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Christian Theology

  • Date Submitted: 11/23/2010 10:46 PM
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Christianity is one of the main global religions which has millions of adepts worldwide. At the same time, Christianity has a number of movements and Churches, such as the Roman Catholic Church, the Anglican Church, Orthodox Christianity and others. The difference between Christian movements may be significant but the diversity of the modern Christianity reveals a strong theoretical background of this religion which lays the foundation to Christian theology, which rationalizes, explains and interprets basic ideas and concepts of Christianity to promote Christian faith worldwide. Remarkably, the development of Christina theology did not always bring positive effects since the conversion of Native Americans and other peoples conquered by Europeans led to physical extinction of a considerable of the non-Christian population, namely those people who refused from the conversion to Christianity. Nevertheless, today, Christian theology keeps progressing, but it has become more humanistic and progressive in regard to the tolerance toward other religions and personal beliefs of people. The development Christian theology plays an important role in the promotion of Christianity since Christian theology lays the ideological ground to Christian as the world’s religion and it is due to Christian theology, Christian ideas are spread worldwide.

Historical background of Christian theology
On analyzing the development of Christian theology and its basic concepts and ideas, it is important to lay emphasis on the fact that the rise of Christian theology is mainly attributed to the Middle Ages, when Christianity was the dominant religion in Europe and its impact expanded not only on the religious life of people but also on the political and social life. On the other hand, it is worth mentioning the fact that the emergence of Christian theology dates back to the epoch of the early Christianity when follower of Jesus attempted to lay the theoretical foundation to Christianity. In...

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