The nominal religion of Western civilization. Christians are divided into three categories: True Christians – those who live strictly in accordance with the spirit of the teachings of Jesus Christ. Church Christians – those whose beliefs are modified to accord to a particular creed or dogma, sometimes at variance with biblical teachings. What they follow is better called ‘Churchianity’. Nominal Christians – sometimes called pseudo-Christians or Christians of Convenience, the great majority who give lip service only. Christians in the first two categories sometimes have narrow, colored perspectives, but they generally are very good people and their faith should not be denigrated; their beliefs are quite valid as a way of life.