I bumped into an old school friend at the supermarket. I used to sit with this person both at school (sometimes) and at church (all the time) when we were teenagers. During our coffee shop conversation this person berated me for not going to church. I am terrible in confrontations, so I just mumbled something about going next week - I won't, it was a lie, but it got me thinking.

I count myself among that much varied group of people known as Christians, but what do I do that makes me a Christian?

I try (and fail frequently) to live my life by the axiom "Love your neighbour as you Love yourself", I own a Bible, I thank God when things go well (sometimes) and make a short prayer to Him when I would like things to go well.

Apparently this is not enough. To be counted among the ranks of Christians, I must put "Jesus Saves" stickers everywhere, wear Crucifixes and Fish symbols, Go to Church many times a week and take part in many Church Activities.

It seems that those counted among the most devout consider themselves most qualified to dictate how the lesser devout should act.

Now why does this remind of E2?