Can freethinkers believe a religion?
=====Definition:===== A "free-thinking Christian" is one who attempts to expand the horizons of their religious beliefs by welcoming the argumentation of atheists and those opposed to their own views, in hope of finding truth.
This group was created by Brian Glenney, Ph.D., a professor of philosophy at Gordon College, in response to the Bright vs. Super debate. As the traditional stance of the Supers does not uphold the integrity of the intellectual Christian, and the stance of the Brights neglects any belief in the supernatural, the Crisp movement, is one that searches for a middle ground. It is a community that welcomes debate and looks to establish a place for those with opposing religious and nonreligious axioms to coexist.