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Some people can specify the day and hour when they became Christians. Others were brought up Christians and say that, though they are Christian now, they cannot specify exactly when the change took place.

Is it important to be able to specify the moment of conversion?

Update: this is not about remembering the date and time but about being able to specify the moment.

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closed as primarily opinion-based by Nathaniel, Lee Woofenden, curiousdannii, Caleb Feb 15 at 7:27

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Possibly related: christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/2981/… – aceinthehole Sep 30 '11 at 12:47
    
The answer to this question is unfortunately highly dependent on tradition... the Reformed and Oneness traditions, for example, will approach this question very differently. – Nathaniel Feb 14 at 18:06

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