I don't really believe in God, or agree with the things my church does... But I go almost every Sunday and help with Sunday school.
I don't disrespect the church or its members for their beliefs... Is it wrong for me to continue to attend the church if I'm technically not Christian?
- Yes. Stop attending.Vote A
- No, as long as no one is being disrespected.Vote B
Most Helpful Guy
No its not wrong but as you said you don't disrespect the church, its members or their beliefs, so that doesn't mean you can't visit every now and again. Most people feel that once you are agnostic/atheist that means you are anti-religious and it doesn't. It just means you disagree with something. Also, if many of your friends are atheists/agnostic and you are religious and your friends invite you to a respectful atheist meeting, where people just voice opinions and point out why the disagree with religion then you don't have to decline either.0
Most Helpful Girl
nah it's cool. Christianity is supposed to be all about acceptance after all. i also know for a fact you don't HAVE to be christian to go to church.1