It's a bit difficult to get a proper overview of the material, Paco. Maybe you could draw up some themes you'd like to discuss further
Some questions for all of you to answer.
Some think that being a christian means being a good person or doing good. But that's also what it means to be a humanist.
There's more to being a christian, and there's probably more to being a humanist also.
But for some reason the line seems to be a bit blurry.
What is the cause for the 'blurry line'?
And what exactly is the difference between a christian and a humanist?
Are you a christian or a humanist?
How do you practice being a christian/humanist?
Can you be a christian and humanist at the same time?
Are there conflicting views?
What is the essence of christianity?
What is the essence of being a humanist?
When you are a christian, does it bring responsibilities you otherwise wouldn't have had?
A few questions
, probably some overlap.
I'd love to hear your view on these matters since this really interests me.