I’m a Christian and other Lies we Tell Ourselves

Nut JobThe common perception of a person calling themselves a Christian in the 1940’s and 50’s, was that of a clean-cut man dressed in a suit and tie, along with his wife in her pretty dress. They would be walking hand in hand with their 2 children who were all dressed up, into church on a Sunday morning. They were considered the honest, trustworthy members of society. Be it right or be it wrong, this concept was the perception, the generally accepted understanding of what a Christian was.

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Worn Out Rituals

Much has been said over the past 10+ years about Religion and how Religion is the cause for many people leaving ‘Church’. Many people contend that Religion, loosely defined as corporate religious ritual, has become largely unpopular.
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