The Difference Between A Born Again And Christians


A Born Again Belongs to man made churches.

A Christian belongs to the Church founded by Jesus Christ, the Catholic Church. (Mt.16:17-19)

A Born Again hates the mother of Jesus Christ, accusing her of being worshiped, had other children, sinful and an idol.

A Christian honors her like how Jesus Christ honored and respected her. (Lk.1:28, 48)

A Born Again sees Mary as a competition against Christ

A Christian sees Mary as his loving mother and a sure guide to Jesus Christ. (John 2:1-12, John 19:26-27)

A Born Again Sunday worship is aimed to be emotionally touching and entertaining.

A Christian Sunday worship is solemn and sacred. It is not entertaining because the center of the Holy Eucharist is Jesus Christ not ourselves. (Matthew 26:26-28)

A Born Again sees no importance in good works.

A Christian puts his faith into practice by living a life filled with good works (Mt. 25:31-45, Rom.2:7, James 2:24)

A Born Again arrogantly boast that they are already saved and they can no longer lose their salvation.

A Christian before God accepts his weakness and failures and by God’s grace hopes to be saved like that of St. Paul. (Titus 1:1-2, Titus 3:7, 2 Corinthians 4:16-18)

A Born Again forgets about their dead

A Christian believes that baptized individual (living or dead) are members of the body of Christ (unless by their own wrong doing severed their unity with Christ). (Heb.12:22, Rev.4:8)

A Born Again Believes that sufferings are punishment for sins

A Christian believes that suffering is a virtue wherein uniting our sufferings with that of Christ makes us a better disciple. (Col.1:24)

A Born Again proclaims himself to be forgiven from all his sins

A Christian confesses his sins to the priest as mandated by Jesus Christ. For it is not the priest per se who forgives us but it is Christ through the priest. (John 20:22-23)

A Born Again believes in the Bible alone and his personal interpretation of Scriptures.

A Christian submits himself to the authority of Jesus Christ through the Church. (Mt.16:17-19, Mt.18:18)

A Born Again has no assurance of receiving God’s grace

A Christian through the Sacraments is assured of receiving sanctifying grace. (John 19:34)

The list can go on and on it is up to you if you want to be a Born Again with their unbiblical beliefs and traditions. Or become a Catholic a true Christian a follower of Jesus Christ.


12 thoughts on “The Difference Between A Born Again And Christians

  1. I am a follower of Jesus. Being a Catholic isn’t the way to Christ. Being drawn by the spirit and believing in the gospel of Christ is the way to him. You are terribly deceiving people.


    • Historically speaking the Catholic Church is the only Church that Jesus Christ founded. Henceforth, the Catholic Church is Christ’s body (Col.1:18) making it the pillar and bulwark of truth (1 Tim.3:15-16). Having said so the Catholic Church is the only way to Jesus Christ and being a follower of Christ means being a member of the Church He founded.


      • Easy to say but do you have actual proof the Jesus Christ is not the founder of the Catholic Church? If Christ is not the founder then who is its founder? When was it founded? And where?


      • The proof is in holy Scripture. The Bible says Jesus said upon this rock, I’ll build my church. Peter wasn’t Catholic. Jesus wasn’t Catholic. Christianity is just anyone who is a learner and follower of Jesus Christ which I am but I’m not Catholic and Mary isn’t to be worshipped, only God.


      • Where in the Bible does it say that Peter is not a Catholic? Chapter and verse please. Jesus said “I will build my Church” so which Protestant Church is it? Catholic teaching is clear that Mary is not to be worshipped, have you tried reading our Catechism which clearly says that only God is to be worshipped?


      • Where in the Bible does it say that he is? Peter was an Jew as well as Jesus. But Christian follow the Grace of the Lord revealed through Paul and not a religion. I never said these man made denominations are the true church. The true church Christ is referring to is anyone who believes in him. All believers of his virgin birth, death and resurrection is apart of his body. Not because you’re Catholics. I haven’t read that book either. My only source for true wisdom is from the Lord through the Bible.


      • The teachings of Jesus Christ as taught by Peter and the Apostles as well as their successors are synonymous with the teachings of the Catholic Church.

        If simply believing in Christ is your basis of being the Church then you are gravely wrong for the devil also believes in God (James 2:19), so is the devil part of the true Church?

        If your only source is the Bible then you are being unbiblical since nothing in scripture ever says that the bible should be our only source of wisdom or faith. The scriptures said;

        “Stand firm and hold to the traditions which you were taught by us, either by word of mouth or by letter.” (2 Thess.2:15)


      • The Bible was yet being written during those words that Paul uttered. I didn’t say only believe in God, you must make Jesus your Lord but this is the type of misinterpreting Scripture that’s leads people to error and ive warned you so I’ll just put this in the Lord hands. He’ll fix it.


      • Thank you for admitting that the Bible was not yet written during St. Paul’s time, it’s a blow against Protestantism’s “Sola Scriptura” doctrine. No Bible, No Sola Scriptura! Henceforth, Bible Alone doctrine is unhistorical and unbiblical.


      • Born Again in a Protestant understanding, no He did not. But born again in the Biblical way through baptism, yes (John 3:5)


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