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What Is Your Religion or Worldview?

What is your religion or worldview?


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YoursTrue

Faith-confidence in what we hope for (Hebrews 11)
Ok I have a question in reference to this thread. Someone here said they stopped being a Christian. What does that mean? What does a person do or not do when they "stop being a Christian" or any other religion I suppose. Maybe another thread is involved...
 

Rival

Si m'ait Dieus
Staff member
Premium Member
I reject Christ as my savior, and don't believe in the Bible as the divine world of God. I choose to not follow any of this any longer and form my own thoughts.
That's not a religion or worldview, though.

What do you believe?
 

SalixIncendium

अग्निविलोवनन्दः
Staff member
Premium Member
Ok I have a question in reference to this thread. Someone here said they stopped being a Christian. What does that mean? What does a person do or not do when they "stop being a Christian" or any other religion I suppose. Maybe another thread is involved...
Then they change their vote and create a new post.

Are you planning on stopping?
 

Snowman

New Member
I would class myself as a non resistant non believer. So agnostic atheist? I don't see evidence for a god but cannot claim a god does not exist.

I'm on my own journey recently and open to ideas, current delving into philosophy. If something can make me believe in a god, so be it, who knows what I will discover.
 

vijeno

Member
Agnostic atheist, but I feel that's not telling an awful lot, it just answers 2 simple questions.

I am strongly influenced by buddhism in a few regards, and by stoicism. I studied sama kabbalah and do a lot of chakra sutff and meditation.
 
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