I'm very tired, so I hope I make it to the end of this post... This isn't a rant on the bible. Actually, it isn't a rant about anything. Christians often say things along the lines of "I have found Jesus Christ.". Or, if discussing Jesus Christ to others, "You must allow Jesus Christ into your life", "Jesus Christ is the love, the life, the way", I'm sure you're many aware of that. My question is simply... What is Jesus Christ, as often portrayed? Christians don't give clear answers. No, I'm not bashing Christians. But is it a set of principles that you follow? This is the most logical answer from my perspective, a set of principles; to be the good samaritan, and do the THINGS that Jesus supposedly did. To be accountable for actions and such... forgive me, I am not very familiar with the Bible itself. But the way the followers phrase it... "Jesus Christ into the life". Does this make him a spiritual entity, do you actually feel him? Another thing is "He guides my actions" - do the principles guide it, or do you truly feel who he is? It's not a blurry line, but I find it exceedingly impossible to get a straight answer.