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What faith are you?
I was brought up and continue to be Catholic. I go to church most Sundays and am active in my parish. How about you?
Well I was born Presbyterian but also attended the Anglican church when I was about ten years old. When I was at my best friends house for weekends I would attend the Catholic church on Sundays. I married a Catholic but in the Presbyterian Church. I believe in God but I do not attend church on a regular basis.
My father is Presbyterian
My mother was Muslim
I'm just a Christian. I believe in God(/Jesus) and I try my best to live a life without (lie, dishonesty, anger, drug, alcohol etc....), I can risk my life for anybody...
I am non-denominational and I am a christian. My faith is always in God and his Holy word.
I was brought up in the protestant faith and went to church until about 10 years ago. I do believe in god, but I don't go to church very often.
I was born Catholic and went to school and church very devoutly for about the first 16 years of my life. As I grew older however, I have changed my views on the church and the world. Now, I would say that I am agnostic.
My Parents are Catholic & Baptist but I'm Eclectic Paganism.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS). Also known as Mormon. My family is LDS and Southern Baptist. My wife's family is Thai Buddhist and LDS. An interesting mix, but it works! LOL!
I was raised Baptist, but now attend a non-denominational church. I consider myself to be a Christian, not of a particular religion.
I come from a Christian family but became an Athiest sometime in my teens. Honestly, organized religion (especially fanatics such as neoconservatives) scares me. Organized religion has done more harm to the development of society than anything else I can think of. The self-fulfilling doomsday prophecy and its affect on our current relationship with Israel is particularly alarming. I'm not singling out Christians; Jews and Muslims are equally as delusional from my perspective. Basically, any religion which claims to have a holy book inspired by the word of God terrifies me.
Christian denomination of one.
I study other religions and philosophies, science, mathematics and logic. Occasionally, I go to church with my Catholic wife.
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