Before I start I would just like to say I don't mean to offend or judge anyone, I'm simply asking a question. I understand you can be Christian at heart. I know both religious and non religious Christians.
I'm not necessarily referring to non-religious Christians but more to Athiest/Agnostics that call themselves Christians. Who are "culturally Christians".
Of these people, some say they don't know if God exists, drink, have sex before marriage, don't attend church etc.
I also don't understand why they Celebrate Christmas? Well, the Commercial consumerist version.
I don't understand why these people call themselves Christians? I think it knd of waters down Christianity and confuses a lot of people. And makes some sins seem acceptable.
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I'm a Christian, but not in the typical sense if the word. I have accepted Jesus Christ as my savior, and I use what was taught to me in the bible as moral guidelines. However, I've had sex before marriage and will continue to do so. The bible was written at a different time and marriage is no longer a valid option legally. I drink, I don't go to church, I have stolen in the past. I do all these things the bible tells us not to, but I still believe in god, in prophets and angels. I may not be the best Christian strictly speaking, but those are the beliefs and ideals that I believe in, whether not I'm good about following them.0