This would be a really funny question if it wasn’t so tragic. The hallmark of a believer (Christian) is to believe in the works of Christ. Yet the institution that is broadly called ‘Christianity’ doesn’t always believe in the works of Christ ~ sometimes it just participates in the activities of the organisation known as the church.
It all comes down to our understanding of the word “believe”. We use this word a lot; I believe that children are our future,.. I believe in love,.. I believe for every drop of rain that falls, a flower grows,.. I believe that all men are created equal….There is a difference between these expressions of belief and the Christian meaning; these are personal values, they are an expression of our deepest opinions, an inner yearning, a firmly held ideal.
Belief, as portrayed in the above paragraph is not the belief portrayed in the bible…
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