Originally posted by project86
I gotta agree with you RaCeR. Nowhere in the bible does it say go to church on Sundays, or as some would say "Sabbath". Christians focus less on "religion" and more on "relationship", with Jesus Christ that is. "Church" is not a building or some organization of sorts. It\'s better described as the "body of Christ", or as I put it "the fellowship of believers". Anyway, Sunday is when "church" happens for me, but my church gets out in time for most games and races so I can\'t say I have any complaints on this end.:cool:
Exactly. Catholisism, for instance, is very bound by tradition ie - they did that 1500 years ago, so we still have to do it today.
Christians basically follow the Bible. Its a relationship with God on a personal level, not a religion you are following because you are afraid of going to hell.
You don\'t have to go to church to be a Christian, or to love God etc, but its a symbol that you actually mean what your doing, like, you\'ve taken the time outta your schedual to actually get off your butt and go.