Um, the current idea of Christianity, sure. I think there's an assertion
here that that sort of thing doesn't _have_ to be a part of Christian
faith. An acquaintance of mine who was "intelligent and Christian" gave up
on calling himself a Christian because of problems like this. He started
calling himself a "Joshuist" -- after Joshua, the original name of Jesus.
(Or so he says. I haven't done the research he has.) I liked the idea of
this sort of seperation -- wanting to distinguish himself from someone
bound by dogma, but continuing to admit that Jesus had some interesting
memes that were worth speading.
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