Changing the Face of Christianity Inc. Now Reports that as Many as 1 in 3 Christians are Christian in Name Only

Changing the Face of Christianity Inc released the latest results of a Christianity Quiz, showing that as many as 1 in 3 Christians are Christian in name only. These are the results of an online Christianity Quiz scoring how well Christians live the teachings of Jesus Christ. The anonymous self-assessment presents 10 multiple choice questions to determine if you are "Far from Christ", a "Worldly Christian", a "Good Christian", or a "Spiritually Mature Christian". Started in 2011, the Christianity Quiz originally reported that 1 in 4 Christians are Christian in name only. However, the latest results show a sharp increase in the number of Worldly Christians going from 23.7% to 30.9%. This means that 1 in 3 self-proclaimed Christians admit they don’t live the teachings of Jesus Christ. Changing the Face of Christianity Inc, a 501(c)3 non-profit, is working to improve this situation through a convicting educational message aimed at Christians and a Christian maturity and transformation strategy.

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Christianity Quiz Results Apr-2012

1 in 3 self-proclaimed Christians admit they rarely live the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Plano, TX (PRWEB) June 04, 2012

Changing the Face of Christianity Inc has released the results of a Christianity Quiz; an anonymous self-assessment scoring how well Christians live the teachings of Jesus Christ. E.g. The quiz answers the question: "How Christian Are You?"

Over an 8 month period, from September 2011 through April 2012, Changing the Face of Christianity collected over 1,500 responses to their Christianity Quiz.
Here is a summary of the results: (compared to August 2011)

Far from Christ 2.9% (1.7% decrease)
Worldly Christian 30.9% (7.2% increase)
Good Christian 38.5% (0.5% decrease)
Spiritually Mature Christian 27.8% (5% decrease)

R. Brad White, the founder of Changing the Face of Christianity Inc, a 501(c)3 non-profit, says "The results are disturbing, as 1 in 3 self-proclaimed Christians admit they rarely live the teachings of Jesus Christ. Our mission is to reverse negative Christian stereotypes by helping Christians become more like Jesus Christ."

R. Brad White says, "A significant majority of Christians consistently live their faith. However, we are still human. We stumble. We fail. We make mistakes. We screw up. Part of the problem is that there are many so-called Christians who aren't striving to live their faith. Our organization seeks to help move these folks into spiritual maturity through our negative Christian stereotypes Bible study and other programs."

The Christianity Quiz is available at http://www.ChristianityQuiz.com.

"We pray that God uses our Christianity Quiz as a catalyst and motivator of positive change and growth within our Christian faith," says R. Brad White.

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About Changing the Face of Christianity Inc.
Changing the Face of Christianity Inc is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit Texas corporation, started in 2010 by Founder and President R. Brad White. Their mission is to reverse Christian intolerance, hypocrisy, homophobia, judgmentalism, and other negative Christian stereotypes, by helping Christians to be more like Jesus Christ. Changing the Face of Christianity Inc is working to change these negative perceptions by 1) making Christians aware of the negative stereotypes inadvertently created through their words and actions, 2) by educating Christians on the issues and effective ways to change their words and actions to create a positive stereotype in the world, and 3) by assisting Christians with their spiritual growth, maturity, and transformation into Christ-likeness.

About R. Brad White, President and Founder of Changing the Face of Christianity Inc
For over half of his life, Brad was an unshakable Atheist. But after a miraculous sign from God in 2005, he shed his blind disbelief and became a believer. Brad felt called to start “Changing the Face of Christianity” in 2010'. Brad is available for interviews, radio segments, opinion pieces, guest blog articles, and commentary on our Christian faith and culture.