Nadler (13) noted that Christianity started after the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, after which he ascended into heaven and sent down the Holy Spirit to guide believers, now known as Christians, in the holy and righteous way of life that he had preached and taught during his three years’ summons across Israel. It is believed that the Christian religion came to replace the Mosaic teachings, which had guided the lives of the Israelites over the years since Moses led them from Egypt to Canaan. Podmore (439) established that the first Christian church in the world was located at Antioch. Antioch was the city in which the former 11 disciples of Jesus Christ, with the exception of Judas Iscariot, gathered to receive the Holy Spirit. Judas had hanged himself from the guilt of betraying his master Jesus Christ to the Chief Priest (Deal 6). The disciples were in an Upper Room of the building with 3000 believers. The Holy Spirit descended on each person in the Upper Room with tongues of fire, leading each member to speak in tongues. Peter preached for the first time to the first church, whereby 3000 people got saved, thereby marking the first journey of Christianity, and the rise of the Christian religion. In fact, Camus (17) argued that apart from the first four books of the New Testament in the Bible which speak about the Gospel according to Jesus Christ, all the remaining books in the New Testament talk about spreading the Gospel by Christians, with Apostle Paul and his ‘Epistles’ being the largest contribution to the journey of Christianity to date.