3 Main Branches Of Christianity Meet For The First Time

06.29.11 | Sarah Harnisch

Leaders from the three main bodies in Christianity, representing about 90-percent of Christian believers worldwide, met in Geneva on Monday. They came to a historic agreement on how Christians should behave in religiously diverse situations. In other words, how to interact when you're around faiths or even branches of your own faith that you don't agree with. It is the first time that Evangelicals, Protestants, and Catholics have worked together to endorse a major document. It's being called a major achievment because it shows that Christians from different backgrounds can come together for one cause.