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RELIGION vs. SCIENCE -- a familiar story?
2008-06-08 10:59:00
By Tom CI really love this website! - many thanks to everyone here for not suffering in silence and reminding me how un-alone I am as an ex-Xtian. Having eagerly digested lots of the juicy philosophical debate on, I feel compelled to contribute some thoughts that may be relevant for some to a couple of the more popular topics here on site.Disclaimer: I have to admit that personally I feel quite strongly about some of these things, and my enthusiasm may come through in a slightly assertive writing style at times, but let me assure you I'm not trying to convert anyone (and if I do convert someone they've seriously missed the point!) These are just thoughts, intended to inspire thoughts, and any implications of value judgments are for the most part unintentional, but left in to keep things interesting and to preserve the original flow of said thoughts.Just see what -you- think...***I II IIII. Having only just left the relative comforts of blind faith in one thing, it ...
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I am not blindly following anymore -- I know why I believe what I believe
2008-06-08 10:31:00
Sent in by S.H.It's hard to tell this story. The fact that one day my parents or church friends might come upon this testimonial and identify it as mine, despite the anonymity, scares me. But, as soon as I saw this site, I knew that I wanted to share.I was "born Christian," meaning that both my parents were Christains and I was essentially raised in church. They were then, and still are, extremely active members of the Vineyard organization, a non-denominational national church group. The church has since updated it's sect to "empowered evangelical." Aside from weekly service, I went to bi-weekly Bible study and attended private school until 5th grade.My parents imposed strict moral conditioning on me from a very young age. Not only was I supposed to go to church regularly, but I had to "experience" the Holy Spirit and be able to "talk" with God. I distinctly remember being seven years old in our dining room, crying because my parents were trying to force me to be able to speak in...
Jesús no me cambió ni me hizo feliz
2008-06-07 15:45:00
Crecí en un hogar donde mi padre murió cuando yo tenía seis. Mi madre, una mujer neurótica y abusiva, pertenecía a la Iglesia de Dios del Séptimo Día. Una secta que prohibía mucho a las mujeres y poco a los hombres.Las mujeres no podían usar sandalias, pantalones, vestidos arriba de la rodilla, ni maquillaje. Tampoco debían cortarse el pelo.A los hombres se les prohibía lo obvio: fumar y beber. También era incorrecto usar jeans.Pero lo que caracterizaba a la iglesia era la creencia de que Jesucristo murió por los pecados pasados. Desde el momento del bautismo, quebrantar uno de los Diez Mandamientos era pecado mortal para el cual no había más perdón.Mi mamá y mi papá, los dos, cometieron adulterio?mi papá antes de que yo naciera. Así que a mi conocimiento, el siempre creyó que su destino era el infierno.Cuando mi mamá, viuda, adulteró, continuamos yendo a la Iglesia con mis hermanos.Yo siempre me caractericé por aprender todo lo que se me enseñaba. Lo llevé todo al fondo de mi coraz...
Who wrote the Bible?
2008-06-07 10:59:00
A film by Robert Beckford In 2004, Robert Beckford hosted a documentary called Who Wrote the Bible ? in the UK. Beckford begins this documentary with this question and pursues the assertion that the Bible's history involves multiple revisions, exclusion and political imperative.The documentary is NOT meant to be inflammatory, but informative.Length: approximately 100 minutes long.
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Why I am no longer a Christian
2008-06-06 22:51:00
By Brother Jeff of Christian ityIsBullshit.comA survey that I took the other day has had me thinking about why I walked away from the Christian faith. I didn?t walk away because I rebelled against God or because I was angry with God or because I was treated badly or hurt in the church. In fact, my church life was very good. I had good friends. I had a good relationship with church leadership. I even frequently sang solos during church services and sang in the praise and worship choir. I had a great time in church and I still miss the sense of belonging and the sense of fellowship with other believers that I enjoyed during my Christian days. There are other things that I still miss from my Christian days. I still miss the excitement and joy of praise and worship. I still miss prayer, and having intimate moments alone with a holy and righteous God. I still miss believing in an all-powerful, all-loving, Almighty God. So why in the world would I walk away from a belief system that worked...
La gente inventa religiones nuevas copiando o añadiendo a lo que ya otros h
2008-06-06 07:00:00
Por Maria R.Es increíble la cantidad de personas que siguen alguna religión y nunca se han preguntado el origen de sus creencias o prácticas religiosas. Cuando estaba en el cristianismo, era muy rara la vez que cuestionara las creencias, costumbres o rituales que la iglesia enseñaba como mandato de su dios a los feligreses. Si en alguna clase bíblica alguien preguntaba por qué se creía en ciertos dogmas, la respuesta siempre era la misma, ?Porque así lo dice la biblia?.En una ocasión, una amiga me envió un email en el cual me decía que estaba muy triste y preocupada porque un supuesto misionero cristiano le había escrito, contándole de todas sus victorias pues a todos los países que viajaba convencía a la gente para que se convirtieran al cristianismo y como testimonio público se bautizaran en las aguas. El problema era que en algunos países, los nuevos conversos y recién bautizados eran brutalmente asesinados pues eran considerados apóstatas a su antigua religión. Esa noticia me de...
Tell me about that hell part again?
2008-06-04 22:02:00
By David J.I accepted Christ at the age of five and since that time I have taken my journey very seriously. I read the Bible and prayed regularly. I graduated from a Christian school, then a Christian university and also from a Bible School. An underlying theme for the last 30 years of my life since my conversion was the concept of hell. Most Christians read a verse or two of Romans, say a prayer, and never worry about it again. I would have done the same if we were talking about getting a prize at the end. As it was explained to me we were actually dealing with whether I would be tortured around the clock for millions of years. With that at stake there could be absolutely nothing more important than making certain you will never incur that fate. I read, studied and asked questions to make sure that I wasn?t missing anything. I read that blasphemy guaranteed I would be tortured (Matthew 12:31) so I spent years agonizing in my thoughts to never think anything that could be considered...
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I realised that I didn?t believe any of it
2008-06-04 06:56:00
Sent in by Jonathan SIt took me a long time to figure it out... but it finally happened. I?m 18, and I make absolutely no claim to being the most intelligent person alive, but I?m now an atheist. I refuse to say agnostic, as it is quite possible to be an agnostic theist as well.I was born into a Christian family, and dedicated into Christianity (Pentecostal, if you find that relevant) by my parents. They raised me up in their beliefs as they swore to, and until 12 weeks ago, I had attended church every week, disregarding some holidays. I had my first communion at four years old, and was baptised at 12. I started to go to youth at 13, with probably now my most hated youth pastor. I?ll explain why later.I started switching between churches, not particularly fitting into the perfectionist style that my parents? church portrayed, and leaving eventually as a result. My life group, which I still attend at the moment (They aren?t threatening at all, and I?m good friends with a few people t...
Mentally liberated, but socially imprisoned
2008-06-02 22:05:00
Sent in by an Ian LI really need some encouragement and feedback right now. I've recently become an agnostic, and, while I'm not afraid of what happens after death (if anything), I am afraid of how my wife and family will respond (I'm not brave enough yet to tell them of my change of heart and mind).Anyway, the process of reasoning my way out of belief began when I realized that I couldn't bring myself to go up to someone of differing belief and tell them that I am absolutely right, and that s/he is absolutely wrong. Such a claim would be groundless.My line of thought goes like this:1. Religious belief is founded on fundamentally irrational assumptions (that there is a god, that a particular scripture is literally true, etc). With irrationality as the source of religious truth, anything can be claimed to be true, and anything claimed to be true based on irrationality is equally defensible and refutable using reasoning corrupted by irrationality. Therefore, religious belief shoul...
No sense of loss, only a feeling of relief
2008-06-02 08:00:00
By Bob PattersonWhile at our community of reason bible study (Sunday), I became aware that many ex-Christians, having become atheists, felt a loss in the process. Some even said they almost wanted to return to their previous beliefs for the comfort it provided. I thought this very interesting and different from my experience with religion. First, let me say my parents agreed to have NO religious influence over me, as my mother had been a Catholic and my dad's family, although claiming to be Christian, didn't regularly attended church. So how did I get involved? Simple, It was the neighbors who took me to church with their son, who was my age. I remember liking the singing and the people, but the Pentecostal hell, fire and damnation didn't make much sense at all. I was only six or seven at that time. I attended this church until I became a boy scout and switched to the Methodist church. There was a lot less hell, fire and damnation in Methodism than Pentecostalism, I noticed. I tr...
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Ex-Catholic from Franciscan University
2008-06-02 06:49:00
Sent in by Michelle RI was born and raised a Roman Catholic . My parents were pretty devout Catholics and I totally absorbed their faith. During my teen years, I was exposed to charismatic Catholics and burned all my evil rock music records and began listening to Christian rock. I also began realizing that I might be a lesbian and began praying daily that I stop having these evil thoughts and began hating myself that I could not control them.I attended Franciscan University , a far right charismatic Catholic school in Ohio. I majored in theology, attended daily mass, and explored becoming a nun. Amazingly, all my prayers that I become straight did not work. I even went to a counselor who suggested I wear dresses and put on make up in order to feel more feminine. I only did that for a week or two. Luckily, my younger sister was attending the same school and talked me out of dressing in drag.Along with the teachings on homosexuality being caused by demons, this school also taught that w...
Mom fights church ban on her autistic son
2008-06-01 20:52:00
BERTHA, Minn. ? Carol Race thinks it's important for her 13-year-old son to be in church on Sundays for Catholic Mass.Leaders of the Church of St. Joseph once felt the same way, but not anymore. They say Race's autistic son Adam is disruptive and his erratic behavior threatens the safety of other parishioners.The northern Minnesota church has obtained a restraining order to keep Adam away, an action that has been deeply hurtful to the Race family and has brought them support from parents of other autistic children."My son is not dangerous," Carol Race said. The church's action is "about a certain community's fears of him. Fears of danger versus actual danger," she said.In court papers, church leaders say the danger is real. The Rev. Daniel Walz wrote in his petition for the restraining order that Adam ? who already is more than 6 feet tall and weighs more than 225 pounds ? has hit a child, has nearly knocked over elderly parishioners while bolting from his pew, has spit at peopl...
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Sexpelled: No Intercourse Allowed
2008-05-31 13:17:00
tag: evolution, Darwin, science, creationism
Some things never really sat right with me
2008-05-30 22:31:00
By Heather HThis post is really mainly a rant, but it is also an actual question to all Christians out there.The question is really why on earth they try to convert me in the first place? An old one, perhaps, asked by many here, but over reading the Bible recently I?ve come to a conclusion, possibly a question a lot of people have come to... but I digress. It?s really doing my nut though and makes me wonder why on earth people would even try to make me believe in their version of a god.I first stopped really believing in that religion mainly due to scientific proof showing the creation story to be absolute bunk, (among other stories); as well as making a few friends of other faiths in university (or none). See, I was not entirely comfortable with the fact that these perfectly nice people would roast while I?d be dancing it up with Jesus without a care in the world as if it wasn?t happening right below my feet.Yeah. That never really sat right with me.But I?ve come to a rather larger...
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Delusional thinking....???
2008-05-30 22:28:00
By James C Evangelist Hagee took some heat recently for a comment in a sermon concerning the holocaust, "How did [the Holocaust] happen? Because God allowed it to happen. Why did it happen? Because God said my top priority for the Jewish people is to get them to come back to the land of Israel." But Orthodox Rabbi Aryeh Scheinberg at: /article/20080524/NATION /810558402/1002responded by supporting Hagee, saying, "Viewing Hitler as acting completely outside of God's plan is to suggest that God was powerless to stop the Holocaust, a position quite unacceptable to any religious Jew or Christian." At /israelc.htm we find that Israel's population only went from 880,000 in 1930 to 1,834,900 in 1945, an increase of 954,900. So the pastor and the rabbi both feel their God thought it was OK to slaughter six-million people in order to get less than one-million to emigrate to Israel! I'll leave it to the readers to decide.... del...
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I am sad and angry that a young man had to die
2008-05-29 20:53:00
From Linda WTomorrow is the funeral of a young man. He died at age 21 in Iraq. He was a childhood friend of my daughter.The funeral will be at a church, of course. His parents were very religious.I am very saddened and yes, angry that a young man had to die.The funeral will have the usual messages of how great and good God/Jesus are, how this young man was called home, how he now is in the loving arms of Jesus, etc.I think to myself of how I would cope with the death of one of my children. I know that regardless of the depths of my despair, I have come too far in my rational, logical worldview to resort to the supernatural for comfort. Knowing that the deceased is not suffering and honoring the life he had here on earth would bring me peace.I understand the comfort it brings people to believe the dead are in a better place, but with that belief comes the belief in hell. How many people suffer needlessly wondering if loved ones passed on are in hell?The funeral will be mostly about h...
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Punished by God? No one believes that!
2008-05-28 10:28:00
By Dave, the WMI was just reading about 71-year-old Rev. George O. Lowe, that he is in prison for sexually abusing a child in his congregation back in the 80s. There?s nothing particularly unique or interesting about the story; it's just another in a long, long line of sexually perverted religious leaders. What caught my eye in this story is that that the good reverend had recently tried to appease his victim who is now an adult by quoting Bible verses that discourage Christians from taking Christians to court and by claiming that God had already sufficiently punished him.Quoting Bible verses to support a position (any position) is typical, but the statement he made that God had already punished him, that one got me to thinking.The doctrine that God does or will eventually punish the wicked is universally touted as true by every variety, branch and stream within Christendom. Christians are frequently encouraged to leave to the Lord all thoughts of paying back the wicked for their w...
Why do you come so strongly against people believing in God?
2008-05-27 20:32:00
A letter from Jonah SI don't know exactly who or what is God or Godess but do believe that there could be a high being or creator. Maybe as many you say there might not be, but my question to you people is this: Why do you come so strongly against people believing in God?Why attack people who believe different than you? Science is just as factual as many religions. I mean both evolution and Islam are based on man's ideas and experiences are they not? You people have every right to make fun of those who do believe in a creator but don't you think it's kinda silly? Science has been wrong a lot over the years just as religions have been too, but there could be some truth found even though there were mistakes too.
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Science vs. God
2008-05-27 20:23:00
From THE ACEThis is not a testimony, but something I wanted to bring to bring to everyone's attention. My parents recently e-mailed this Christian propaganda; I've read it through several times, and it still confuses the heck out of me. Would some of you comment on this so I can give them some logical answers to whatever this is trying to say?Science vs. God'Let me explain the problem science has with Jesus Christ.' The atheist professor of philosophy pauses before his class and then asks one of his new students to stand. 'You're a Christian, aren't you, son?' 'Yes sir,' the student says. 'So you believe in God?' 'Absolutely.' 'Is God good?' 'Sure! God's good.' 'Is God all-powerful? Can God do anything?' 'Yes.' 'Are you good or evil?' 'The Bible says I'm evil.' The professor grins knowingly. 'Aha! The Bible!' He considers for amoment. 'Here's one for you. Let's say there's a sick person over here and you can cure him. You can do it. Would you help h...
No fue fácil para mí enfrentar la realidad del engaño en el que había vivid
2008-05-27 20:13:00
By Maria RDesde pequeña me habían enseñado que el catolicismo era la religión verdadera. Aprendí la doctrina y todas las creencias de esa religión con monjas de un colegio católico. A la edad de 15 años me convertí al cristianismo y dejé de rezar el rosario e ir a misa y de pedirle a la virgen María y a todos los santos por temor a ser condenada y castigada por un dios celoso (según la Biblia, ese es uno de sus atributos). Me dediqué a estudiar la Biblia y leía cuanto libro me recomendaban del cristianismo y su doctrina. No podía leer libros o literatura de otras religiones pues eran consideradas del diablo. Yo era miembro de varios ministerios, y participaba en todos los retiros espirituales y todas las actividades de la iglesia. Tal era mi fanatismo, que quería convertir a todo el que se me cruzaba en el camino.Todo parecía estar bajo control, hasta el día que me pidieron que fuera la maestra de escuela bíblica para los niños. Inmediatamente comencé a preparar el currículo. En un ...
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I'm on this journey and need some words of wisdom
2008-05-26 10:42:00
from LoriI'm currently trying to find out what is the truth in this world and am having a hard time dealing with the splitting of myself. On one hand I know what I have been taught, but on the other hand I have so many questions that are unanswered, such as why would God tell us "Thou shalt not kill" and "Thou shalt love thine neighbor as thy self", but then command people in I Samuel 16 to kill of a nation that was Israel's neighbors (children, women, cattle, everything)? Part wants to say, "Well, they weren't following the will of God." but the other wants to say "Well, can I go and kill people today because they are not following the will of God"? I don't know. I'm on this journey and need some words of wisdom. Can someone help me without the brutal comments? Can't handle that right now.Thanks
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I am not a Christian
2008-05-26 10:36:00
Sent in by Gregory SI am not a Christian .Those words come from my mind (not yet from my lips) after forty-four years of serving Christ and his church with all of my heart. I gave my heart to Jesus when I was eleven, on Father's Day one hot June to honor my dad; I'm now fifty-five.It is a scary thing, this leaving the faith business. Perhaps some do so in disgust, anger, or despair, but for me, walking away was scary. It would have been much easier, in some respects, if I had been outed and ostracized.I'm an anime fan (google it), and one of my favorites is Fulmetal Alchemist. The main character is an atheist, as is his brother. In the first few episodes, he exposes a priest who is misleading a young girl into believing that he can bring her boyfriend back from the dead.After the priest is discredited, the girl asks Ed (the main character), "What am I supposed to do now? How am I supposed to make sense of life?" Ed's answer has brought me a lot of comfort lately."You've got legs...
Take my advice: be sincere in your search
2008-05-26 10:08:00
A letter from Charles MHello, I was impressed by the webmasters testimonial and all the work he did over the years for the Bible. I understand that there is a lot wrong with the churches in America and elsewhere. There are to many stumbling blocks put there by people in churches. Also lots of churches dont accept what the Bible says and dont understand it. I dont see the point of investigating the Bible if you dont check out the basics of what it says. For instance if evolution is true then the Bible is not. Simple. If this question is not satisfactorily settled it does not matter how well you know the Bible or how much someone wants to be a christian the whole thing is just going to self destruct at some point in the future. So check out the claims of evolution - do they really stand up ? are they really 'scientific' ? or is the seemingly implausible idea of creation more logical ? These are the issues that individuals must work out to their satisfaction.Also, what about Noahs fl...
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I give up
2008-05-24 15:17:00
By Billy BI hope that I've learned my lesson.Yesterday my Christian neighbor came to my door under the false pretense of wanting to ask my permission to place a sign endorsing a local political candidate in my yard. What he really wanted was an excuse to try and drag me into another mental cage-match over his insane worldview...(i.e. the Bible , prayer in schools, 'Expelled the movie'...etc...)I took the bait and within 15 minutes he had me so fucking mad that I literally had to laugh.Luckily the tension was broken by an important phone call that allowed us both an honorable exit from the situation, but this experience taught me a very important lesson: Engaging stupidity is self-abuse.I've finally realized that there are some situations where I will only be submitting myself to emotional torture by entering a debate with certain types of Christians. Therefore, I've given myself permission to take a passive stance and let them run their mouths while I silently plot my escape.To...
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To be a Christian...
2008-05-24 14:06:00
Sent in by Mark RTo be a Christian , Don't ask questions that might jeopardize your faith.Do not accept logical answers.God is the only truth; anyone else is automatically a liar even before opening their mouths.Believe without question.Anything that deviates from your beliefs is an automatic lie.And finally, if someone asks you to prove your faith, do not ever give them a straight answer.This is what I faced over the years. I tried to ask questions about my faith and I never received a straight answer. I asked questions about creation and evolution and I was told that Creation was the truth and evolution was a lie. I was told that Christianity is the only path to God and that other religions are false.I attended a college "Christian" club. They had a guest speaker. He was talking about how evolution and these other religions were lies and that only Jesus was the truth. I dared to question where he got his facts. I engaged this person with many questions. I was asked to leave and to...
Charges filed against youth minister
2008-05-23 18:12:00
SARASOTA -- Jesse Knowlin wanted to become a teacher's aide and seemed to be the perfect candidate.He was a youth minister at a Sarasota church. He had part-time work at a summer camp. He helped children get ready for the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test at the Boys & Girls Club of Sarasota. And those who knew Knowlin raved about his honesty, his creativity and his patience with children.Knowlin was arrested Wednesday, charged with performing a lewd-lascivious act on a person younger than 16, a felony. After questioning the second teenager, detectives added charges Thursday, bringing the total to seven counts of performing lewd-lascivious acts in the past year during sleepovers at his home.Knowlin was being held Thursday night at Sarasota County Jail, and it was not clear whether he had hired a lawyer.A Washington native who graduated from the Ringling College of Art and Design, Knowlin was a popular youth minister at Bethlehem Baptist Church and was known in teaching circles ...
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Jesus yes, church no
2008-05-23 07:03:00
From Dakota LI'll be honest. I haven't given up on Jesus , but church makes me wince. I've been very hurt by religion. I've made my own mistakes as well. I've grown up in church my entire life. I found this site after "Googling" Masters commission, as I was a first year student. I feel it created a lot of insecurities in people; I know it did for me.The no dating policy was more like "no looking in the opposite sex's general direction." I was even "confronted" for doing so in a large group of people. I had hardly had any communication with the opposite sex and was shy for the most part. Then I'm suppose to be made to feel like I am doing such an ungracious deed? I swear, it screwed me up psychologically. Even to this day, although I am happily married, I have trouble with the opposite sex. I feel very uncomfortable after being conditioned in Masters Commission. That is one thing I think was unhealthy. I was also prayed for and as the woman was praying she was screaming for the...
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Daughter of Christian music star killed by car
2008-05-22 21:45:00
Sent in by Atheist Tooth FairyNASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) ? The 5-year-old daughter of Grammy-winning Christian music star Steven Curtis Chapman was struck and killed Wednesday by a sport utility vehicle driven by her brother, authorities said.The girl, Maria Sue, was hit in the driveway of the family's home Wednesday afternoon by a Toyota Land Cruiser driven by her teenage brother, said Laura McPherson, a spokeswoman for the Tennessee Highway Patrol.The brother, whose name and exact age weren't available, apparently did not see the girl, McPherson said. No charges are expected."It looks like a tragic accident," she said.Several family members witnessed the accident, which happened in Williamson County just south of Nashville. The girl died later at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, hospital spokeswoman Laurie Holloway said.In a statement, Velvet Kelm, a publicist for Chapman, said Maria was the Chapmans' youngest daughter.Chapman, who is originally from Paducah, Ky., ...
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How can I deal with having to go to church?
2008-05-22 07:10:00
sent in by Meranda The yelling, screaming. The illiterate leaders and pastors. Sexism, elitism, arrogance and pushing people to accept something while saying "it?s a choice". It?s a lie.I don?t know how much longer I can last. I don?t have a license, no job, so I cant begin to forge a way to independence and I?m 21. I?m going to college, however. I want to invest so much and want to have about 10,000 dollars in the bank by the time I'm ready to graduate (in two years). Anyone know how to do that? Anyway...With my mom I can often say no and she doesn?t force me. But my dad is one of those, unapologetically loud, no nonsense Caribbean guys who believe church is the best place you can be. He scares me. Since I was a child, I was always scared of him. As the only child of Caribbean immigrant Pentecostals, what choice did I have?I said no to my mom on going to church, and then dad came home as my mom was getting ready to leave. He sees her and asks why Im not with her, then practicallly...
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My descent into freethought
2008-05-21 17:13:00
Sent in by JackieI have been visiting this website for about 2 years now and have made a few comments. I appreciate everyone's honesty here -- even when it's brutal. You guys have helped my husband and I become confident in who we are and what we don't believe. It's good to know that we aren't alone out there.I figured it's about time to put my anti-testimony and a couple of rants. So, here goes...I grew up in a spiritual didn't-really-know-what-we-believed atmosphere. In other words, we had no idea what being a Christian really was and didn't care. But we called ourselves Christians because... still don't know why. We started going to church when I was 17. At that time I was starting to dabble with smoking pot and having sex so my mom thought it would be good for me. It made me feel guilty enough that my senior year in high school I was a super holy-roller. I also became introduced to Master's Commission and felt that was what God wanted me to do. For those of you who don...
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