The word "believer" in predominately non-Christian nations is a code word for any Christian.Since Christians in many nations are discriminated against and sometimes even persecuted,it is safer to use the word "believer" in public conversations.
In predominately Christian nations where it is not necessary to hide ones faith,I believe that the word should be reserved for those who not only profess their faith in the divinity of the Prince of Peace but then go the necessary final step of following His teachings, which in the case of citizens of the United States will require them to work for an end to the war in Afghanistan.
by cjhunsinger2 years ago
As so many believe that America was founded on the principles of Judaism and Christianity and they are, most certainly, wrong, too, it is said that a Believer is one who believes in unproven supernatural deities....
by Fairbear7 months ago
Two relatively similar people are presented with the Bible and the message of Christianity. Person one takes to it eagerly. Person two pushes it as far away as it will go. What is the difference between these two...
by lyricsingray7 years ago
by seanorjohn8 months ago
I will list three words beginning with the same letter. Christian Catholic confused
by pisean2823116 years ago
if person believes in divinity of christ but rejects bible ..do he/she can still be said as believer?
by Om Prakash Singh7 years ago
This is just to share my latest encounter with someone who is a strong believer in God! Thought to write a Hub but there ain't enough matter.On my way back home from a recent trip I met a man in train. When I reached my...
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