Those who read some of my posts used hearing me repeat the expression “Born of the Spirit” (besides “Born of the flesh”). Jesus mentioned the expression “Born Again” in one situation only. Jesus tried telling Nicodemus indirectly that it is ‘impossible’ for him (Nicodemus) to perceive heavenly things. Only those who are born of water (of the flesh) and of the Spirit too ‘may’ perceive the heavenly things and ‘may’, therefore, enter the Kingdom (realm) of God. So what does a person mean when he says I am ‘born again’? If I am not wrong, I noticed that “Born Again” is much like a ticket to join a certain Christian community (Denomination). It is short of “I admit I am a sinner and Jesus Christ is my Saviour (before God)”. Although I didn’t hear yet a Catholic believer saying “I am born again”, I guess admitting being a sinner who needs Jesus as his Saviour is also a prerequisite for being a Catholic believer. Since I knew Jesus in Spirit, I just learn from Him how to feed my soul for eternity. So as Jesus did, I can say to those with whom I live: “Which of you convinceth me of sin?” For instance, being good, mainly when one has the right not to be so (based on men’s justice), is also seen as sinning by those who have a flesh only to take care of. In many situations in my life, some persons tried to hurt me badly behind my back (as they told me later) to show (prove) me that being good 'always' is bad. Their reaction is indeed natural because living the 'unlimited unconditional’ love and care towards all others does contradict God’s instructions that their living fleshes should follow (for their survival in the least). On the other hand, a real scientist (a follower of Science) doesn’t need to belong to any scientific organization. He can take advantage of his scientific true knowledge and apply it while he is free and independent. Also a true disciple of Jesus Christ doesn’t need to belong (as a follower or master) to any organization formed in His name. Jesus, Himself, didn’t belong to any system (He didn’t specify a system being better than others) or put rules for his disciples to follow them while they were with Him or after Resurrection. Please note that, here, I am just exploring 'facts' which are all in God’s plan. This is why every person is content (satisfied) the way he is while he tries his best to fulfil (live) his main priorities in life; these personal priorities are different from one person to another if we look at their details. So while, in general, Christian believers look for Salvation in the afterlife through Jesus Christ, I personally see myself saved already by Jesus teachings from my ignorance; the natural common weakness I was born with. Finally, I will be real surprised if someone in the world (other than Jesus Christ) agrees on what I presented here.