That's hilarious because his knowledge was actually quite lacking and laughable.
And MOS, I was baptized in a catholic church, went to catholic elementary and secondary, attended the protestant united church regularly throughout my youth, attended sunday school and had my communion in a protestant church. FYI. So lol at me being a fake christian. And my extensive knowledge of the bible is as a result of studying the old testament in elementary and studying the new testament in secondary on top of sunday classes and more importantly my own desires to know the bible.
The reason I prefered protestantism over catholicism was a number of aspects obviously rejecting the chuch man made items which Martin Luther himself questioned and the practices around them and even the idolatry present in catholic churches, worship of mary, praying to mary, statues of mary, Jesus, etc...
Furthermore while I was seeking to be a better Christian and more obedient to God, I sought out God's message and tried to apply everything in my life. I rejected man made things. I questioned man made things but I strongly with hardcore conviction believed in God and strived to follow and obey God.
On the other hand Rhino has demonstrated his desire to not obey God, to follow his own desires, to sin and do whatever he wants and ridicule those that seek to obey God. Furthermore he demonstrated total lack of knowledge of Islamic teachings and kept ranting about what individual people born as muslims who do not practice the religion do. Surrounding himself with terrible so called muslims and even sects which are not considered muslim.
Two complete opposites.
You understand that baptism, communion, church service attendance, sunday school attendance, catholic school attendance, vacation bible school attendance, church softball league participation, church basketball camp attendance, church Christmas pageant participation, Easter celebration program partipation, membership in the church choir, partcipant in the church orchestra, working in the church bookstore, serving as a deacon, singing the special music during worship services, leading a sunday school class, serving the quarterly menís bible study breakfast, attending the menís quarterly bible study breakfast, being a guest speaker a the menís quarterly bible study breakfast, attending the churchís womenís retreat, working in the church offices or even attending the seminary does not make someone a Christian. Certainly these are common activities for a Christian.
That said, what does make someone a Christian?