2019-01-14 08:39:58 UTC
2 years ago from Tasmania
The expression "not a good Christian" presumes that the character of a
Christian is necessarily goodness, do you think? I suspect that is not
what you implied. I merely wish to point out that presumption is common
among many people. And false, do you agree?
Good Christian could have 2 possible meanings:
1) good at being a Christian
2) both good and Christian
Neither of these two meanings implies that a Christian is necessarily
good since there being good Christians implies only that *some* Christians
are good, with the rest being mediocre, bad or anything other than good.
Does Good Thief have both these possible meanings?
1) good at thieving
2) both good and a thief (like Robin Hood)