I was raised Catholic up until I got saved a year ago when I started attending a non-denominational church.
Like most people on this site, I am against most of the Catholic rituals. However, there is one thing that I don't really see a problem with and everyone else here seems to. The sign of the cross (where they make a cross symbol over themselves). Why is this wrong? I mean, to me, it's pretty much saying that you're saved (kind of like saying "in Jesus' name" at the end of your prayer, but doing it like that instead). I don't usually do it just because I find it unnessicary, but it is actually wrong?
I understand that it's wrong in the way that they think that you HAVE to do it when you pray, and they do it when they kneel to statues or before entering a church.....But is it wrong if you just want to do it as a symbol of being saved?