I was brought up Hindu, but it was never really forced upon me; fortunately, my parents understood my skepticism and allowed me to choose my own path. However, while in high school, many of my Christian friends didn't share my parent's laissez-faire attitude, it seemed that one person or another was constantly trying to "save" me. I did humor them once, I attended church for a while, and even studied some of their fairy tales during bible study sessions. I found it all very amusing at first, then deeply disturbing - how could so many otherwise intelligent people be swept up in the same delusions?
Anyhow, it seems that I just wasn't built for faith, I can't remember a time even in my early childhood that I wasn't skeptical of religion's ricockulous claims. But I did believe in Santa Claus, go figure!?
The burden of proof lies with those that assert the existence of a god, not the other way around. To my knowledge, no credible evidence has ever been put forth.
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