Go with me here. I see this almost daily, that someone's true christianity is called into question. The problem that I have with this is, how can any of us presume to know what a "True Christian" even is? Wouldn't True Christianity require true perfection? I think I can safely say, that not a one of us has obtained that. So, wouldn't the only "True Christian" be Christ himself?
Answer by BlueFrogMama at 9:00 AM on Mar. 2, 2009
A "True Christian" does not have to be perfect in action, just perfect in faith. If you believe that God the father sent Jesus his son to be our one and only Saviour, then you are a True Christian. Christians do not have to be perfect; we are all human. If you look for perfection in people, Christian or any others, you will always be disappointed. So yes, Jesus himself was the only Perfect Christian, but no where in the bible does it say that we have to be perfect, just faithful, prayerful, and obedient to his word. I think that the posters who are constantly questioning the Christian faith, are looking for something greater than themselves to believe in. If you want to talk, I'm always willing.
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