A lot of folks, including a lot of people who have written books on Christianity, have written articles on the subject of “Christianity.”
They’ve written articles about how “Christians” are more than just the “majority” of believers, and that “Christy” is the way we should live our lives.
This article is about how I am not a Christian, and I don’t think “Christ” means “Christ-like.”
I’m not a “Christian.” And I don�t want to be called a Christian. I don���t know what it means to be “Christian” or to be an “American” or even to be a “Catholic.”
But I can tell you what it does mean to me.
As I told my sister and I last week, I grew up as a Christian from a young age.
That was a long time ago.
But I have been a Christian since I was a child.
I was baptized as a child and I was raised Catholic by a very loving and caring Catholic family.
I learned a lot from them, and their love and commitment to their faith has inspired me.
I believe strongly in the doctrine of salvation by faith alone, and in Jesus Christ, the only Son of God, as the one and only Savior.
And I do believe that Jesus died on the cross for our sins, that he rose from the dead, and he is the only way to heaven.
I also believe that I am God’s chosen son, and God created me to be his instrument for bringing about this new life, to bring about the resurrection of Jesus, and to usher in a new age of peace and love.
I do not believe in the existence of any supernatural powers, spirits, or “others” who can help me to know my place in the universe.
But as I said, I did grow up in a very Catholic family, and as a young adult I went to Catholic schools, and at some point I came to know that I wasn�t truly Catholic, that I was simply “not a Christian” because of my religion.
As a teenager I made a decision to become a Baptist.
I grew to believe that my baptism was a personal confession of faith, and so I went back to the Catholic church.
My wife and I went through a lot during that time.
I started to realize that there was something really wrong with me.
So I left.
I came back in 2009, and my wife said, �It is time for you to move back in with your family.� That�s when I realized that this wasn�T a Christian family.
It was a really dysfunctional family.
My family was dysfunctional because of the way my parents and siblings treated me, because I wasn’t being given a fair share of their wealth and influence, and because of what they did to me as a kid.
I spent many sleepless nights, often in bed, trying to figure out what to do with myself, and how to get through this.
I began to think, Why am I still a Christian?
And I was still a practicing Christian, even though I knew it was not going to work out.
I realized I needed to change my religion, but that I didn�t have to.
I could be a Catholic, I could follow a strict Catholic moral code, and still be a Christian in my heart.
My decision to change was a natural reaction to the way things were in my family.
We were both raised Catholic.
My mother was a nurse.
My father was a minister in a church that was very close to our home.
We knew that our family was broken.
And so I wanted to help change the family.
And that is when I began a journey to becoming a Christian that I have continued ever since.
I still believe in God, in Jesus, in the Trinity, and the Holy Spirit, but my journey began with the belief that I can change the world.
I no longer live in the bubble of the traditional Christian world.
My experience in life is not limited to what is happening in the world, or even in the church.
I have also learned to look at the world through the lens of my own experiences.
I’ve been in a number of churches and on many trips around the world in the past decade.
But one thing I have learned is that when I look at a place, whether it is a church, a temple, a synagogue, a mosque, or any other place where people gather to worship, the people there are doing it to be good and holy, not to be perfect.
They are not going for a perfect God or perfect morals.
They just want to worship God.
I love what Jesus has done for me, and what he taught me, but I have always been able to see that there are people in the real world who are suffering and suffering badly.
So, I believe I can make a difference, and it is my responsibility to change.
I can help people. I