There is no question more important than this. To answer, you must have a true Bible definition of what a Christian is, and how to become one. The apostle Paul wanted everyone to become Christians. One man said to him, “Almost you persuade me to become a Christian” (Acts 26:28). Answers: “I don’t know if I am or not; I suppose a Christian would go to church, but would that make him a Christian?” And waitress Yolanda said, “I believe a Christian is someone you can trust.” An oriental man, a clerk, said: “I am a Catholic; does that count?” Pam, after living with her fiancé for three years said: “Yes sir, I am a Christian. I was baptized a long time ago and went to church …” Phil said, “No, I’m a Baptist. I believe in God but do not attend church.” Some confessed not knowing, whether yes or no?? The New Testament teaches faith in Jesus as God’s son is required, also repentance from sin, confession of faith, and baptism (immersion) “for forgiveness of sins” (Mk 16:16; Acts 2:38). Then God adds you to His family, the church of Christ (Acts 2:42; Rom 16:16: I Cor 12:13). Ask for booklet (email or phone).