I just say Christian because there were no denominations in the Bible. Men did this and brought about more division.
This is true, but the differences of which you speak were created by men. Timothy says that ALL scripture is given by inspiration of God...Each of these denominations has chosen to focus on some scriptures while omitting/ignoring others. That's not how the Bible was written so this isn't how it should be taught.
You say- none of your business-
Depends on who I'm talking to what we are talking about and where we are
I am agnostic but I endorsed many Christian ideas. I just hate to be called a "Christian" because I really dislike how Asian Christians display their ignorance to the "heretics" through their mouths.
I dont take a branch I'm just Christian
It's never about who you claim to be but rather who you are in Christ. <br />
I believe in Jesus Christ. I grew up Pentecostal, if that helps. :)
Christian but not very religious. Catholic will spark a whole new conversation and debate and honestly who has time for that kind of discussion?
I say the denomination.
I say I'm Catholic but feel a little ashamed about it. I'd rather just say Christian but I feel the need to specify since most people are going to ask what kind of Christian anyway.
I say Christian but not religious..because I don't believe like most Christians who are religious : )
I say I was raised a strict Christian, so I'm a Pastafarian.
Catholic. The rest of you guys broke away from us. The original. <br />
Not for nothin.
I say I am a Catholic sort of Christian.
I tell them I am not religious but I have a strong faith in God and Jesus. Christ
The Bible says there will be many Antichrists. I believe using title of christian without having or keeping the faith, make one an Antichrist..
I say Christian not southern Baptist sometime people think that is worse that just Christian
What most christians will never admit is that they are hypocrites. They look down on others like prostitutes etc and think they are better, more human or something!
I simply say that I am a child of God.