The Christian Noob (n00b)

born & raised Catholic, now going to a Presbyterian church & still learning

non-religious

As more and more people define themselves as non-religious or spiritual, many ministries and churches are opting to drop any form of denominational association. Hence as the non-religious label grows as a separate faith-system (perhaps agnostic, not to be confused with atheism), non denominational Christianity is probably the fastest growing denomination (sub-division).

At the same time, a considerable percentage Christians leave the church they were brought up in for other Christian churches — if not to other religions all together like Islam or Buddhism. As a matter of fact, I was born and brought up Catholic and since have severed my links to the Catholic church. Nowadays I go to a Presbyterian church.

Regarding my intention of getting The Church of Noobs (newbies, new-comers) ministry on its feet, I’d not push any secondary doctrine (denomination). I only want to help those new to the faith and show them the Christian way — not the A, B C or all the way down to Z path.

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SARAH MAX RESEARCH

I am not writing about what we know...I am writing about what we don't know.I am voice for voiceless and you help me to discover this crazy world together. BE INFORMED, NOT OPINIONATED !

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