Christian Cross

There are many types of crosses… Here is one of them!

  • The Christian cross symbolises the crucifixion (death on a cross) of Jesus Christ which is especially commemorated on Good Friday at Easter time.
  • The Christian cross is the most common symbol of Christianity.
  • Christian’s believe that the cross is a reminder of God’s love, which was shown by sending his only son, Jesus Christ, to be sacrificed on a cross, to bear the sin of the world.
  • There are many variations of the Christian cross, the most common cross being the Latin cross (†).
  • The Christian cross is often found on jewellery, or church buildings, as a symbol of Christianity, although many people where a cross without associating themselves as Christians.

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  • The Christian cross is often used as a marker or a reminder of fatal accidents or other deaths, and are commonly found in cemeteries and on gravestones.
  • Christians were initially reluctant to use the cross as a Christian symbol, because crosses were used as a form of painful execution.
  • The cross symbol was associated with Christianity as early as the 2nd century.
  • The Christian cross is used by over 2 billion Christians worldwide.
  • By the 6th century, the Christian cross had become an acceptable Christian symbol and was commonly depicted in art.
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