Let’s talk about Christianity.

  What is Christianity’s holy books or writing and some info them? The Christian holy book is the Bible. It is divided into the Old Testaments (also known as the Jewish Tanakh) and New Testaments. Moses did not write the “Torah” Pentateuch, a.k.a. the Five Books of Moses: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.   1. “..there is hardly a biblical scholar in the world actively working on the [authorship] problem who would claim that the Five Books of Moses were written by Moses.” – R.E. Friedman, “Who Wrote the Bible?” Harper Collins, San Francisco, CA, (1997), Page 28   2. “…it has long been recognized that…[Moses] cannot have been the author, and that the Pentateuch is in fact anonymous.” D.J.A. Clines. – D.J.A. Clines, “Pentateuch,” [an essay in B.M. Metzger et al, “The Oxford Companion to the Bible,” Oxford University Press, New York, NY (1993), Page 579 to 582 What are sects or denominations of Christianity and some info them? Over the centuries, Christianity has divided into numerous denominations. Each denomination has its own distinctive beliefs or practices, but they are generally considered a branch of mainstream Christianity if they agree on core doctrines like the divinity of Jesus Christ and the authority of the Bible. Relationships between denominations range from mutual respect and cooperation to denial that the other group is really “Christian.” The three main branches of Christianity are Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy and Protestant. Most of the denominations that exist today developed in the 500 years since the Protestant Reformation and fall under the “Protestant” branch. The Center for the Study of Global Christianity at...