I did not know there were people out there who subscribe to what they would classify as a desupernaturalized Christianity. While remaining philosophical materialists, they also say they are Christians. Can you believe in a strictly materialist view of reality; with no spiritual realm, human beings not being a union of spirit and a body, just a material body no eternal soul, no indwelling of supernatural grace in the soul, no supernatural events associated with the man known in history as Jesus, including no resurrection, and still be classified as a Christian? It seems to me that that Christianity has lost everything that makes it more than simply following the teachings of a moral philosopher you happen to admire.
Am I wrong?
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