CAN YOU BE A SYNCRETIST CHRISTIAN
The Civil Writer Magazine
A syncretist Christian exhibits blending of two or more religious belief systems into a new system, or the incorporation into a religious tradition of beliefs from unrelated traditions. As an example a syncretis Christian can incorporate the Seventh Day Adventist dietary practices, Jehovah Witnesses prohibition against national holidays, B'nei Noach upholding the 7 laws of Noah and still believe in Jesus.
Jesus didn't prohibit learning/didaskalia meaning “basic teachings” (as in 1 and 2 Timothy). As a Christian Jesus only directed you to believe he is the son of God, and repentance of sins. What you incorporate as consecrated elements towards good living is your prerogative, right and privilege.
The Baptist denomination doctrine believe in the virgin birth; miracles; atonement for sins through the death, burial, and bodily resurrection of Jesus; the Trinity; the need for salvation (through belief in Jesus Christ as the Son of God, his death and resurrection) but the Baptist denomination doesn't believe in the teachings that being healthy helps us to make good decisions, understand God's Word, be productive in God's service, and otherwise glorify God with our bodies as temples.
Adventists who eat meat typically do not eat unclean flesh, like that of pig, certain fish, and other animals that the Bible names as unclean. The Benei Noahics believe in 7 Noachide Laws rather than the unrelated Mosaic laws many religious groups incorporate into their laws of morality. A Syncretist Christian will take practices from religions that are deemed favorable to their walk with God.