I believe he's a "born again" Christian. He just didn't believe in god being almighty, for a time, then a switch was hit, in his mind, that said "god is almighty, and will take anyone in as a child of god." That would explain why he dosent snog the crowd anymore or make racist remarks. July 17, 2008 Shawn always believed in God, just didn't always follow God, he is a born again Christian and he has never made racist remarks. Read his book it is great and explains that Becca was going to Bible studies and he would always ask questions and finally went to the men's Bible class and now teaches a class every Wed. morning.
his Christian.. since he wears a cross
She's christian. But since she's so busy obiviouslly she doesn't have much time to go to church.
Swahili people follow the religion of Islam since ninth century.
Since America is free, (freedom of religion) there is no such thing as a Christian state.
It depends if they follow Jewish religion or Vampire religion
Stryper is a Christian glam metal band from Orange County, California. So since this band is a Christian metal band it is safe to say that the band believes in the Christian religion.
Islam (Islam is the name of the Religion. The people who follow Islam are Muslims.) has been a Religion since the beginning of time, Allah (SWT) has been there since FOREVER so Islam has been a religion forever.
The Catholic religion is the original Christian religion. All other Christian denominations can trace their roots back to the Catholic Church. Since there are about 33,000 Protestant denominations, it would be impossible here to discuss all the differences.
Emperor Theodosius (378-395) was a Christian and extremely intolerant of any non-Christian religion. Rather than continue to allow people to follow whatever religion they chose, which had nominally been the case at least since the Edict of Toleration, he made Christianity the official religion of Rome. This had the effect of requiring all residents of the empire to become Christians and, to enforce this, he instituted further persecutions of the pagans, even making it a capital offence just to look at a pagan statue smashed by the Christian mobs.
He's a Born Again Christian according to NNDB.com. Jeff Gordon has been a born-again Christian since 1995.
Since the pentecostal denominations are part of the Christian Church, they do believe in salvation.
Probably christian protestant (evangelical-lutheran church) since his family are Norwegians
Since Christianity is the largest religion, it is located all over the world. It is mostly in the West. But Christianity has a foothold in Asia as well.
None at all, since, being an Olympian god, he himself was an integral part of ancient Greek religion.
Christians can worship anytime and anywhere they want. Most thank God before they eat, and before they go to bed. But since Christianity is a relationship not a religion, Christians don't have to worship a specific time or place.
Well most christian came from Europe since tat was there religion and then tried to convert Indians into christian as well but there are still a lot back in Europe since after all the pope lives there.
in a talk show, Katrina kaif was interviewed. and she said she is back to London every xmas to celebrate it with her family members there. most of her sisters are staying in London. also her mom. she doesnt follow her father's religion , Islam. since she celebrates xmas.. so Katrina kaif is a Christian, following the religion of her British mom. Her father is Muslim, and under Islamic traditions she would automatically be a Muslim. Katrina kaif is a Muslim and a christian because her father is Muslim and mother is british christian
Christianity is relevant because it is the religion of many people in the world. Since Christianity is a major religion, many people base their decision on Christian beliefs.
yes Not always, it depends what it is. People have different things they consider moral. Some things we can all agree on like murder and rape for instance. When it comes to sex before marriage or abortion the views differ. Many get their moral values from their religion and others get it from home or simply themselves while growing up. This is also why it's a good thing to keep religion and politics apart when it comes to making laws since not everyone follow that religion or any religion at all. And even those who do does not agree with everything the religion stands for. It would end up forcing people to follow the laws of a religion they are not following and since we have freedom of religion that is not legal.
Since I am a guy i know that women are more strict on religious stuff.
Most likely, since most of the explorers in that area were Spanish, it would be Catholicism.
He didn't start a new religion; it was still a Christian denomination: Church of England. This was a change from Catholicism since the pope would not grant him a divorce.
Since there are MANY churches with the word Trinity in their names, there is no way to answer this question unless you tell us which particular one you're asking about. But it isn't a regional religion! And most likely it's Christianity, since the Trinity is a Christian doctrine.
No, religion has been around since the first humans about 200,000 years ago, and maybe even before. IThe first religion could have been based on fire.
Most Norwegians would consider themselves christian, so the answer is no. since there is even a state church, it is largely a christian country. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norway#Religion