ANSWERS: 100
  • I'm self instated atheis., cristianity is based on a bunch of stories, I need facts to back them up.
  • i am a christian, yes, but it does seem [to me] like there are plenty of athiests on the bag
  • No. I am an atheist.
  • Yes I am a Christian.
  • Nah, gave up that naive habit when I realized religion is just a sociological construct. Full fledged atheist, baby.
  • Yes, Too many amazing things in my life to not believe in God and Jesus. Oh yeah, and to those atheist out there, remember your gonna be dead much longer that you'll be alive. What if your wrong?
  • I do believe in the teachings of Jesus Christ.
  • I had that baptism thingy when I was months old, and a significative part of my family is christian, but I never believed in it. Just by giving a second thought about it, I realised it made no sense.. totally atheist.
  • No...I am atheist. Edit: I love that someone downrated me for this...typical
  • I was Christened as a baby but I don't believe in God now. So no, I'm not a Christian.
  • I was christened and I got married in church - I believe in god so I suppose I am a christian but I just don't believe in preaching that to other people.. and if god is all around then I don't always have to go to church
  • Yes, I would consider myself Christian by birth (CofE), Methodist by choice.
  • I am a Christian, but believe in a different God than most Christians... I consider myself Protestant, and believe that God loves us no matter what, and that he gave us a brain for a reason. I don't take the bible literally, however, but do find some inspiration from it and place it in it's historical context.
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  • No, I am Wiccan. This logo IS my legal copyright, btw, so don't steal it:
  • No i am not a beleiver I think that all religions are started by rumour.Like the game telephone how you start by whishpering a sentence that you make up then it is usaully changed at the end.
  • yes I am a christian Jesus is the only way he is the truth the light and none can come to the father except by him.So anyone believing in God must first except Jesus as your own personal savior he is the only way to God.
  • indeed i am
  • Yes, I am a Christian. What I find interesting is the atheists on this site seem to be like "woo! More atheists! Yes!" like they're a scarce thing or something...
  • Yes! A very proud Christian. However, I do believe that we, Christians, should be careful when "winning souls for Christ". We have free will and we should repect that others (i.e. athiest) do too. If a Christian believes prayer is powerful, why not pray for those we "think" are lost as opposed to coming down on them?
  • By the grace of God and the power of the Holy Spirit, I most definatly am.
  • I was baptized at age 13 on Father's Day! I have been a Christian for 18 years. God has blessed my life in so many ways and I know I would not be here if it were not for him and the sacrifice that Jesus Christ made by dying on the cross to save me from my sins.
  • No. I am not a Christian. I was baptized, raised and confirmed Lutheran. Then, after much soul searching and studying many different religions, faiths and philosophies, I came to realize that I do not believe there is a God. I am not against God, as you have slated so many others who have answered your question with a "no", nor am I against religion. I just have a different Path than you. We each have our own Paths in life and can only really be true to ourselves by traveling upon them. And that means not blindly accepting what others have laid before us to follow, but instead finding our own Truth. By looking within myself, I came to understand enough about myself to realize that this is my Truth and my Path.
  • I dont get why you would believe in lots of gods unless you are confused with what an awesome God we serve he loved you so much that he sent his one and only son to die on the cross for you without him doing this for you there would have been no way for you to be with God Jesus loved you and me so much that he suffered being crucified on the cross for all of our sins so that is why we need a personal savior to forgive us of our sins the bible says all have sinned and come short of the glory of God.What other God would do this for you think about it he loves you that much he only asks for you to accept Jesus Christ as your savior and to follow him talk to him like he is your best friend read the bible and believe me he will draw near to you if you draw near to him.
  • I dont get why you would believe in lots of gods unless you are confused with what an awesome God we serve he loved you so much that he sent his one and only son to die on the cross for you without him doing this for you there would have been no way for you to be with God Jesus loved you and me so much that he suffered being crucified on the cross for all of our sins so that is why we need a personal savior to forgive us of our sins the bible says all have sinned and come short of the glory of God.What other God would do this for you think about it he loves you that much he only asks for you to accept Jesus Christ as your savior and to follow him talk to him like he is your best friend read the bible and believe me he will draw near to you if you draw near to him.
  • I dont get why you would believe in lots of gods unless you are confused with what an awesome God we serve he loved you so much that he sent his one and only son to die on the cross for you without him doing this for you there would have been no way for you to be with God Jesus loved you and me so much that he suffered being crucified on the cross for all of our sins so that is why we need a personal savior to forgive us of our sins the bible says all have sinned and come short of the glory of God.What other God would do this for you think about it he loves you that much he only asks for you to accept Jesus Christ as your savior and to follow him talk to him like he is your best friend read the bible and believe me he will draw near to you if you draw near to him.
  • Yes. I need answers, and that scientific stuff isn't working for me...plus I had certain experiences that only could be explained on a spiritual level.
  • No, catholic to aethist. Not even gonna get in my reason why i dont believe in my religon anymore.
  • yes I am a christian. because I believe in Holy Trinity + Mary the Mother of God. I believe in Holy Catholic Church where I belong. This is the Athanasius Creed. Some Christians dont believe in Holy Catholic Church, they are not true Christians. Church Creeds required belief in Catholic Church as well as Trinity.
  • Never. My parents tried and failed to force me to be Christian. Athiest to the core
  • Yes, I am.
  • Yes,indeed I am. As it says at John 14:6.. "Jesus said to him: “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me".
  • No. I am a Hindu.
  • Yes, believe it or not Jehovah's Witnesses are Christians. Some people have the notion that we do not acknowledge or accept Jesus. Maybe they get that from the fact that we do not celebrate Christmas. Be that as it may, I will point to the scripture that I feel is a necessary part in order to approach God. John 17:3 3 This means everlasting life, their taking in knowledge of you, the only true God, and of the one whom you sent forth, Jesus Christ
  • that covers a wide variety.!! I am a Christian> I was baptized a Roman-Catholic, but now that I can make my own judgements, I do not follow every "belief" or practice the roman catholics have. yes
  • No not decided yet.
  • I sure am! Born again (by faith), Pentecostal (by denomination), encouraged and comforted (by the Holy Spirit), healed (by Jesus), and loved (by God the Father). PS: Healed of the dangerous entrapment of spiritualism, healed of MS, healed of breast and ovarian cancer, and more. Look for an upcoming book, "From Victim to Victor."
  • Yes dears. I am a Christian. I have a comment for all of the other Christians on here though. It is not Christian like to bash others for their beliefs. If you are truly a follower of Christ you live your life according to his teachings. And on of those teachings is to be humble and practice humility. When you flout your religion to others you are not being humble. And when you chastise others for their beliefs you are not practicing humility. Accept that they disagree with you and go on with your life. If you are worried about them then pray for them. Otherwise do not do the rest of us Christians such a disservice by acting out like that.
  • Nope. I'm not. I don't believe in the teachings of any organized religion.
  • Donw rate me if you wish but I'm not one for answering these questions anymore, because no matter what you say you are (wiccan, christian, atheist, etc...) someone will always take issue with what ever it is you say.
  • I was baptized at age 7 as a Lutheran. Gave my life to Christ as a Catholic. Meticulously studied the bible (which I've read cover to cover 3 times)with The witnesses, Bereans and at least two other groups. I practiced the golden rule. I accepted extra duties and responsibilities. Fed and clothed strangers, provided shelter for some, donated to charities, visited individuals in hospitals and institutions and do volunteer work. I do not mention these things to boast; but I can tell you that I'm not exactly an angel and that I've probably broken ever commandment at one time or the other. I don't go to church because I can't stand the hypocrisy. The question isn't Are you a Christian? The question is "What have you done with the life you were given".
  • I read the bible all the time it is my guide through life and it is a love letter to the world Jesus is great and God is always on his throne no matter if you love him he loves you!!
  • Yes i am !
  • No, Why should it matter?
  • I was born to Catholic parents. I have received six of the seven sacraments within the Catholic faith. I do not consider myself to be Catholic, as I have many major differences of opinion with the Catholic church. I also do not consider myself to be a Christian, as that would require me to believe that Jesus was the son of God. I do not believe that is true, as I do not believe that there is a God. At least not the God of the Catholic (or most other) organized religions. When people ask me what my religion is, I tell them that I am a "recovering Catholic".
  • I am. It has been a long hard road, but it is so worth it!
  • Yes I am. It was the smartest thing I've ever done to accept God and the Lord Jesus Christ in my life.
  • Praise God. Yes, I'm a Christian.
  • No, I am not. I am an Agnostic. I DO have a belief that there is/are some sort of higher power(s) but that humanity is too dumb to understand the true nature of reality.
  • Yes. "For I am determined not to know any thing among you, save Jesus Christ, and Him crucified." (1 Cr. 2:2) I never set foot in any sort of house of worship, church or synagogue until I was well into adulthood. All paths do not lead to God. God Himself warns: "Search the scriptures; for in them you think you have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me." (John 5:39) The debate and discussion on this subject has been raging since man's inception, and could be even heard above the screams in hell should one care to listen (sorry to those 'annoyed' by the mention of hell, but God does mention it more than heaven...a pretty good idea then of how important He sees it). Thousands stood before the Apostles and heard Jesus preached and said 'What shall we do?'. The answer is relavent today as it was two thousand years ago. "Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. For the promise is unto you, and to your children, and to all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord our God shall call." (Acts 2:38-39) You cannot get much farther 'afar off' than those of us reading these words here and now, on the other side of the world, two millennia removed.
  • I do consider myself a Christian. I havnt gone to church much but I still try not to sin. (I sin A LOT)
  • Yes I am, and I love it
  • Yeppers. And quite greatful for forgivness.
  • Baptised Roman Catholic, raised by atheist/agnostic parents who didn't talk about religion at all (thus giving me a free choice), grew up agnostic (as I think all young children are at heart), discovered science as an explnation for everything around 12 years old, been a full fleged atheist ever since (well the past seven years as I'm only 19).
  • If by christan you mean I deny God as my creator and Jesus as my savior............................ then, yes, you can call me that.
  • I just believe in God. Thats enough, Right?
  • No. I was baptised in a Church of England church (it was just the done thing back then. More an excuse for cake than anything else.)but wasn't raised Christian and I'm not one now either.
  • Yes I am
  • yes i am.
  • Absolutely, and anyone who reads this question and fails to answer yes isn't a true Christian. But whosoever shall deny me before men, him will I also deny before my Father which is in heaven. -- Matthew 10:33
  • Yes, I am definitely Christian and proud of it.
  • i am but im trying to convert to the Mormon religion
  • YES! (non-denominational and proud of it!)
  • yes I am a christian. I try to be christ like but I fall very short.I thank GOD that he forgives.
  • If you are not a Hells Angel, does that mean you are not allowed to ride a motorcycle? ................. I was not Baptised. It was my parents belief that I should be able to choose my own religion .... Why do you need to belong to one of the clubs to be a believer? .............................. I still believe in GOD.
  • Yes. I am a Christian. I believe in Him with everything that I am.
  • No. I am a Sikh by birth and an agnostic in practice. No, Kamal, I do not worship anything or anyone.
  • Yes. nuff said.
  • Yupe, but not a very good one. I also believe in coexistence, though.
  • Yes. I believe in the teachings of Jesus but I do not believe the Bible, too many inconsistencies for me.
  • Baptized and confirmed Lutheran, not practicing Christianity currently. I got confirmed when my heart was not in it; it was a serious, somber occasion and I didn't fully believe in what I was doing. It's unfortunate that things panned out like that. Now I am wandering, lost, not fully believing in any religious/spiritual material that falls in my lap and not knowing why. I chalk it up to the lack of conviction I had when I took my first real communion. That's the story of how I lost my religion.
  • Not!!! I grew up in the typical Sea of Christianity, forced to go to church, forced to go to Sunday school and all that crap! All I ever saw were seriously hypocritical, deluded fools, all pretending to be nice to each other and barely masking their hates and prejudices for everything they didn't understand. I hated the atmosphere in church. I hated the ministers and their long boring rants about this and that. I hated the music and songs!! I hated listening to bible stories, and I hated the smug, self righteous vibe the church leaders gave off! The idea that heaven was a place where, if I was good enough to get to, would be full of these same people doing the same things for eternity, depressed the shit out of me!! I will create my own heaven!!
  • Not really, i do belive in god and jesus just not Satan and that whole thing about going to hell if you sin, thats B.S! I belive everyone goes to heaven.
  • Yes. A born again Christian.
  • I am a Christian, and need the Lord to carry me when I'm too tired to walk.
  • definatly Christian
  • Yes I am a Christian. I was born and raised a Roman Catholic.
  • You betcha.
  • no. i dont really have a religion that im aware of, but thats not to say i dont believe there is a god and an afterlife, and yes a hell. but i do not believe that this god had anything to do with the creation of the world or universe, he/she (because who really knows) is mearly an observer in my eyes.
  • No, I am a Deist. I believe in a creator of all that we see. I do not believe in the dogma of revealed religions, i.e. religions based on books claiming divine revelation or authority.
  • No, I'm an Agnostic with Muslim leanings. Jihad, bitch.
  • Absolutely. And I'm VERY proud of it.
  • When I was born I was christened into the Catholic Church, but my mother left the Church because of their unkind treatment of her once she made it known she and my father were divorcing. I was left to experiment freely in matters of faith, as I believe all children should be, but since as far back as I can remember I have never viewed any religion as a viable explanation for reality. I have come to the conclusion that if we woke up tomorrow and there was no religion, we would be in a much happier place. Finally I feel I have been lucky to experience the freedom of religious expression to the effect that all the choices I have made regarding the matter have been well informed and leave me confident and happy. I highly recommend it to anyone else.
  • no, I am a Nazarene and believe in the true Messiah and folow Scriptures and Torah to the best I can!
  • I was brought up in a family that allowed free thinking.I am not a Christian or a follower of any religion,for religion is man made and serves to separate us from each other as humans.I do believe in God and that all beliefs will melt into one non-religious but spiritual belief.Then peace will reign.
  • Nope, used to be, but now anymore
  • I am a Christian; I have been since I was 11 years old. I am also very proud to be a Christian. I was always warned about being a believer of Jesus, as He said "there are many that will persecute and hate you cause of the fact that we believe". He also said to remember that they hated and persecute him first. So I remember this and keep on going walking along with Him...no matter what anybody thinks, I am very proud to say I am a Christian.
  • No I am not. I have my own good reasons. And I have a feeling that some people are gonnadown rate me on this because I'm an atheist....oh well. Figures.
  • No, I'm a mix of beliefs. (I don't think any one church could possibly be right.)
  • NO. WHAT HAS CHRISTIANITY OFFE THE PLANET EARTH. I DONT BELEIVE IN EVERYTHING ABOUT CHRISTIANITY. ITS ODD,EVEN YOUR GOD
  • i am indeed, and proud of it too :) i was left to make my own decisions which i made when i was 15, glad i chose christianity
  • No, I am an atheist and have always been an atheist. I have always been very skeptical by nature especially about God and religion. I have nothing against Christians or other religious people, as long as they don't try to push their beliefs on others. For Christians who don't understand atheism, I strongly recommend you read the book "The God Delusion" by Richard Dawkins. His reasons are the exact reasons why I, and many other atheists reject religion (not just Christianity).
  • No. But I do have a strong belief that Rock 'n' Roll will save your soul. I'd also like to take this time to inform you all that I pushed this question to the 101 mark.

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