So I spoke again with my friend, who reorganized her wording but, still spoke of Catholics being wholly separate or somewhat.
I then read her a letter from Pope John Paul II and his discussion about the whole of Christianity and his desire to unify the various denominations.
She stated again that being called a Christian was modern and a recent movement.
I dunno. It sounds like she is saying she is Christian but, more Catholic.
Then she went after me for being Baptist saying that I call myself that. Of course, I replied that I do not know any Baptists who would themselves that superior to identifying themselves as Christian 1st and raised in a Baptist Church.
Fir more than twenty years I have informed her that I am not Baptist, I am a Christian, part of body of Christ, of which there are many denominations and of which I do not consider or identify myself with.
“She stated again that being called a Christian was modern and a recent movement.”
Shows how little she even knows about the Bible:
Act_11:26 And when he had found him, he brought him unto Antioch. And it came to pass, that a whole year they assembled themselves with the church, and taught much people. And the disciples were called Christians first in Antioch.