But in the real world most people are Christian and hardly anyone makes fun of them.
There are 2.1 billion Christians in the world.
World population> 6,619,832,222
Douchebag, being a Christian doesn’t mean you can make up you own definitions of words.
- Greatest in number.
- Greatest in amount, extent, or degree.
- In the greatest number of instances
MOST people in the “real world” are not Christians.
And a lot of these are f.E Roman Catholic, who are no true Christians any way, or so I hear…
And some are baptised, like me, and are still no Christians…
Some are so Christian, they practise Voodoo rituals as part of the mass…
If, out of 2 billion, 500 million remain, that would be a lot… [/quote]
These arguments are quite irrelevant. It doesn’t matter how many people “call” themselves “Chrisitan.” What matters is how many of these people are Chrisitan by the Bible’s definition – i.e. Born-again (John 3).
The problem stems from our insistance of imposing our human thinking and culture upon God. Americans like “majority rules,” (and so do I BTW); God’s Truths do not function this way at all.
No matter how many people in any given time frame believe or not…
God + nobody = A MAJORITY! [/b]