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Whats your religion?
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17 / F / ewan ko
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Posted 6/25/12
I grew up in a Catholic environment.

I believed that I am an agnostic for years before, until I decided myself what I believe and what I would want to believe. and ended up still being a Catholic. haha, I don't think I'm brainwashed after all. I can still be doubtful at times but meh.
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27 / M / Gotham City
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I'm an agnostic.

I lean towards the belief that there is no God. Of course I am unable to prove that stance so an existence of one (or many) is a possibility although I think it's unlikely.

To quote Epicurus:

"Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is not omnipotent.

Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent.

Is he both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil?

Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God?"
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26 / M / 東京, Vancouver
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Posted 6/26/12
Shinto/Buddhism/Agnostic
Posted 6/26/12
im muslim and im damn proud of it
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im a Muslim
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27 / M / Chicago
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Posted 6/26/12

kylejh210 wrote:

Shinto/Buddhism/Agnostic


doesn't the last one kinda cancel out the other two?
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The church of Madoka.
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Don't have one, I am an atheist; the disbelief in any god or supernatural higher power.

If you were born in India you would probably be a Hindu, if you were born in the middle east you would probably be Islamic, if you were born in central Africa you would probably be a Christian. There are so many religions and or "cults" that not all of them can be true. Yes people can argue having a "faith" gives you hope. Yes, but faith is believing in something without proof. What if your wrong then that's false hope. To me saying a "creator" must have created the world is such a lazy answer. Science and some scientists are humble and says "we do not know the origins of the beginning and we are working towards an answer patiently. In my opinion evolution disproves a god instantly anyway.
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23 / F / New Zealand
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Posted 6/26/12
Catholic.
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Roman Catholic.
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20 / M
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Posted 6/26/12 , edited 6/26/12
Technically I was baptized, but my life is pretty much entirely secular. I guess you could say that makes me an atheist, but in order to be one I think you have to actively deny the existence of a god, whereas I just simply live my life without any thought toward religion.
Posted 6/26/12
The only one that makes sense to me, Buddhism.
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20 / F / philippines
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I'm a born-again Christian... But it's not more on the religion.. More of relationship with Christ.
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Mayan orthodox
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Posted 6/27/12 , edited 6/28/12


Obi-Wan told us this himself in episode three.
Anakin: "If you aren't with me, then you're my enemy."
Obi-wan: "Only a Sith deals in absolutes."
Now plug that into Christianity, if you don't worship God then you go to hell. There is no middle ground and no ability to coexist. You're either one of God's followers or thrown into another plane of existence.
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