Not necessarily true Meritaten. Christ was supposedly the 'son' of God, not a God himself. Christianity is a monotheism, no room for multiple Gods there!...ha.
Orthodox Christianity understands the concept of the Triune Godhead. This Godhead is divine. It incorporates, God the Father, Christ the Son, and the Holy Spirit. In the Triune Godhead Jesus is not just the "son of God" but is a part of the Triune. He is as divine as the other members, while fully human at the same time. Christ dies, not because he is 'human' but because it is the price set by God, the Father for the sins of mankind. Christ gives up his life on earth, only to be resurrected to judge the living and the dead. It is a mystery to those outside Orthodox Christianity, and the Triune Godhead isn't always even understood by those within it.
Hearsies promote that Christ was just the 'son of God' and not of divine nature himself.
Orthodox Christianity in this means those Christian Churches that accept the Nicene Creed.