Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Christian"

The meaning of "Christian" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Christian health care (“Christian” is a religion,and “health care” is something about medical system. I can’t understand this phrase) mean?
A: I think it is supposed to mean a health care plan which specifically caters to Christian people
Q: What does Christian mean?
A: God chose to become human. I don't know how, but I am glad that He wants to be close to us. You are right that it is not fair for the innocent Lord to die to save me from my sins and forgive me for my sins. It is amazing and shows how much He loves me exactly because it is not fair, He didn't deserve it, and He didn't have to. He chose to die to save me and you and everyone because He loves us and wants us to spend eternity with Him. He wants us to know Him, that is why he came.

Christianity is the word for the Christian religion.
Q: What does Christian Bale meaning? mean?
A: He's an actor
Q: What does technically Christian mean?
A: That's a strange thing to say. It might mean that they believe in the Christian God, but do not follow a religion. As in, they are spiritual but not religious. Just a guess here. (this is also called nondenominational)
Q: What does born-again Christian mean?
A: Sasha touched on what it means in-part, or at least what society at large understands it to mean, but that doesn't completely capture it.

In the New Testament Jesus speaks of being born again, becoming a new creation upon believing in Him. So a born-again is biblically a true Christian who have believed in Jesus and trusted Him for salvation.

It's really an unnecessary term as the term Christian, if applied correctly, would mean someone who has been born again to new life in Christ.

Hopefully that sheds some light on things.

Synonyms of "Christian" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I'm Christian. and I'm a Christian. ?
A: There is no difference ^^
Q: What is the difference between Christian and Cristian ?
A: Christian is a follower of the religion Christianity, cristian is or can be a name.
Q: What is the difference between if you had born to Christian parents, you would have been worshipping Jesus and if you were born to Christian parents you would worship Jesus" ?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Translations of "Christian"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Christian approached the spread of the Bubonic plague from a medical point of view while Muslims were looking for reasons for the spread of the plague from god.
(is it natural?)
A: i think it would sound better to say “Christians approached the spread of the Bubonic plague from a medical point of view, while Muslims approached it from a religious perspective”, because it shows the exact difference in their approaches.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Christian
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Christian,Catholic
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm Christian
A: That is how you say it.
I'm Christian.
I'm a Christian.
I follow Jesus Christ.
I believe in Jesus Christ.

Other questions about "Christian"

Q: According to Christian teachings of the day, God ​controlled the heavens, rendering them unknowable to our feeble mortal minds.

What’s “teachings of the day”? I know what “teachings” means, but does “the day” mean literally “a period of 24 hours”?

Thank you for your help!
A: "Of the day" means the during whichever time period you're talking about. It does not mean a 24-hour period.

Of the day = time period or era

So if you're reading about Christianity during the second century then the second century would be "of the day". (Meaning during that time period.)

If you're reading about Christianity in the 15th century then the 15th century would be "of the day".

If you're reading about Christianity at the turn of the 20th century (1900's) then that would be "of the day".

If you're reading about Christianity on the 1950's then that would be "of the day".

Example: I like fashions from the 1950's. The styles of the day were very structured and fitted.

Let me know if that makes sense or not.

Q: I’m Christian and I studied the Bible since I was a kid, but I also study “Zen.” I live in a 60 years old Japanese house, and I don’t own many things. Have you ever heard of a word Danshari? Danshari means not buying unnecessary things, and throwing away things you don't need. I only have a few clothes and they are only black or white. They don’t have any colors, so I don’t really have to worry and spend time to think what to wear. I gave my refrigerator to people this summer. I used to think having a refrigerator, a phone, an air conditioner, a microwave...daily necessaries are necessary. I was wrong.

A monk came to my house during the summer and asked me if I really need all stuff I keep in my house? It turns out, I can live without most of them. If I don’t own many stuff, I can keep my place clean, I don’t get to distrust by things. I can also say the same things about people. According to the monk, if you don’t pretend to be someone else and try to be yourself, the right people would stay with you and other people would leave. I like the idea. Does this sound natural?
A: × I’m Christian and I studied the Bible since I was a kid, but I also study “Zen.”
✓ I’m a Christian, I studied the Bible since I was a kid. But I also study “Zen.”

× I live in a 60 years old Japanese house, and I don’t own many things.
✓ I live in a 60 year old Japanese style house, and I don’t own many things.

× Have you ever heard of a word Danshari?
✓ Have you ever heard of the word Danshari?

× Danshari means not buying unnecessary things, and throwing away things you don't need.
✓ Danshari means de-cluttering: not buying unnecessary things, and throwing away things you have that you don't need.

× I only have a few clothes and they are only black or white.
✓ I only have a few clothes, and they are only black or white.

× They don’t have any colors, so I don’t really have to worry and spend time to think what to wear.
✓ Because they don’t have any colors, I don’t really have to spend time thinking about what to wear.

× I gave my refrigerator to people this summer.
✓ I even gave my refrigerator to some people earlier this summer.

× I used to think having a refrigerator, a phone, an air conditioner, a microwave...daily necessaries are necessary.
✓ I used to think having things like a refrigerator, a microwave, a phone, and air conditioning were all necessities.

× A monk came to my house during the summer and asked me if I really need all stuff I keep in my house?
✓ A monk came to my house during the summer, and asked me if I really needed all of the stuff I kept in my house.

× It turns out, I can live without most of them.
✓ As it turns out, I can live without most of them.

× If I don’t own many stuff, I can keep my place clean, I don’t get to distrust by things.
✓ If I don’t own many things, I can keep my place clean [[?]]

× I can also say the same things about people.
✓ I can also say the same thing about people.

× According to the monk, if you don’t pretend to be someone else and try to be yourself, the right people would stay with you and other people would leave.
✓ According to the monk, if you don’t pretend to be someone else, and try to be true to yourself, the right people will stay with you and the others will leave.

Very natural, but I have no idea what you meant with this line: "I don’t get to distrust by things. "
Could you explain?
Q:
It is incumbent on Christian.
It is a duty toward Christian.

Do the sentences are same meaning? And Does this sound natural?
A: @Keimiu: is it a duty toward Christians or a Christian's dutt
Q: I'm Christian.
about Christian Dior.
Is Dior a Christian?
Is one of the names in the United States?
A: Just his name. I don't think he's Christian.

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