did christianity come from catholicism

did christianity come from catholicism插图

Best answer

Catholicism is not as old as is commonly believed. It emerged out of Early Christianity because of a number of factors and chance events. Catholic Christianity emerged in Ancient and medieval Rome and was deeply influenced by its history and culture according to Browne and Meir (1983).

People also ask

  • Why to become a Catholic?

  • The only reason to become Catholic is out of a desire for the closeness to God that comes from being Catholic. A desire for the Eucharist, for the spiritual richness of the Sacraments, and the fullness of God’s truth found through the Catholic Church.

  • What is the difference between Catholicism and Christianity?

  • Catholicism vs. Christianity. Catholicism is the largest denomination of Christianity. All Catholics are Christians, but not all Christians are Catholics. A Christian refers to a follower of Jesus Christ who may be a Catholic, Protestant, Gnostic, Mormon, Evangelical, Anglican or Orthodox, or follower of another branch of the religion.

  • Are Roman Catholics truly Christian?

  • Roman Catholicism is not Christian , it is a satanically inspired counterfeit of Christianity that has deceived billions into worshipping a false Christ. If you really love Catholics, you will gently show them the Truth so that they can decide who they will believe: The Vatican’s Catechism, or The Holy Bible.

  • Do Catholics get saved?

  • Yes, some Catholics may not be actually saved, but I can also say that there are some who profess to be Christians who may also not be saved. We are told to work out our own salvation, to make our profession sure, and to depend upon Jesus Christ and His atoning work at Calvary to save us.