Being "Just" Christians
What does being “just Christians” mean?
- It means trying to be like the first century church in work, worship and teaching. They were just Christians - why can't we be the same?
- It means being an independent and autonomous church, not part of any denominational structure - just like the Christians in the New Testament.
- It means worshiping like the people in the New Testament did.
- It means believing and practicing what the New Testament church believed and practiced.
- It means an end to “hyphenated Christianity” where some human-centered name or creedal position is attached to the term Christian. We hear this all the time: “I'm this kind of Christian” or “I'm a ————- Christian.” Where do we read about that kind of thinking in the New Testament? Why can't we be just Christians like in the New Testament?
In short, it means being what the first believers were: just Christians.
This site is dedicated to that ideal. We just want to study the scriptures and see New Testament Christianity freshly, in purity and simplicity. If that thought intrigues you then click away. You'll find the quest for “just Christians” to be tremendously challenging and rewarding. We pray we'll be a help to you along the way.