All Blog Posts Tagged 'i' (3)

Why I Am An Ex-Christian

Ok, so of course I have to start off with why I became a christian in the first place. I was 'saved' when i was 14 at the end of June, right before my first year of high school. During my 6th and 7th grade years, I became very depressed. I had no true interest in life and in was due largely to the fact that I had no plans for my life. I didn't know what I wanted, and basically let everybody else, but myself, make my choices.

My 8th grade year, I went to a new school and was surrounded…

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Added by Viola on June 9, 2011 at 1:14am — 1 Comment

How I became a atheist

I was born to a Jewish family and was labeled "Jewish" as a little kid i never wondered or questioned the idea of god. When I went to my first school is was a privet school called GAI Greek American Institute [I’m not Greek i was just sent there because it was a good school]. The school had a church and as a student i had to go there every few days for a class during school [this was part of class and not for after school] when I went to this class i had no clue what they were talking about… Continue

Added by fullmetal atheist on April 21, 2011 at 10:48am — 2 Comments

What am I?

I know i'm an atheist thats for sure, but i havent done much looking into what else i am. My basic views are that i dont think of people any higher than animals, therefore im just as likely to kill a person as i am a dog, in saying that, i would never kill either of which without major provocation ie. defending myself, or someone else. I think communism could work given the right leader, but i prefer a democracy. Although i like that we have a president that can make decisions for us, i do not… Continue

Added by Anthony on January 7, 2010 at 7:00pm — 2 Comments

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