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  • 1. Christianity Project
    By Alex Prideaux
    From Christian perspective may not agree with all religious ideas
  • 2. Symbols and Objects
    Jesus the messiah
    The Christian cross
    The Star of Bethlehem
    These symbols and objects represent Christianity in many ways. An example is in the first picture the cross this represents Christianity because the cross is empty and that is important because after being crucified Jesus came back to life as the messiah.
    The second example is the star of Bethlehem this represent Christianity because the star showed the shepherds and the wise men to baby Jesus.
    The third example is Jesus he is an impotent symbol because he led his followers in new directions and they eventually formed Christianity.
  • 3. Celebrations and Holidays
    2 Jesus rising from the dead
    1 Birth of Jesus
    3 An advent wreath
    The pictures above represent three different Christian holidays. The first one represents the holiday of Christmas which is a celebration of Jesus’ birth.
    The second picture represents Easter which observes the resurrection of Jesus.
    The third picture represents advent the celebration of God and his gifts to us through Jesus.
  • 4. Holy Places and places of worship
    3 A map of ancient Jerusalem
    1 A church
    2 The town of Bethlehem
    The places above are places of worship for Christianity. The first one is a church which is the basic place of worship for Christianity.
    The second place is Bethlehem which is where Jesus is born so it is important for Christianity.
    The third place is Jerusalem and that is important because Jesus had his last supper there.
  • 5. Stories of origin and important people
    3 God creating the earth
    2 the burning bush
    1 Jesus Crist
    These pictures represent some important people and stories of origin for Christianity. The first one is Jesus. He is an important person for Christianity because he created the foundation for the first Christians.
    The story of creation is a important story for Christians because that is when god created the earth and the heavens.
    The burning bush is a story of origin for the Christian people because it was what lead Moses to become a prophet.
  • 6. Holy Writings and Core Beliefs
    1 The holy bible
    3 The holy trinity
    2 The Christian god
    The pictures above represent some holy writings and core beliefs of Christianity. The first one is the bible. The bible is the book that contains the Christian beliefs.
    The third is the holy trinity. The holy trinity represents the three aspects of god : The father, The son, and The holy spirit
    The second one is god and this represents the Christian belief that there is only one god.
  • 7. Rituals and Rites of Passage
    1 Jesus being baptized
    2 A child being confirmed
    3 Communion
    There are many Christian rituals and rites of passage. The first example of this is baptism. The point of baptism is to accept the holy spirit.
    The second is confirmation. Confirmation is about professing your belief in god and faith Crist.
    The third is communion. Communion is where you take bread and wine that represents Crist's body and blood and remembering his sacrifice for our sins.
  • 8. History and Modern Day
    History Modern Day