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Ex-True-Christian

Started this discussion. Last reply by Heather Spoonheim May 29, 2011. 26 Replies

Hey everyone, I'm kinda new here. Been lurking in the shadows, never made a real post until now. I've hesitated to get involved because I don't like the label "atheist" (too much baggage,…Continue

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Your Religious Status
Atheist, Secular/Nonreligious/Agnostic
About Me:
Musician/Composer, Proponent of Reason and Critic of Faith
Age
25-30
Why are you here?
Community, and to exchange ideas online
The religion you left
Christian
Why you left your religion.
A study of the sexual values of Christianity over the history of the church revealed the extreme forms of superstition regarding the topic, as well as a carefully detailed study of the gospel of Mark as an allegory for the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70.
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At 2:23pm on May 29, 2011, Heather Spoonheim said…
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