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What's your religion?

wyrdsister

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If I had to say then it would be Taoist/Buddhist but I don't subscribe to organised religion, even though I am fascinated by it!
 

SolitaryWalker

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We need to talk about religious philosophies that we believe in, and not religious groups that we are part of.
 

Eileen

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I'm epistemologically agnostic and devoutly Christian (progressive Anglo-Catholic/Episcopalian).
 

cafe

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My religious beliefs most closely align with the Assemblies of God, but I go to a non-denominational, charismatic-leaning church. Although some might consider me slightly agnostic because I don't believe that you can prove there is or is not a God or Gods.

*checks the AG website to make sure beliefs still mostly align with "16 Fundamental Truths"*

Yeah, they pretty much match, but I wouldn't stake my life on a few of them, like the eschatological ones, for instance and I don't practice, cannot bring myself to practice, evangelism.
 

Ivy

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I'm epistemologically agnostic and devoutly Christian (progressive Anglo-Catholic/Episcopalian).

I could have written this myself except change Anglo-Catholic/Episcopalian to Quaker Anglo-Catholic.
 

Merk

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My worldview very much coincides with Zen Buddhist/Taoist teachings. Although, like wyrdsister, I would not label myself as such.
 

macjoven

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Mystic evangelical liturgical Christian. (Episcoplaian who hangs out with the meathodist too)
 

Totenkindly

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Mystic agnostic Christian, probably... not sure which of those words to emphasize most.

[Spent most of my life within the conservative Christian community and started that as a foundation for my belief but have gradually decided that there's a lot of give and take on details that conservative Christianity usually doesn't allow for.]

Always searching, though.
 

SolitaryWalker

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Mystic agnostic Christian, probably... not sure which of those words to emphasize most.

[Spent most of my life within the conservative Christian community and started that as a foundation for my belief but have gradually decided that there's a lot of give and take on details that conservative Christianity usually doesn't allow for.]

Always searching, though.

So raised in Christian mythology that preaches that Gods existence is absolute and provable and now you're still in faith, yet epistemically agnostic?
 

Eileen

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Mystic evangelical liturgical Christian. (Episcoplaian who hangs out with the meathodist too)

HOLLA! :)

I've done time with the Methodist set too. :) I've got fondness for those confused/misplaced Anglicans...

Ivy said:
We need to rap.

Can somebody say PRAISE BAND????
 
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