Also, how messed up is this.
The second is the view supposedly a few miles from where I am now, and the first is where I currently am.
- Yes, and still am religious.
- No, but converted later
- Yes, and am now nonreligious
- No and am still not religious.
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Yeah, and I still am religious, but I had a fucked up childhood and I think most people would come out non religious from it.2
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My mother is a Protestant-Christian and my father an agnostic-atheist. Half of my family is probably Christian, while the other half either an agnostic or atheist. I wasn't forced to believe in anything and could believe what I wanted to. My family is liberal. But if I went to funerals, weddings, confirmations etc. it almost always happen in the church. My mother also sometimes took me to the church at Christmas because she didn't want to go alone, but after I stopped being a Christian, she accepted that I wanted to stop going to church then. My family celebrates both Christmas and Easter.
Here's my belief journey in right order:
Protestant -> Agnostic -> Nihilist atheist -> Agnostic -> Theist1