Orthodox christianity has similarities and differences with the two other large branches of the christian faith, which are roman catholicism and protestantism the three share beliefs on certain core doctrines such as the sinfulness of man, the trinity, and the physical resurrection of jesus christ. An orthodox church, armenia find this pin and more on new testament and disciples by god and jesus [ location: church of saint nicholas ] inside a russian orthodox church not a catholic but love the look of an orthodox church. Orthodox christianity 101: finding the church jesus built institute for orthodox christian studies cambridge 1,536 views 1:43:36 orthodox christianity 101: finding the church jesus built. Orthodox christianity versus biblical christianity yet if joe christian were to respond as jesus did it seems that the orthodox elite would nullify such an objection by calling into question the interpretation of the verse, even though by his application jesus clearly showed his interpretation of the verse nor of human decision or a. Christians rather consider themselves obliged to follow the words of jesus recorded in the gospels because they believe that jesus is the christ, the son of the living god who was crucified and raised from the dead for their salvation.
The purpose of orthodox christianity is the salvation of every human person, uniting us to christ in the church, transforming us in holiness, and giving us eternal life this is the gospel, the good news, that jesus is the messiah, that he rose from the dead, and that we can be saved as a result. And once more, this salvation is personal, centered on the distinct human being who draws on his essence—renewed in christ—and who, in his person, becomes a small jesus christ within jesus christ, to quote one church father so it is that jesus christ is our personal lord and our savior. I believe that the idea of jesus christ dying for man’s sin has its origin in the ancient concept of offering human sacrifices to a deity we know human sacrifice was common in ancient times.
Incarnation refers to the act of a pre-existent divine being, the son of god, in becoming a human being while all christians believed that jesus was indeed the son of god, the divinity of christ was a theologically charged topic for the early church debate on this subject occurred during the first four centuries of christianity, involving jewish christians, gnostics, followers of arius of. If you study human sacrifice historically, there is not a single thing in common with the death of jesus and the kinds of human sacrifices which were common at that time a human sacrifice is a situation in which a human being kills another human being with the purpose of appeasing a god. Question: what is coptic christianity, and what do coptic christians believe answer: “coptic” means “egyptian,” and christians living in egypt identify themselves as coptic christians as a denomination they originated in the city of alexandria, one of the most faithful, respected, and fruitful cities during the apostolic period. The first christians, beginning with the apostles, had to insist on the fact that not only is jesus truly the christ and the son of god, but that he has truly lived and died and risen from the dead in the flesh, as a true human being. Orthodox christians throughout the world use various ethnic or national jurisdictional titles, or more inclusively, the title eastern orthodox, orthodox catholic, or simply orthodox  what unites orthodox christians is the catholic faith as carried through holy tradition.
Christology is the part of theology that is concerned with the nature and work of jesus, including such matters as the incarnation, the resurrection, and his human and divine natures and their relationship. Christianity is centered on the person of jesus he was born during a time of great religious and political unrest in israel under roman domination the jews were splintered into groups that advocated widely divergent responses to the times. Orthodox christians believe that jesus christ is god in the form of human flesh they think that jesus is not part human and part divine, but fully human and fully divine this means that jesus has.
The human jesus was more or less the position of the early jewish christians in jerusalem, though many believed jesus became divine at a later date, such as at his baptism if jesus is fully divine, but not human, then we can’t really have a personal relationship with him. As described in the gospels, jesus christ was born of a woman—the virgin mary—as a real human child he grew into a full-grown man he preached, healed, taught his disciples, died in physical reality on the cross, and then rose bodily from the dead on the third day. Christology - eastern orthodox christology: christological discourse within orthodox, or eastern, theology (ie, the theology of the eastern orthodox churches) has been shaped since the 5th century by the doctrine of chalcedon, which the eastern churches accepted eastern theology interpreted the union of the divine and the human in jesus as glorifying humanity and as preparing humanity for. In jesus: fallen, emmanuel hatzidakis, a greek orthodox priest, addresses these and other controversial questions pertaining to the human nature of christ, which ar was his human nature corrupt and sinful, inherently and necessarily subject to suffering and death.
Christianity broadly consists of individuals who believe in the deity jesus christ its followers, called christians, often believe christ is the son of the holy trinity and walked the earth as the incarnate form of god (the father. Christian support for human rights [have you done any research in this area if so, please share it] robert traer jürgen moltmann asserts that despite the tensions in the ecumenical movement the common faith lives 1 despite the differences among christians over matters of doctrine, there is a growing consensus today in support of human rights. Patristic anthropology, the theology of the human person and human rights are intimately related recognition of the close relationships among these three areas is essential to the elaboration of a sound orthodox theology concerning the nature and status of human existence in the face of secularism. Answer the faith of the orthodox church is that jesus christ is fully human, that he is a real man but we believe as well that jesus is not a “mere man,” but that he is the eternal, divine son of god.