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Dembai (Tracy Hilliard) Apr 20
Atheistic paganism, a thread. Since there are a few and others who are as well but miss some of what made having a faith practice good for the soul, let's talk about atheistic pagans a little. Since I am one.
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Not Quirky, Just OCD Apr 16
Are there any or peeps who were told that things like horoscopes or tarot cards or things of that nature were ungodly and to stay away from them, or was that just me?
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Wendy McClelland 6h
You know why I get tired of arguing with theists? Because they either claim 1) I was never a "real Christian". 2) I was the "wrong kind" of Christian. 3) I had the wrong teachers or bible interpretation. Too tired to argue anymore today. Be well all.
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Wendy McClelland 9h
IF the resurrection was a fact, there would be NO doubt it happened. EVERY person on earth would be a believer in Christ.
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Frances_Larina Awareness Month Apr 19
# GoodFriday tweets are creeping me out a bit. So many are intended to induce a strong sense of guilt & shame underlying a sort of weird "Go, Team Christian!" inspirational message. Blocking the hashtag.
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Josiah Apr 16
Question for fellow parents: How do you handle the religious influence of extended family believers over your children?
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MindShiftPodcast Apr 19
As an evangelical, I was always obsessed with "biblical end-times prophecies." Was anybody else? I was always scouring the news for the latest development. The EU was the revived Roman Empire; the Euro, the first step toward the Mark of the Beast...end is nigh!
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An Exvie in Europe Apr 16
I'm staying with my evangelical parents this week. They don't know I'm a . They took me to a café held by a lady from their church. Her 18 year old daughter popped in for a second and when she left they were talking about how to get her to go to church..
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nightlightr Apr 18
, why didn’t you teach us how the bible was formed? Did you think we couldn’t handle it? Was it not worth your time? and people, do you still have questions for the church after leaving the faith?
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I AM 3h
Fun fact: Christianity was once based on animal sacrifices. And they claim to be the moral ones. 🙄🙄🙄
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Matt 😔 4h
God bless all of you celebrating god resurrecting and forgetting the children being separated from their moms at the border. You are pathetic cowards just like your president. 🙏🏼🖕🏽
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The Life After Podcast & Community Apr 16
Dr. Marlene Winell joins Chuck and Brady to discuss her life-changing book, "," and her ground-breaking research on Syndrome! Listen on all your favorite podcast apps, including Spotify TODAY!
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Not Quirky, Just OCD 13h
Today is the first Easter Sunday of my entire LIFE that I did not attend an Easter service. I have gone EVERY SINGLE YEAR. It feels like weird and I feel almost empty. How would someone combat the feeling of I’m doing something inherently wrong?
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Daxon 🐺🐭🐨🌚 14h
Hey my folx, I'm conducting a short ritual this morning affirming my disconnect from christianity - namely, saying the lord's prayer backward. On , the religious abuse & trauma are hitting hard, & my battered brain needs something to remind it we're safe.
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Josiah Apr 12
One of the many difficult aspects of being is figuring out whether it's worth it to be open about the changes that you've gone through or whether it's sometimes better to just pretend everything is the same for the sake of others. 1/4
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Ay Ayron 6h
Replying to @lindsaythebrave
Today was the first Easter I didn’t go to church — ever. I don’t ever remember missing, even accidentally. I chose not to go today. It’s super weird. Freeing and sad/lonely at the same time.
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Atheist on a Soapbox Apr 16
I’m not an because I don’t know what the says: I’m an because I do. I was an impressionable child when I became a Christian; I left as a thinking adult.
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MindShiftPodcast Apr 17
This quote perfectly captures the essence of a person’s deconstruction. In the church (& cults), our original personality is suppressed. She said: “After I left the church, I looked for God, but he wasn’t there. Then I looked for ME, and...I wasn’t there, either.”
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Josiah Apr 17
Replying to @JosiahMahon
At what point, though, does it no longer make sense to define ourselves by what we used to be? And when that point comes, what do we become? Should we walk away from labels entirely? I don't know the answer, but this is something I struggle with. 2/2
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Deconversion Therapy Podcast 7h
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