Organized religion preaches to the masses indifferently, but philosophy requires the individual to confront it personally.
Organized religion expects unshakable and constant belief, while philosophy forces you to constantly re-examine and reconsider your stand.
Organized religion fences you within a safe but artificial and shallow microenviroment, while philosophy throws you out into the wild, but you grow from the experiences you got.
In light of such perceptions, I identify myself more as a seeker of philosophical truth rather than religious truth. God does not manifest itself in dogmas, but can only be understood if we act according to his revelations.
But neither am I abandoning my faith, for all the energy I focus towards my philosophical search, I channel towards Christ.
So am I still a Christian then?