How did we end up with eleventy gazillion different types of Christianity? For some people, all the diversity within Christianity is a deal killer, but where some see man-made religion, others see a message that’s so transcendent that it’s caught on in just about every kind of culture and community that have existed over the past couple thousand years. This video is built to help make sense of it all by going through the history of diversification and fragmentation within Christianity.
This summary covers a lot in a hurry. Have fun!
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