Christians on H2G2

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smiley - fish

Without intending to start another theism / atheism / deism / monism / naturalism / nihilism / existentialism argument, I thought it might be a good idea if us Christians on H2G2 communicated a little better. Hench this page. Feel free to make yourself known on one of the forums, whether you're a Christian or just interested.

We are *not* trying to force our religion on anybody, so don't be worried about expressing your opinions here.

Just to clarify things...

To make things simpler, here is a basic definition of a Christian:

Someone who believes in God, and the Father, Jesus and The Holy Spirit as the Three In One; that Jesus came down to Earth as God in Human form; that Jesus died on the cross and came back to life on the third day; and that He died specifically to save us from having to die for our sins; and that the Bible is the Word of God.

I thought that description up on the spot, so I'll find a better one sometime.

Other Christian H2G2 pages worth a look


I am seeking to expand this page... if you know of any other links suitable for this, or have anything else to contribute, please say so in a forum. Thanks.

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