Have you doubted or questioned your religion ever? What's you religion? What made you doubt it? Where do you stand now?
Most Helpful Guy
I used to be agnostic, so i came to Christianity through rational deduction and logic. It is the only worldview that can provide an objective basis for the things we trust and take for granted when we don't think about things like the mind, ethics, our worldviews.
I came to the realisation based on a combination of history, philosophy, science so i'm very confident in the belief rather than if i mindlessly adopted them. I have questioned before but have found the answers through research and critical thinking and in fact they strengthened my beliefs.
(and yes, i have looked into all religions and beliefs including atheism)1
Most Helpful Girl
I was raised to be Christian and doubted that from around 11 years old. I didn't understand why people believed in something that seemed highly unlikely and hadn't been proved (there is evidence for both a god existing and not existing, just it hasn't been proved yet) and I didn't like the way my father preached about stuff without following it through and expected me to believe in it when I hadn't really been given an option. Also, I'm an ancient history student and I was always super interested in Greek myths and I remember being very confused that we consider those just to be fairytales and legends whilst I was expected to believe the bible was the truth. I guess it also had a bit to do with my sexuality later on, I couldn't get why a god would create people and say he'd love them always and then condemn them for being the way he made them. It just didn't make sense to me and I've been atheist ever since that whole big moral dilemma of 'am I a bad person if I don't believe? am I going to hell' which I gotta tell you, was not fun for an 11 year old to worry about.0