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The question is being asked of His Rudeness™ in this thread:

This reminds me of something I’ve been thinking about lately. How does a “good” Christian behave? I’m curious about your thoughts on this.

And the King & Tyrant™ answered and spaketh unto honeydew:

Why are you asking me?  I’m not exactly the greatest example of a Christian you’ll ever find.  Never have been, in fact.  The Apostle Paul, if memory serves, in fact chides himself as being one of the lesser Christians to have ever walked the face of the earth, and I’m right there with him.  I’m positively awful, as far as that goes.

I mean, I can tell you how a “good” Christian ought  behave, but I can also tell you that living a good Christian life is a damned sight harder (play on words intended) than you might think it is, particularly nowadays. (There’s a lecture on this that dovetails nicely with why new Christians fail a great deal of the time, but that’s another topic for another post.)

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