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  • nope i'm sikh/hindu
  • I am no kind of Christian. I have no religion. I am agnostic.
  • I used to be, not anymore.
  • I'm Agnostic.
  • I'm not a Christian at all.
  • Roman Catholic.
  • I'm the Catholic kind of Christian, which is considered by most Protestants to not be Christian at all. I must admit though, I am not a very good Catholic, thanks to my utter disdain of Our Holy Father.
  • I'm a very bad one.
  • I am a "born again" Christian. That means I gave my life to Jesus and he gave me a new life. This new life is eternal and will eventually have me living with him in fellowship in heaven. I am not a fundamentalist, however. I attend an Assembly of God church because it most closely resembles my personal beliefs and the people there are wonderful. But, I do not subscribe to all the teachings of that denomination. I don't know that there is a denomination that fits me completely. I use the Bible as my guide and let God use his word and the Holy Spirit to direct my path. I believe that God is a God of love, first and foremost, and desires that we love him and each other. The rest is basically submissive to that one rule. If it's not showing the love of God then it is not Godly, in my opinion.
  • i am not a Christian - most of the Christians i know are bad people in my opinion - they break all their rules sooner or later
  • Im one of those christians that doesnt believein god or Jesus.. oh wait a minute...
  • Catholic christian
  • I'm a Missionary Baptist Christian.
  • Every Muslim is a kind of Christian that Jesus was, of course, believing in/practicing the following Women covering themselves up completely including their hair (1 Corinthians 11:6) Men keeping their beards and wearing flowing robes. Men being circumcised (Luke 2:21, John 7:23 and Acts 7:8) Holding God to be strictly one with no partners or persons (Mark 12:29 and John 17:3). Endeavouring to do only the will of God (John 5:30-31). Believing that salvation is through good deeds. (Matthew 5:20 and 19:17). Not keeping images (Exodus 20:4 and Deutoronomy 5:8) Removing shoes when entering places of worship.(Acts 7:33) Washing before praying. (Acts 21:26, Exodus 40:31-32) Falling on one’s face, in prostration, when prayeing. (Mathew 26:39) Not eating pigs. (Leviticus 11:8) Fasting. (Matthew 17:21) Greeting with the words "peace be unto you" (Luke 24:36)
  • I am not a christian
  • I am a Christian who worships in the tradition of the Catholic Church. With love in Christ.
  • recovering
  • I'm a Missionary Baptist, also. I won't beat anyone over the head with my beliefs, but I will give my opinion. I know, back when I was younger, there used to be Christians that, once they found out someone was a non-believer, would absolutely badger, hound and pursue you until you either said yes, (most of the time just to get rid of them), or you had to get down-rite mean and threaten to call the cops, or tell the boss, etc., just to get them to leave you alone. From all the answers and comments on AB, it seems there still are alot of them out there. My question is, are there still alot of Christians like that? I haven't run across near as many as say 20 years ago.
  • I am not a Christian. I don't believe that any "methodical" religious system holds the answers to life's greatest questions. The best way to do it is individually, without having your freedom and individuality compromised in the process.
  • I am of the only kind required by Jesus to get into Heaven. "Most assuredly,unless you be born again, you will not enter the kingdom of Heaven." John 3:3. Jesus tells us you must be born again, a spiritual re-birth, if you will. He says nothing about being a Catholic Christian, a Baptist Christian, an Assembly of God Christian. If you are born again, you will trust in Jesus for everything in your life. You will repent and turn away from their sins. Not that a person will quit sinning, everyone sins, but if I was living a life of booze, drugs, free sex, profain talk, then I would turn away from that life and not go back to it, but would rather spend time in the Word of God, fellowship with other Christians, thirst for learning more of the Bible, etc. And want to tell others about Jesus and the gift He has to offer.
  • I'm the kind of Christian who believes that everyone on Earth has the right to believe what he or she wants to believe without my passing judgment or shoving my beliefs down their throats. I'm the kind of Christian who believes that The Dark Side has infiltrated, manipulated, and corrupted the established religions/churches so skillfully that most people have a skewed sense of Who and What God actually is. Not all churches and/or people, of course - but enough to cause untold misery for millions throughout history. I believe that The Dark Side, not content to subvert mankind's view of God, has insidiously stamped its messages on our culture with crap like, "Greed is good" (Gordon Gecko in the movie "Wall Street") and subtle implications that things - material possessions - are more important than people. That's the kind of Christian I am.
  • I am an udeserving sinner saved by grace type Christian!
  • I am a devout atheist. I dont beleive in any set code of how to live, except the law(which some can be broken ;) ) I think the bible is a joke, and that jesus was a you me, any guy average joe born of normal means. I dont beleive in god.
  • The kind who thinks if I don't follow God, He'll cast me into hell. Isn't that Irish Catholic? lol But really...Christianity scares me.
  • I'm not.
  • I am a hardcore Roman Catholic. (but I am totally ecumenical and I believe in the unity of all Christian faiths!)
  • I'm not. I'm a non-Christian Unitarian Universalist.
  • I'm the type that needs no religion.
  • iam a jehovah withesse
  • I was babtized as a Babtist but today I belonge to no Church. I belonge to the Invisible church. People have watered down Christianity and made it seem like childs play. This isn't stuff of imagination. I won't get into it (it's a personal matter) but God answers my prayers almost instantly in my days of need. People see Jesus Christ as this peacefull, forgiving, and loving fairy tale. He is all but a tale. Also, while he is peacefull and my savior, he will wage war. Megido will be filled with the blood of the armies of the beast (not so peacefull) People somtimes worry about me but I know I do God's will, else it would not be. I am A Christian Angelologist and Demonologist. I study Demons for the sake of knowing my enemy better. People see the Devil as "the devil", not Satan lucifer, the adversery. Our enemy. Spiritual warfar...There are many missionaries out there but where are our soldiers?

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