I am try to find out about theism of christianity.gods and goddess also is christianity mono-theistic, poly-theistic, or non-theistic.
While both previous answers are correct to some degree, they do not give all pertinent information. Firstly, the belief of most, if not all Christians is based in the Trinity; the Father, the Son, and the Spirit. The Father is the Creator and protector, the Son is the Savior, and the Spirit is the guide. Second, Jesus as the Savior means that He came to earth in human form, born of a virgin (Christmas) named Mary. He came for one reason, to bride the gap that sin has created between us and heaven. See, God wants everyone to be with Him, but He wants them to choose that, not be forced into it. So He gave us free will. That is why Eve was able to eat of the fruit, and why sin entered Eden and the human heart. In order to bring us to Him, God sent his Son, Jesus to pay the price for sin, which is death. Jesus did as His Father wanted, even though he was afraid. Third, Christinanity is mono-thiestic regardless of the three pieces of God.
God didnt came to this earth as jesus christ it doesnt mean that i dont respect your opinion but jesus christ was a messenger just like other messengers. when unbelievers decided to kill him god protected him there are 2 different opinions about jesus christ's death a group say god raised his soul to sky and one group say jesus christ died just like all normal people and messengers in his own death time which opinion is true ? its not known yet...for more information funmail me take a good care.
okay christian is a very broad term. I personally am a christian-protestant (non catholic)- and attend the First Church of the Nazarene. I know this sounds really confusing, but basically we believe there is ONE God. but he comes in three parts. the father. the son. and the holy spirit. but they aren't three separate Gods they are one and the same. like a triangle. think of H2O. there's liquid water, solid ice, and gas steam. three parts one substance.
Christianity is monotheistic by self-definition. However, what Christians call angels and demons could just as easily be called lesser gods. Jesus being part man and part god would be considered a demigod in other religions.
If the Pagans declared that Zeus or Jupiter was the only God and the rest of the panthion were saints, angels, demons, or what have you they could have declared themselves monotheist as well.
There is historical evidence proving Jesus life and his death on the cross. what is more there is even evidence that he was seen after his death on the cross.
I understand however that you might have a different opinion, but there is historical evidence in Roman writings as well as Greek.
Christianity is theistic in nature. There is only one God and He came to this earth as Jesus Christ. Christianity does not have any goddesses.
Christianity is theistic in nature.
You mean MONOtheistic... that is, if you overlook the whole ''Father, Son, Holy Spirit'' part...
Christians believe in one god and his son and the supposed savior of man Jesus Christ.