Just a reminder to our regular Health Impact News readership that we do publish articles from time to time on biblical topics on our Created4Health.org website that are not published on the Health Impact News main website. Here are some links and descriptions of recently published articles you can find on Created4Health.org if these topics interest you. These article are non-religious. They are based on the writings of the ancient scriptures.
The name “Christian” carries a wide range of meaning and understanding today, as it has throughout history. It is obviously related to “Christ,” which is from the Greek translation of the Hebrew word for “Messiah,” and refers to the person of Jesus Christ. A general definition of “Christian” then would be someone who follows the teachings or doctrine of Jesus Christ. The teachings of Jesus Christ are contained in the Bible, but how they are understood and what kind of people should bear the name “Christian” is highly debatable, and by no means universally accepted or understood. It is interesting to note that the followers of Jesus during his lifetime on earth and shortly after did not refer to themselves as “Christians.”