I'm just curious who thinks their religious beliefs (or lack of religious beliefs) was actually a choice they made?
Being an atheist, who happens to be extremely spiritual, I can say that I had no choice in what my heart felt. I could pretend to go to church, and TRY to continue to believe in God, but it was all a lie to me. When I was growing up, and forced to attend church, my inner voice was always telling me, "No, this is not your truth". Finally I listened, and found the path that was always within me.
It wasn't and still isn't really a "choice" persay....it's simply listening to my inner path of my heart.
Is it not this way to those who believe in a God? Is it a conscious choice to continue to believe? Is it a difficult choice or a battle?
Answer by jessradtke at 12:20 AM on Dec. 28, 2009
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Answer by metalcowgirl34 at 9:52 PM on Dec. 27, 2009
i dont think its a choice, i didnt choose to be a satanist, i just am lol.
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