Christianity Roman Catholicism; View of the Bible: Most Christian traditions believe God inspired the writing of the Bible. Some have a low view of its relevance for today, and others (especially conservatives), emphasize its authority is for all times, even today. Protestant Bibles don’t include the Apocrypha. Eastern Orthodox Bible’s do.
Evangelicalism grew to new heights in the 20th century. It separated from the fundamentalist movement, especially in regard to social engagement.While evangelicalism and fundamentalism had similar theological beliefs, like the inspiration of Scripture and the doctrine of the Trinity, they had different convictions about social engagement.
Christianity can be taxonomically divided into six main groups: Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, Oriental Orthodoxy, Eastern Orthodoxy, the Church of the East, and Restorationism.   A broader distinction that is sometimes drawn is between Eastern Christianity and Western Christianity , which has its origins in the East–West Schism ...
Christianity regards the Holy Bible, a collection of canonical books in two parts (the Old Testament and the New Testament) as authoritative: written by human authors under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, and therefore the inerrant Word of God.
Christianity emphasizes correct belief (or orthodoxy), focusing on the New Covenant as mediated through Jesus Christ, as recorded in the New Testament. Judaism places emphasis on correct conduct (or orthopraxy ),    focusing on the Mosaic covenant , as recorded in the Torah and Talmud .
Mar 31, 2021 · In the teachings of Orthodoxy, the Eastern Orthodox Church is the authentic continuation of the original church established by the Apostles shortly after the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In this article, discover the history, beliefs, and modern adherence of Eastern Orthodoxy and why it claims to be the one true, apostolic Christian church.
Eastern Orthodox and Protestant sects of Christianity. Thousands of denominations. Legislation: Prerogative of the Church, which follows the Holy Spirit and the Word of God as best it can. The Bible alone: Religious Law: The Bible and Catechisms, which may be added to or amended by The Pope. The Bible alone.