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Christian definition

"Adjective
Of, relating to, or professing Christianity or its teachings.
Noun
A person who has received Christian baptism or is a believer in Jesus Christ and his teachings."

What am I missing here? How can someone who believes in Christ not be a Christian? Does Jesus only love SOME of the people who believe in him?

I am not defending ANY religion here. Just trying to understand. From what I can tell from your explanation... it's OK to believe in a 2000 year old book, "Updated" and "Edited" in 1611 btw (Not written by Jesus, but supposedly about Jesus) but not any other books about Jesus (Also, not written by Jesus, but supposedly about Jesus).

Please show me where I EVER said I was currently part of ANY religion. FYI- I also defend the right for someone to be gay, even though I'm not.