28:16-19- Jesus’s disciples form and become a holy community of faith which initiates the beginning of the Christian church universal.

Matt .21-27- The things that took place on Jesus’s last week on Earth are a combination of his teachings, ministry and lastly, death on a cross. It depicts a man who has never sinned and was ready to suffer for our sins by being nailed to the cross.

Matt. 28:7-10- Jesus recites he is alive and commands to go tell everyone.

Matt. 28:20b- Jesus tells that he will forever be with you.

Most Preferred Bible versions

The religious book of the world’s most followed religion – the Holy Bible also happens to be the most favored literary works in the world. A collection of scriptures, quite a lot of which compose of divine revelations, also has a lot of incidents which actually happened in the times before and after the birth of Jesus. The Holy Bible was originally Hebrew, and some parts of it were also in Aramaic the commonly spoken language back then. The original Scriptures have around 450 English translations. But among these, the most preferred versions which are found in churches and homes of Christians across the globe are quite a few. Let’s have a look at these popular versions:

New International Version:
The New International Version is the most simplified version of the Bible. While translating this Bible, the primary goal was to come up with something simple, lucid and easily relatable to the people reading it, without actually diluting the meaning and relevance of the Hebrew Scriptures. It was first published way back in 1973. However, there have been regular reviews and updating too. The reviewing committee meets annually to scrutinize the changes and actually implement them.

The King James Version:
This version of the Bible is named after the one who was instrumental in coming up with it. King James I of England initiated the translation of this version of the Bible. The significant difference between the New International Version and the King James Version is that the latter is more precise and literal when it comes to translation. The former has a general translation, which tends to dilute what exactly has been said. The King James Version was released in 1604, and since then has a lot of readers. However, the language can come to be a bit heavy if you aren’t used to that kind of antiquated vocabulary.

New American Standard Bible:
This version of the Bible was published in 1971 – again, it too is known for its literal, word-to-word translation. Apt usage of replicable idioms and phrases to bring out the true meaning of what is mentioned in the original Scriptures is why this Bible is preferred amongst masses. Despite being literal in translation, the simplicity of the Word has been maintained in this version of the Bible.

The difference in different versions of the Bible comes in only because of the approach towards translation. Otherwise, every version has tried it’s best to bring out the best translation of the original Word.

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