Christianity is a religion founded on the teachings and life of Jesus of Nazareth, also known as God or Jesus Christ. It is estimated to have over 2.4 Billion followers worldwide. Although most Christians are converts to this religion, there are still a great many who do not fully believe in Christ, as they were taught that he was a Jew. In Christianity, the followers believe that Jesus is the son of God, while the followers of Judaism and Islam claim that he is a prophet of God. Regardless of what kind of beliefs you have about Christ, he is still a very important figure to Christianity.
The biggest difference between Christianity and Judaism is that the first group worships Christ as their personal savior, whereas the second group practices what is known as Messianic Judaism, which is believed to be a parallel to Christianity. However, there are some things that are similar between the two religions. Both believe in salvation, universal salvation, and theories, which mean turning into a God. They also have a lot of similarities when it comes to their outlook on family and community life as well as their willingness to follow the teachings of Christ.
While some scholars have disputed whether Christianity actually started with the belief of the Crucifixion or if it came later, no matter how you look at it, the fact is that it has one basic similarity with Judaism, which is that both of them have something to do with the resurrection of Christ. Both believe that Christ was raised from the dead, and that this is the mark of the new testament. They also both believe that the historical Jesus was the son of God, which is similar to the eschatology of the Jewish faith. Regardless, of what you think, Christianity and Judaism are both very important aspects of the world today, and must be understood for everyone to be able to fully appreciate their significance.