"Congratulations Wesafc...I know this wasn't the easiest thing for you to do. When it boils down to the essence of life, we realize we are born indivduals, alone, by ourselves, even though we have and rely on others for our survival. …"
I'm sure that my de-conversion story is similar to many others, but it is a story that I haven't told that many times. Hopefully, though, there may something that is helpful to the readers.Growing up within the bible-belt, I was raised christian and required to attend church at least three times a week. My parents had been deeply religious for as long as I can remember, and they had full intentions of making sure that I followed in their footsteps. However, even as young teenager, I was more…See More
We all come from different backgrounds & have different reasons for identifying ourselves as atheist or agnostic.Whatever your story is, we'd like to hear it. Please share & encourage others who are considering "coming out"!See More
Hey Everyone! I'm a married father of two living smack in the bible-belt. Things most important to me would be my family, education, and awareness of religious challenges to our freedom. As well, I tried to stay informed on latest scientific knowledge.
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I look forward to reading about the opinions of others in all matters, especially those pertaining to atheism and people's encounters with religion.
The religion you left
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