Is there a distinction between Christianity and religion?

Update: The term religion describes human practices—practices of worship, of cultic involvement, of belief in a god, and of obeying certain rules that come from the god or gods. There is a religious aspect to Christianity. We do worship, and we are involved in certain human activities, such as prayer and Bible studies and... show more The term religion describes human practices—practices of worship, of cultic involvement, of belief in a god, and of obeying certain rules that come from the god or gods.

There is a religious aspect to Christianity. We do worship, and we are involved in certain human activities, such as prayer and Bible studies and devotions. Our religious practices are similar to the practices of other religions. But Christianity is much more than a religion; it is LIFE.
Update 2: @Redeemed by the Blood of the Lamb Yes I do take very much notice of Ceisiwr`s answer because I know this is a person that have never known Christ, but he think he has. He is in the risk of the condemns in Hebrews. Those who know the truth, but disconnect.
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