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A Sunday Christian or Sunday morning Christian (also once-a-weeker) is a term of denunciation used to refer to someone who typically attends Christian church services on Sundays, but is presumed or witnessed not to adhere to the doctrines or rules of the religion (either actively or passively), or refuses to register as a church member. These members are sometimes considered to be hypocritical in how or what they practice due in part to their confusion or cherry-picking how they live their religion.
See also [ edit ]
- Cafeteria Christianity
- Cultural Christian
- Lapsed Catholic
- Biblical law in Christianity
- Non-denominational Christianity
References [ edit ]
- Altemeyer, Bob (2004). "PERSPECTIVES: The Decline of Organized Religion in Western Civilization". International Journal for the Psychology of Religion. 14 (2): 77–89. doi:10.1207/s15327582ijpr1402_1.
- Baggini, Juian (2016). "The myth of mythos". In Carroll, Anthony (ed.). Religion and atheism: Beyond the divide (1 [edition] ed.). London: Routledge. pp. 38–49. ISBN 9781138891890. OCLC 947953930.
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