What the F*ck is a Christian Anyway?

Rated 3.67/5 based on 4 reviews
A short opinion piece about perception vs the real meaning of Christianity, both in and out of the church. More
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Words: 1,330
Language: English
About Naomi Kramer

Naomi Kramer is an Australian author living on Macleay Island in Queensland. She's addicted to coffee, dyes her hair odd colours, and looks a little like a corporate hippy on weekdays. She loves the beach, and her dream is to own a world-class barista.

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Review by: MoratGurgeh on Aug. 10, 2013 :
As an unbeliever in any God, I have to say I appreciate the authors candor. Personal belief is quite a different to organised religion.

Well said.
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Review by: Soapbox Publishing- Chris Mcloughlin on Oct. 01, 2012 : (no rating)
I enjoyed your essay.The point is very loud and direct. I believe in the same fundamentals when it comes to spirituality. I however, won't admit that I share the same beliefs with the hypocritical church going crowd, but I will utilize my manners and open doors for them even when they don't say thank you.

Chris McLoughlin
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Review by: Pauline Creeden on July 09, 2011 :
Very Short and to the point =3 pages long. Not offensive, even if the title is. Doesn't quite answer the question, either, but makes a point about what questions should be asked. Rather, I'd like to see the Author talk about how God enables us to help people and shows us how to do it, rather than just following a biblical example.
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Review by: Linda Hall on May 23, 2011 :
Very interesting. Postmodern for sure, relevant, yes, gonna piss some people off - probably not, those people wouldn't even read it. And it they did, they would be so busy being appalled at her using the F word to notice themselves ignoring those in need around them. Good on ya! (Rik - not Linda)
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