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God & Spiritual Beings in Christianity

Christians believe in one God who is "three Persons" - the Trinity - as well as angels and demons. Some Christian denominations also honor saints.

  • Christian Saints

    The concept of saints is common throughout Christianity. The Apostle's Creed, which is accepted by all mainstream Christian denominations, affirms the "communion of saints... full article →
  • Christian beliefs about Jesus

    Although the three major branches of the Christian religion, Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, and Eastern Orthodoxy have certain unique perspectives on Jesus, they all agree they he preached a message that concerned salvation, love, and care for the poor and those in need... full article →
  • Demons in Christianity

    ## The Origin and Identity of Demons In Christianity, demons are angels who fell from right standing with God due to their sin an rebellion... full article →
  • The Christian God

    Christianity is one of the three major monotheistic world religions. Like Jews and Muslims, Christians believe one God who created the world and takes an interest in the humans who inhabit it... full article →
  • The Holy Spirit

    In mainstream Christianity (including Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant denominations), the Holy Spirit is God, the third person of the Trinity, coequal with the Father and the Son, Jesus Christ... full article →
  • Trinity

    In Christianity, God is One, but three distinct "persons" constitute the one God: the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit. This unique threefold God of Christian belief is referred to as the triune God or the Trinity (tri + unity). full article →
  • angels (Christianity)

    In the Christian religion, angels are spiritual beings who serve God. The Bible teaches that angels were created by God, but it doesn't say when they were created... full article →