The first thing when you hear the word, or someone who calls themselves, christian, ready, Go!
What thoughts come to your mind when you hear christian? What do you think of people with that?
That they are a born-again christian and have been saved by Jesus.
The first thing I think of is that they believe in Jesus Christ as their savior - hence the name Christ-ian.
the word christain means to be christ like therefor I think of someone who trys to follow the moral and ethic code of whom they beleave to be there savior
The first thing I think when I hear the word Christian, or when I meet someone who calls themselves Christian, is of God. Enough said.
Around a Christian
I feel a knot in my stomach, because they will immediately ask me if I'm saved by making a fast judgment
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