Post # 122
Now I follow the teachings of the Buddha but I was baptized in the AME chuch, raised Musilm, baptized again as an adult, and found my home w/in Buddhism. I’ve always been an extremely spiritual person and accept all of God’s true prophets. I am truly blessed to have a mother who encouraged all of her children to find and develop their relationship w/ God. And I will do the same w/ my children.
DH was raised to believe in God yet he is against organized religion.
Post # 123
AME? This isn’t one I am familar with, what does the acronym mean?
Post # 124
I consider myself an ‘other’ because I was raised Catholic/Methodist but I pull ideas from lots of religions and I haven’t quite found my niche yet.
Post # 125
My Fiance is the CEO of Athiest while I am Agnostic.
Post # 126
I was raided as an Evengelical Lutheran (Christian). I went to Sunday school as a child and so on. Nowadays I am an agnostic leaning towards atheism.
Post # 127
I’ve never quite established whether I was athiest or agnostic, but after reading http://atheism.about.com/od/aboutagnosticism/a/atheism.htm I think I could be an agnostic atheist. I don’t believe in God, I was raised in a household where higher powers were never discussed and so I can hardly comprehend the idea, and if the need for knowledge classes the agnostic, then I would definately call myself an agonistic…. However at the same time I’ve never had the desire for answers, I’ve never felt the NEED to know, I have always been happy with the way I grew up. I might sound like I’m partially contradicting myself but I’m having a hard time finding a better way to word it.