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How do you define the word "Christian"?


The word Christian is used so casually anymore. I often wonder if people really understand what it means to be a true Christian. Is it just all about religion, or is there a deeper meaning? I am curious to hear your thoughts.

 

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    TIMETRAVELER2 2 years ago

    So, in your definition, you do not have to be a good person to be a Christian? That's interesting. I have never heard anybody say something like that before.


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    Venkatachari M 2 years ago

    It's putting in a nutshell, but very funny answer. Christian is not simply getting christened. He should be a believer and practitioner of all good values of Christianity.

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    TIMETRAVELER2 2 years ago

    Very interesting information. I would be careful, though, posting the part that is from an unpublished hub as once you publish that hub, you could have a problem with duplicate content!


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    Michael Milec 2 years ago

    Under the same anointing, under the same..." CHRISTOS" the ANOINTED- One; "CHRISTIANOS" - ANOINTED- Ian's ,Acts 11:26, because of the identical deeds of anointing, the same deeds of the kingdom as of Jesus, followers, -"Christians" - known by deeds.


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