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Is it "really" possible to to have just a "personal" faith as a Christian?


I certainly understand the desire to not make waves and to give respect and to be "open minded"; however, if one really claims to believe the message of Christianity as stated in Scripture, would he or she not be responsible for more than just a "personal" faith. Jesus did not claim to be "a" way but rather "the" way, He also gave a mandate that believers go into all the world making disciples; furthermore, he spoke more of Hell than he did of Heaven. Therefore, although I understand the intent, it seems to me that many are either quite unconvinced of the claims of Christ or simply don't care

 

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