- Go to Church for a bible
- Go to Church to worship God
- Worship God at home
- Do a Bible Study at Home
- Not interested in Christianity
Most Helpful Guys
I don't need to sing and dance and jump up and down.
I will go to a Bible study, as long as it's genuinely trying to read and understand the Bible. I also prefer a small group unless it's a lecture.
To me, if you're not studying the Bible or actively helping people, you're just making noise and making Christianity look like just another empty religion for empty-headed people.
So that's about 90% of all "Christians" today. I call it "Churchianity." They know nothing of Christ except some misguided platitudes, "yeah, peace and love, maaaan!"1
Among the options, I'd rather it be my own form of worship at home.
It's nice to belong to a group of good people, but I can't get behind organized religion on principle.
And as much as studying a book devoid of reality sounds like fun, I feel the Good Book isn't quite as good as advertised, even purely from a moral perspective.0
Most Helpful Girl
It depends on the day. But normally church for bible study, although I do meet with someone for bible study at public locations like a coffee shop. Worship at home is nice, but sometimes I need to be in a room full of others who are also worshipping. Sometimes it’s nice just to be in prayer while others are worshiping around the room.2