JEWS FOR JUSTICE
The Christian Church, which broke away from Judaism, hated the religion that gave birth to it, although it included the Bible, the Jewish Tanakh, in the form of the Old Testament in its main book. The New Testament was formed in the sixties of the first century from the so-called four Scriptures of the Apostles, the gospel (good news), and the Acts of the Apostles. The scriptures told about the life of Christ. Over the next centuries, countless texts, translations, papyri, manuscripts, manuscripts appeared. All of this has been thoroughly studied. Work on these texts is still ongoing, although the Church is confident that the Old and New Testaments have been restored. Today Christianity is professed by 33% of the world's population. Followers of Islam - 23% of the world's population. Judaism - 15 million people.