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    Christians make up the majority of the population in 158 countries and territories. 280 million Christians live as a minority. About half of all Christians worldwide are Catholic, while more than a third are Protestant (37%). Orthodox communions comprise 12% of the world's Christians. Other Christian groups make up the remainder.

  2. Christianity originated with the ministry of Jesus, a Jewish teacher and healer who proclaimed the imminent Kingdom of God and was crucified c. AD 30–33 in Jerusalem in the Roman province of Judea. [1]

  3. A Christian ( / ˈkrɪstʃən, - tiən / ( listen)) is a person who believes in Christianity, a monotheistic religion. Christianity is mostly about the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, in the New Testament [1] and interpreted or prophesied in the Hebrew Bible / Old Testament. [2]

  4. Christianity is the most prevalent religion in the United States. Estimates from 2021 suggest that of the entire U.S. population (332 million) about 63% is Christian (210 million). [1] A plurality of Christian Americans are Protestant Christians (140 million; 42%), though there are also significant numbers of American Roman Catholics (70 ...

  5. Christian Angermayer invests in life sciences, fintech, AI, psychedelics and cryptocurrencies through his family office Apeiron Investment Group. He made his first millions cofounding biotech firm ...

  6. About. With a transcendent vocal, down-to-Earth storytelling and a Heaven-sent desire to glorify Jesus, Anne Wilson is one of Nashville’s most inspiring young trailblazers – a Lexington, Ky. native mixing the heart of Contemporary Christian Music, and the sound of Country.

  7. Christian is a unisex given name which originated as a baptismal name used by persons of the Christian religion. It has been used as a given name since the Middle Ages, originally for males. It was later used for females, [1] without any feminising word endings. A historically commonly used abbreviation (used for example on English 17th-century ...

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