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Re: What is your religion?

#91 Post by jdeisenberg » Thu Jun 23, 2011 10:57 am

Jew by birth, atheist by choice.

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Re: What is your religion?

#92 Post by Riviera » Thu Jun 23, 2011 2:05 pm

I bounce between atheism and agnosticism. Still trying to figure out what I really believe. I was raised christian.
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Re: What is your religion?

#93 Post by azureXtwilight » Fri Jun 24, 2011 3:53 am

Catholic, born and by choice.

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Re: What is your religion?

#94 Post by SilverxBlue » Fri Jun 24, 2011 7:25 am

I was born a Catholic, but I honestly don't know my religion anymore. I mean, my father is a Born again Christian and my mother is a Catholic, and whenever I reside in my father's house they make me attend to their church, but whenever I live with my mother's side of the family they make me attend the Catholic mass. D:
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Re: What is your religion?

#95 Post by emeraldgreen » Sun Jan 29, 2012 9:46 pm

Christian by birth and choice... :3
at least I think...it's my choice...? =.=
I honestly don't know anymore D:
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Re: What is your religion?

#96 Post by Thelo » Mon Jan 30, 2012 6:05 am

I stopped believing in religion around the same time as I stopped believing in Santa Claus. I've never felt any urge to "return" to either, for approximately the same reasons.

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Re: What is your religion?

#97 Post by AlexisPius » Tue Jan 31, 2012 2:43 pm

What a coincidence, I've actually been coming up with my own religion recently. It is sort of a combination of Euhemerism, ancestor worship, and classic polytheism.

The main idea is that once you die, you are elevated to another plane of existence. There, you can have great powers or great weaknesses based on a number of factors - mainly how you behaved in life. You may use some of these powers to influence the human world.

Building on this idea, all "gods" were once humans. Beings like "Zeus," "Krishna," and "Yahweh" were simply prehistoric kings who managed to amass great power in the afterlife.

You can influence either "gods", historical figures, or your own ancestors, if you wish to do so. You may do this through activities like prayer, worship, or sacrifice.

And good news - we're accepting converts if anyone's interested.

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Re: What is your religion?

#98 Post by LeandroP » Tue Jan 31, 2012 6:09 pm

Agnostic, but I like reading and hearing about other people's thought about death, life and unknown phenomenon's of the world.
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Re: What is your religion?

#99 Post by dramspringfeald » Tue Jan 31, 2012 6:23 pm

Agnostic here. there may be a god, there may be something out there but the people in charge of your religious institutions are not much better then Used Car Salesmen. these people don't care about you, they only care about taking your money and your freedom.

Not really that Offensive because I'm including all religion there.
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Re: What is your religion?

#100 Post by silenteve » Tue Jan 31, 2012 7:51 pm

I think Agnostic?
I mean, I think that there may be a God, but he obviously doesn't care. He dumped us here on earth to make our own kingdoms, like he did with earth. :p
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Re: What is your religion?

#101 Post by Michiyo6918 » Wed Feb 01, 2012 12:29 am

I'm Buddhist... actually my family is Buddhist so my default is Buddhist though I'm not that faithful :_: (And right now I'm in a Catholic high school and has to go to Mass every now and then =]])

My best friend is Catholic, before when I talked about demon and devil to her she would freak out but now if I tell her "Go to hell!" she would laugh and said "I would like to do that!" (we have an inside joke about this, I would never said that to her, if I said it it would go with "No don't go to hell!! You're not worthy enough!!") because apparently I have shown her a lot of hot guy that belong to hell (Sebastien from Kuroshitsuji, Satan, Lucifer) and most of the bishounen I drew are demon-jerk =]]
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Re: What is your religion?

#102 Post by Snow Blossom » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:11 pm

I'd say agnostic, slightly on the atheist side. Truthfully, I'd love to believe whole-heartedly in a religion, but too many parts of real life make me feel that it's impossible.

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Re: What is your religion?

#103 Post by HigurashiKira » Thu Feb 02, 2012 12:05 am

Catholic, though not entirely faithful.

I go to church only during special events (Like Ash Wednsday, Palm Sunday, etc.) though usually I don't go, nor do I pray often ^^;
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Re: What is your religion?

#104 Post by Zylinder » Thu Feb 02, 2012 7:01 am

Agnostic, with some leanings towards the atheist side. Nothing much against religion itself, but I hate people who use it as an excuse for persecution, crimes, zealotry and all that something strong.

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Re: What is your religion?

#105 Post by Lumen_Astrum » Thu Feb 02, 2012 8:09 am

I sort of noticed lots of people here are either agnostic or atheists. :) I can't really change that. If that's what you believe, I can't do anything about it.

@Zylinder: Well, even though I'm a strong Catholic, I don't really want to give "It's against God's commandments" as a reason why you shouldn't do faults. It's not just that. We can give lots more reason why we shouldn't do "the bad things", and not just because of our faith.

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