If you walked into a Christian church off the street, what question would you like to hear answered?
Jesus, if he existed at all, was a great teacher. Nothing more. He taught tolerance and love of all people. Christianity is a religion, created by men, about Jesus as a divine being. In the original texts, Jesus supposedly said he was a child of god and that we are all children of god. He never claimed to be the only son of god, that was added in long after he died by Constantine. The whole deification of Jesus is borrowed completely from much older religions. If Christians knew anything at all about Jesus and his teachings they would know that he was against religion all together. That is why he harassed the self righteous religious types of his day.
It's the message that's important, whether one believes him to be the son of God or a mere man, he had a beautiful and important message, imo.
I really can't understand how so many people who claim to follow him can so totally miss the message.
3.( sometimes initial capital letter ) the whole body of Christian believers; Christendom.Quote has been trimmed
4.( sometimes initial capital letter ) any division of this body professing the same creed and acknowledging the same ecclesiastical authority; a Christian denomination: the Methodist Church.
5.that part of the whole Christian body, or of a particular denomination, belonging to the same city, country, nation, etc.
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You are either incredible stupid and have no idea how many denominations there are, you think everybody else is stupid and don't no how many denominations there are or spend an incredible amount of time visiting churches. Given your complete lack of understanding, I'm tossing out the last option.