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    on paper, Liberal Anglo-Catholic Franciscan (that's a branch of a branch of a branch within the Anglican/Episcopalian church).

    But I'm also still on the books as a Roman Catholic and a Muslim... cos they don't really take you off, once you're on *shrug*

    in practice, I get accused by some of not even being Christian at all because of my "heretical" views... but I feel no conflict or confusion between the various influences within me.
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    I am nothing.
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    I've got a question for all people that are religious.
    How can you logically believe there is a god?
    God is no different to Santa or the easter bunny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insidious 3 View Post
    I've got a question for all people that are religious.
    How can you logically believe there is a god?
    God is no different to Santa or the easter bunny.
    I could give you a logical argument, but you obviously aren't a logical person. I mean Santa and the easter bunny aren't even like each other. Logically how can both be like God?

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    The closest term I've found to describe my belief is naturalistic pantheism.

    But I usually just call myself agnostic so that I don't have to explain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frenchkiss View Post
    The closest term I've found to describe my belief is naturalistic pantheism.

    But I usually just call myself agnostic so that I don't have to explain.
    +1.

    Except maybe Pandeism/Panentheism.
    Evolution is also a pretty big part of whatever it is I believe.

    But I like Buddhism best. Maybe one day. I generally believe a Dharmic way of thinking is most beneficial to humanity.

    It's more philosophy than 'religion', but I'm just going with the thread.
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    If *religion* is

    1. Belief in and reverence for a supernatural power or powers regarded as creator and governor of the universe.

    then my religion is Biblical Christianity.

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    By title? Jew. I am also a zionist.

    By faith? Agnostic. You can't prove the nonexistence of God. But I don't believe in him.
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    I was raised Catholic but identified as agnostic up until a couple of years ago. Now I identify as Catholic, though I believe that God isn't limited to the structure of one organized religion. St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Augustine can be thanked for my "conversion" on many levels. I identify with C.S. Lewis when he said that he was "very angry with God for not existing" before his conversion.

    I believe that life has meaning, and the only way I can believe in that is if I submit myself to a higher power. Spirituality is an important aspect of happiness and overall wellness, and I of course believe there is a reason for that.
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    Agnostic, maybe Atheist

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