Jesus is God's son who was sent to earth to explain to us what His Father taught Him For that reason God can be called a Christian because He is the author and finisher of Jesus' teachings.
If God was anything, I'd have to say he is more Buddha than anything else.
Anthing added makes the statement incomplete thus false.
Before someone can even think about answering your question, one would have to define "god"?
By which cannot be done, because no one can define an imaginary concept/idea that is supposedly limitless. Anyone who tries is lying through their teeth.
No. It's not a definition, it's just a thought about what many people already lay claims.
There is no definition for "god" of religion.
Key word there being many. Did you ever wonder why numbers for atheists are so low.. because nobody believes in NO God. Just the wounded and the immensely vain.
Get over it and yourself.
No Belief in a spirit, God or life force per country (Eurobarometer 2005)
'an imaginary concept/idea that is supposedly limitless.'
most people will accept this as their definition for God.
A spirit is really neither male and female that dispensation of sexes is only for life on earth. God of course is spirit.
Matthew 22:30 For in the resurrection they neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven
Luke 20:34 And Jesus answering said unto them, "The children of this world marry, and are given in marriage: But they which shall be accounted worthy to obtain that world, and the resurrection from the dead, neither marry, nor are given in marriage":
hmmmmm. not so straight after all.
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Is God a christian
...more so than a muslim.
God is bible based, you betcha!
...more so than islam.
God knows everything about being like God
...more so than a buddhist.
Born-again christians are in a state of learning and practicing to be like God.
...way more so than a Catholic.
Christians appreciate the God of the bible
...more so than any atheist.
hope that helped
Maybe I got this wrong, but doesn't 'christian' mean 'follower of christ'? And isn't christ supposed to be god? So god is a follower of himself? I thought I've heard it all.
More than that. God made himself, became his own son, killed himself and then blamed me for it!
I suppose he must be. It would silly for him not to support his own son and follow him, It would be like one of us supporting the football team our own kid played for wouldnt it? You wouldn't support Arsenal if your son played for Man. United would you?
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