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Identity: The set of characteristics by which a person or thing is definitively recognizable or known.
Everyone has an identity. Who (or what) do you identify as? What are the characteristics by which you are definitively recognizable or known?
In our modern culture, it seems rather easy to change our identity, or at least we’ve been given the impression that it’s easy; just pick a different set of characteristics to be recognized or known by and you’re no longer bound by what you were once identified as.
But is it really that easy? Does it really work that way? Can we just make up our minds to identify as someone or something else?
There are a set of definitively recognizable or known characteristics of those who identify as Christian, that have not changed since the word ‘Christian’ became a thing—even under tremendous strain over two millennia to do so. What are they? And what do they mean for a 21st century follower of Jesus?