Christianity was first introduced in the city of Jerusalem in the first century. According to
Levy (2016), the city is located in Judea roman province. The province served as a cross-cultural
of the mecca of farms and progressive cities. Accordingly, the residents were pagans and
practiced polytheistic cultural beliefs. The Jewish quickly learned the religion and spread the
gospel across the world. Throughout human history, Christianity is marked as one of the
productive spirituals mission. Concurrently, Christianity is monotheistic religion whereby God is
believed to be the creator of heaven and earth.
In monotheistic faiths, the sacred texts invoke divine collection, fostered communal
identity, promoted mystical experience and guide the public as well as individual spiritual
practice (Hall, 2014). The word of God is believed to instigate from divine inspiration.
Reflectively, the sacred text has initiated most profound and sublime values, spiritual ideas and
philosophical insight that shape humankind spiritual and moral development. Undeniably, the
religious text incorporates lofty ideas that figure individual identity and avail contented text that
guides Christian’s code of conduct. Indeed, religion explains destination and the purpose of life’s
journey. The scripture available for the faith tradition boosts mutual respect as well as an
understanding of religious values.
Notably, every region has a discrete opinion regarding the issue of death. Christians
believe that death is part of life that facilitates various experiences related to reincarnation and
afterlife. Interestingly, Christians think that life after death varies based on individuals and
denominations. Accordingly, most Christians believe that heaven exists whereby believers will
delight in God’s presence. Christians believe that Jesus died on the cross to cleanse immoral acts
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of human beings. Reflectively, Christians respect the death and provide a decent burial to the
deceased believing that the late individual joined the next life.
Klass (2018) opined that religion incorporates various principles including the code of
conduct, moral and ethical codes. As such, practicing of the universal moral ethics and law
boosts companionship and togetherness among the Christians. Moreover, on Sundays,
individuals or the societies believing in Christ gather together in a specific place, identified as the
church, to worship and give thanks to the almighty God. Indeed, sharing similar ideologies
among the Christians induces the spirit of togetherness. The stipulated regulations and rules
minimize chances of conflict and clashes among the Christian fraternity. In accord, Christian
believe that after death, they will gather together in the presence of God. In every year,
Christians find unity and emulate the spirit of togetherness while celebrating various religious
ceremonies such Christmas. Interestingly, religious readers are mandated with the responsibility
of ensuring that Christian values are appreciated and contribute to peace and togetherness among
Notably, numerous operations in the society are regulated through the acts of religion. As
such, religion has an imperative role to play in the community such inducing element of
responsibility among the societal members. Remarkably, religion has contributed to a situation
whereby Christians in society are ashamed of particular activities such as sex and eating. Some
individuals believe that the region concept applies an element of force whereby individuals are
forced to contemplate in a specific way without question. Indeed, one cannot afford to ignore the
fact that religion broads Christians perception and their basic reasoning. As such, religion
contributes to numerous societal changes that are tailored to behaviors and moral concepts.
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Believing in some Christian theories as well as emulating religious text transforms the
individual way of life. Therefore, religion induces a new idea that focuses on the wellbeing of
society. On a positive note, religion has influenced a civilization force which attributes to the
change of behavior among the society members. Societies have rediscovered themselves through
the act of region and have abandoned various vices including evil and intolerance.
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