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YES UNBROKEN HISTORY, IT IS A FACT AND DECLARED BY SECULAR UNIVERSITIES AROUND THE WORLD. CHRISTIANS HAVE BEEN PRACTICING CHRISTIANITY IN THE SAME FORM SINCE ITS INCEPTION IN 33AD OR PENTECOST TAKE YOUR PICK. AGAIN NO ONE EXCEPT LDS DOUBTS THIS.
-What about selling indulgences? Was Christ telling people they could sin if they gave him money?
-Did Christ get baptized, was he baptized by immersion or sprinkling? Christian churches all over debate whether baptism is essential. How can you claim Christianity has been the same when churches today can not agree on what is necessary for salvation?
-Have holy rights, holy water, and prayer beads always had a place in Christianity?
-Has all of Christianity always thought that devotion is best expressed in the confines of a secluded society?(as monks or nuns)
The very question of if and how Christianity had changed is what brought the great reformers like Martin Luther to take a stand against the prevailing religious institutions of their time. Of course Christianity has changed and is being practiced in varying forms through out much of the world.
I once met a pastor and a deacon of the same Baptist Church who thought differently on the matter of Baptism. The Pastor of the BAPTIST church felt that Baptism wasn't necessary while the Deacon felt that it was absolutely necessary to have baptism by immersion. Forms are being debated and changed. Much of Christianity is different than it was 2000 years ago.