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Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Full Blown Christian?

OK, now my sister is saying it too. The funny thing about this, is that I don't even really know what that means. The guy who first told me that I am a "full blown christian" wouldn't explain. I asked him, "OK, what is a 'full blown christian?' " His response although simple was very vague. He looked at me and replied, "You. You are a full blown christian." Now you may note my annoyance with that answer. Someone should have told him that repeating himself doesn't define anything. So, with that in mind, I'm going to take a little poll to see what you all think. If you think someone else might like to answer, send them my way so I can hear their answer. Ready? What is a "full blown christian?"


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    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:41 PM  

  • do know I was picking on you, don't you????...dork!

    By Blogger Ciera, at 2:14 PM  

  • Of course I know you were joking! I thought I would play on it a bit. After all, I really am curious what kind of definitions people might give for a "full blown christian." Spread it around a bit and see what people say.

    By Blogger Cliff, at 3:30 PM  

  • dork.

    full blown Christian = Jesus Freak

    someone totally sold out to Christ

    no comprimise

    By Blogger Ciera, at 8:33 AM  

  • That's almost a trick question. I mean, what's the difference between a "full blown" and a "weak" Christian? One isn't showing fruit of his faith? One is "backsliding" into sin? One has lost his salvation? (if you believe that's possible).

    Sorta hard to put a pin on. I guess I'm leaning toward the fruit definition. If a Christian is showing good fruit, then he's "full blown." If his actions are first measured against God's will before he does them, then he is "full blown."

    By Anonymous rob, at 1:05 PM  

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