Can You Call Yourself a Christian and Not Be Religious?
Can we be good enough?
And in case you think he’s slamming Catholics and other Christians whose worship services follow a formal liturgy, that’s not what he has in mind at all. “You cannot be 'too' Christian. If being 'too' Christian’ makes you think of Christian fundamentalists, I'd want to insist that they are simply not Christian enough,” writes Fraser. “Indeed, that it's their lack of faith that makes them cling to a bogus form of certainty and literalism. Mostly, Christian fundamentalists worship a book. They like the safety of having pat answers. But this is just another form of idolatry of which the Hebrew scriptures regularly warn. Worshipping a book and worshipping God are two totally different things.”