I have none. I was brought up as a protestant, my grandfather was a protestant priest. At the age of 9, I wanted to convert to Catholicism and started taking ehh church classes. At that time, even the thought of becoming a nun didn't seem that scary (I'm not kidding). I was a strong little believer, had a crucifix hanging over my bed and a little altar on my shelves - sang in the church choir every Sunday (non of this was forced upon me). My mother didn't go to church and neither did my brothers.
I think this was one of my first little INTP projects - after having explored it *sufficiently* for a few years, I moved on to other strange obsessions.
You appear to have a very limited vocabulary and lack the ability to identify the correct responses for a variety of different questions. A deficient vocabulary can hinder you in many ways; you may struggle to find the correct words when speaking, fail to understand what others are communicating to you, or come across as inarticulate to others.
Well, here we may have a problem. Problems aren't bad. In fact, they're excellent opportunities to learn.
I'm not sure if I'm alone in my divinity, or if everyone who is living, has lived, and who will ever live merges into a single, timeless consciousness upon death. We could all be God, me and you could be God, or you could just be wrong. You see, you may be conscious, but if I'm the only temporary God amongst the mortals then your consciousness is nothing more than a product of my mind - the universe.
If you want to turn this discussion into a hula hooping contest, then just go ahead and say, "NO, I'M THE TRUE SOLIPSIST". If not, then perhaps you can share insight into my/our divine nature.
I'm Catholic. I was born & raised Catholic but research & a lot of learning has reinforced my faith. I'm not extremely religious, but I would consider myself more religious than a lot of people my age.