American Christianity And Christianity

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Christianity has been present in America since the 16th century; with time cultures have changed and continued to evolve. In today’s American culture the message of the bible has been changed to fit into the lives of the American Christians. The messages from the bible were written as a method of teaching and a code for how one should live their life, these messages are being changed in such ways that it makes one question if the messages the people are receiving really the word of the Lord, or are they customized to fit into the American life. Throughout history American Christianity has changed, as the bible tells one how they should live their life, American and Biblical Christianity have separated. American Christians do not live the way …show more content…
This passage would best represent a biblical Christian. A biblical Christian puts all of their faith in Christ, and Christ alone. Biblical Christians follow the message of Christ and are obedient of Christ as Christ gave his life to save them from their sins. These Christians have a life deeply rooted in faith.
American Christianity has several other differences than Biblical Christianity, for example American Christianity focuses on individual destiny, prosperity and self-fulfillment, where as the bible focuses on community, stewardship, and serving humanity. One other and a notably big difference is that in American Christianity leaders are trained in Bible/ Religious colleges, where as in Biblical Christianity leaders where leaders were nurtured through mentoring.
American Christianity has changed throughout history as well, at one point Christians would celebrate in larger cathedrals or churches, in today 's American Christian Culture churches can now be found in strip malls, and are no longer large intricate buildings. By having many Christian churches popping up everywhere it further shows that American Christianity is still evolving, new Christian faiths are being created as well. Does it matter where one worships, or as long as they are receiving the message, does the venue

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