OUTLINE the principal beliefs of Christianity and DESCRIBE the impact of ethical teachings in the life of adherents to Christianity.
Christianity is one of the three monotheistic faiths and the largest religion in the world. It is broad term that is used to describe the belief in Jesus Christ as the Son of God. It can be defined as a “religion based on the person and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth,” by the New oxford American Dictionary. However there is more to the fundamental beliefs of Christianity than to model after Christ. Amongst the various forms of Christianity they still share the same Principal beliefs. The Principal beliefs are The Divinity and humanity of Jesus Christ, the Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, The nature of God and the trinity, and Revelation and Salvation.
The Divinity and humanity of Jesus Christ refers to the Godlike being that Jesus Christ is since he is the Son of God. His divine nature is depicted in the events of the Bible through miracles such as the resurrection of Lazars and the healing of the blind man. Jesus’s Divinity is always attributed to him being the Son of God and as a result he is transcendent and is able to perform miracles and actions beyond our comprehension. This is evident in the parable of Jesus walking on water, “Then those who were in the boat worshipped him, saying, Truly you are the Son of God.” (Matthew 12:22-33). Another reasoning of Jesus’s Divine nature is that he is embodiment of God’s will, “Jesus is the