Which religion were you born with.. or which religion do you actually believe in?
No religion, but I believe in chaos energy and fate.
So I am a fatalistic chaotist. But that's no real religion, it's more like a philosophy for me, a name or titel that describes my way of thinking and my thoughts about questions that no one will ever be able to answer.
You mean to say you were raised without religion or you decided not to follow the one you were raised with?
I decided to follow not the religion I was born into.. the catholic faith tortured me because my family was very religious. I decided to go out of this "religion" when I was 14..but it was really late.
After being indoctrinated into pseudo Christian values by state school I came to the conclusion that all religion acts as its own judiciary. Taunting crimes of passion as childcare justified by a socially cohesive narrative. I like religion how I like God. Silent.
I am baptized under Roman Catholic church.
I have read the Bible (including from other Christian sects) but I could not quite and completely agree to everything in it. Tried to enter Taoism once, but still failed to convince myself of enlightenment. I haven't found any logical truth about God -- but they would say, "Have faith, and let faith show you the truth" -- inane.
I'm still using Roman Catholic as my religion, but that's only in the papers -- legal, etc.
I don't practice any religion.
I am agnostic.
I was baptized under The Catholic Church too. All the members of my family are Catholic, and obviously they made me go to a Catholic school as well. It wasn't until I had 14 when I realized following the rules of an imposed religion, which no longer hadn't meaning for me ,was a stupid way to lie to me so I became an Atheist.
My parent's wouldn't accept my atheism , and the are very untolerant with this kind of crap so I had to hide it all these years.
On the last years I started to read about Buddism and I have developed interest in the point of view that religion has about life. I have tried to look up for buddist communities in my city in order to get more information and extra motivation to be buddist, but I got very dissapointed when I realized buddist communities in my city are sects which are looking for money.
I was also raised into the catholic church but now I'm just taking the best aspects of all religions, especially buddhism
Was raised christian, my mother is still a born again christian. I left the church at age 15, and consider my beliefs an odd mix of atheism and celtic reconstructionism.
Essentially, I don't believe in any kind of god, per se, but rather spirits that have gathered an unimaginable amount of power and become recognized as gods.
It should be noted that most of the Celtic gods are in many cases not gods in the traditional sense, but folkloric people who do extraordinary things and are posthumously worshipped for their dedication to qualities.
I was raised with catholic values but I was never really into that . I respect other's religions but there are so many close-minded people that sometimes i feel like hating every belief that exists.
Personally I like to think that there is just something else that we can not explain , something that is more powerfull or smarter than us , it can be spirits , aliens , one supreme being,a society,a weird stone!.. i don't know ,but it has to be something behind the beginning of the universe that fit into all those missing pieces that science can't explain.
Time ago I got interested into " wicca " .I prefer to worship a tree or the moon rather than an imaginary being just because is popular.
The Heisenberg uncertainty principle lead my to my own idea of "God".
Id do believe in a higher Spirit that exists within all of us and everything, but i don't believe in any Religion. All of those seem Imperfect to me.
I was Born and raised Christian, but i left the church some months ago...
I'm Christian. But I'm no bible thumper. I treat everybody as equals and I never condemn. I believe there is many gods out there so no religion is more right than the other.
I was born christian, but never really believed in god. And by now, I have begun reading philosophy, some being around god. I do believe something godlike exist, and only the person completely following his passion can become this übermensch, as Nietzsche calls it.