"christian" is essentially only a term. it was invented by the world, not by the saints, nor God. and you can tell it's just a term rather than a real name, because of how the word is formed. "christian" - "christ" "ian" - follower of Christ. it's really not meaningful, it's just a term. like American. it just means "person of america" and it doesn't really have meaning.
but what i mean is that God never ever meant for us to go by "christian" or to call all of this "christianity" - as "christian" is only ever used in the Bible when speaking of the world's point of view on the saints, and "christianity" isn't even in the Bible. but rather God meant for us to be saints, which is a meaningful word in the Bible 101 times, versus the meaningless term "christian" in the Bible only 3 times.
the word saint means separated to God. so if you are a saint, you are not a mere person, you are not of this world, you are separated from this world and you belong to God.
what do you guys think of this?