Christianity is the world's largest religion with over 2 Billion professing believers. Christianity developed from the Jewish faith, with Jesus of Nazareth, a Jew, being identified as the Messiah of the World.
Christianity spread rapidly, ultimately becoming the official religion of the Roman Empire, in addition to spreading into the Eastern Hemisphere. This made Christianity global, as it spread to all continents.
Christianity has three major divisions, Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Protestant. In this podcast, these movements and the essential beliefs of Evangelical Christianity are discussed, along with points of contrast and comparison between biblical concepts and the teachings of other religions.
The conclusion is that, contrary to popular belief, Christianity does not teach the same thing as other religions and that the different religions communicate completely different concepts of God that force people to decide which, if any, faith is true and should be followed.