The vampire novelist states so on her Facebook page.
Did she mean she's giving up on all 38,000 Christian denominations? Certainly, there should have been one out of 38,000 that fit her specifications
Sounds like a soapbox speech to me…
How can you be a follower of Christ and not a Christian? Isn't it pretty much definitional?
Sure, I understand what she's saying. She's basically painting all Christians with a broad brush, but seemingly expects special treatment to be reserved for her because she's more 'enlightened' than the other hundreds of millions, or billions of Christians on the planet.
I am a Christian. While I certainly wouldn't fit in in Fred Phelps' church, I don't feel the need to renounce my Christianity because of the things he does.
Dan is correct, there's easily a denomination that wouldn't offend her tender sensibilities. The Methodists, for example.
I found her renouncement interesting. I adamantly refuse to not follow some of the church beliefs…many of which she stated. I believe God is love. And living in His way only benefits the soul. But it doesn't mean I would renounce all my choices in my beliefs to worship Him….seems like that contradicts why He created me…to be a free thinker. I suppose fellowship means different things to different folks.
i blive "GOD iS LOVE"
i wish all the best to all human bings on this earth………..
No, just the 99% that do.
Yeah, it's a title game. I think a lot of us have done this in some way or another. Look at Facebook "info" sections and you find a lot of people put "Christ" or "Follower of Christ" instead of "Christian." as their religion. They just did it without the whiney Twitter attention whoring.
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