The article you are about to read simply voices my opinion and not that of any existing religious group or movement. Any similarities to existing groups is purely coincidental.
I’m not a Christian. Not just because I don’t want to be a Christian, but because I feel Christianity as a whole has lost its meaning. And I definitely can’t be a part of a meaningless movement.
The word ‘Christians’ came into existence when it was used to describe Jesus’ disciples by folks at ancient Antioch. It meant ‘Christ-like’. Basically, these folks could clearly see the disciples walking in their saviour’s steps. What we have today is very much different.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be writing articles under the category – Redefining Christianity. I have some topics lined up to deal with various aspects of Christianity. Here are a few of them:
- What Would Jesus Do: Origins and Importance
- Denominations, hierarchy and divisions in the church
- Christian holidays
I will appreciate topic suggestions on aspects of Christianity which you think could be discussed on this blog.
Update: The first paragraph is me trying to say I don’t conform to Christianity as practiced today. (For those who got it wrong).