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Date:January 29, 2011
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A Secular Christian
Is there a such thing as being a Secular Christian? Let's look at the words. "Secular" is one idea. "Christian" is another. When you put them together, you are combining opposites. It is impossibility. It is like "hot ice." "Hot ice" is an oxymoron. "Secular Christian" is an oxymoron. (Panell, G, 2005-2009) Secularism is a code of duty pertaining to this life, founded on human and scientist considerations, and intended mainly for those who find theology indefinite or inadequate, unreliable or unbelievable. Most Christians believe that following Christ is the only way to gain God's salvation, when secular people believe in following their own ideas or choices that benefit their way. In my opinion there is no secular Hindu, secular Judaism, secular Islam, secular Buddha and definitely no secular Christian. Humanity is either secular or some other form of religion but not a secular Christian. It is no such thing.
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