First of all, I'm new here and just would like to say hello.
Now on to the blog entry.
Christian atheism is a belief system in which God is rejected but the teachings of Jesus are followed in one's everyday life.
- 1. the assertion of the unreality of God for our age, including the understandings of God which have been a part of traditional Christian theology
2. the insistence upon coming to grips with contemporary culture as a necessary feature of responsible theological work
3. varying degrees and forms of alienation from the church as it is now constituted
4. recognition of the centrality of the person of Jesus in theological reflection
Now, I know people will rag on this and most of those being Christians but how come we see full fledged Christians quoting Buddhist belief in Karma, calling it Karma, and saying they believe in this? Or the common phrase 'What goes around comes around.' Some parts of the Bible to pertain to parts of this aspect and even if taken out of context why would they say Karma?
So we are all hypocrites.... at least most Atheists don't contradict themselves and believe Ron Hubbard and stuff.