I am, but I'm not as hardcore as many of my fellow Bible Belt Christians. My beliefs are more based off of the new testimate (spelling). I say that because, have you read some of the rules in the old testimate?
I am a Christian but very unlike the organized denominations you see today. I don't believe God is a Trinity or that He keeps a record of our sin. God is love and has already considered you as being innocent. You just don't know it. DTGmin.org
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No. I'm Jewish. The Eighteen Prayers include (very appropriately as the 19th prayer) the following: "May the lost not have hope, and the evil kingdom be soon uprooted, and the Nazarenes and the Minim be lost in a moment and be removed from the Book of Life and not be written together with the Righteous. Blessed are You Adonai, who defeats His enemies." (This is the Geniza version. They are many extant softened versions though.) This prayer was written by Shmuel the Little during the time of Gamaliel the Elder in Jamnia, when Christianity started to spread. It is discussed in the Talmud (Brachot 28b).
I was born a Catholic and will always be a Catholic. Catholics are Christians. The term Christian came after Christ's resurrection. His followers were persecuted for following Christ, hence the genesis of the word. Christ is a Greek word that means Savior.
YES! I'm filled with the Holy Ghost, baptized in Jesus name. All glory to God when I say this, He's had me tell people things in church, He's spoken to me, I've seen him move in my life, and I feel His Spirit every week in church! His presence is AMAZING and life changing! I couldn't go a week without God in my life and be okay. He's helped me thru the tought times in my life. I only hope to share the amazing love He's given me, and make a difference in the world for HIS glory.