I was raised in a pretty secular household, and my parents didn't impose any religions or any spiritual affiliations on me. Before I was 7 I believed in this concept of god, but with no attached meaning, I kind of like acknowledged that people think there is this creator running things behind the scenes and I really didn't have an opinion. When I was 7, I actually began to think about this concept and actually started talking about religion and spiritualism with my classmates and seeing their perspective, naturally, being in the south, these students were taken aback when I didn't particularly know much about the subject. Their first instinct was to try and teach me every little thing about Christianity, and the more I learned about it, the more skeptical I became. Eventually I came to a conclusion, it seemed like a fairy tale to me. I didn't know that there were actually words for people who didn't believe in God at the time, so I didn't fully become an Agnostic until I was somewhere around 10-12 I think. I guess I went from deist to agnostic as a child looking back on it now (Even though my 7 year old self had no clue what deism was).