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David Jun 12
Replying to @soggywareqenab
Lol you don’t see movement because leaving Christianity doesn’t put your life at risk. What is the punishment for apostasy?
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Tim Sledge Jun 15
Trying to understand evangelicals' love of Trump then realized four things “God” and Donald Trump have in common: Both are always right, both treat men better than women, disagreeing will end your relationship with them, and nothing is ever their fault.
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🖤Kayla Jo🖤 Jun 10
1: I don’t go to church anymore but my husband and six kids do. I am and . But today I had a meeting today with our senior pastor and youth pastor bc my 7 year old girl and 10 year old boy said the youth pastor showed them his butt crack and made a joke
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Dragonfly Lady Jun 8
If anything, Christians on Twitter have shown me I made the right decision to run from that indoctrination. I have no space to share with hate-filled people.
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🎃 MindShiftPodcast 🎃 Jun 11
If you’re an or an , do you see yourself as MORE loving & accepting of others now that you’ve left religion behind? Ironically. One major change: no longer viewing others as “projects” that we constantly have to evangelise. That makes a huge difference!
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Dragonfly Lady 2h
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Thoughts of an Apostate Jun 12
So this is my old anointing oil my former pastor gave me to use for my faith healing adventures. I forgot I still had it. I was gonna toss it, but decided to keep it is as a good reminder of what can happen when you don't practice skepticism in your life.
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Atheist on a Soapbox Jun 8
What makes religion so dangerous is not just that’s it’s a lie, but that it’s a lie people build their entire lives on. If you build your life on a lie, you will naturally become the enemy of the truth.
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Thoughts of an Apostate Jun 15
Christian accountability partners be like: Have you been doing your qt's? How's your purity? How's your walk? 🙄 Jesus Christ, this used to irritate the hell outta me.
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stuck in the south Jun 9
Replying to @whychristians
But you guys, my and friends, he has used me up. All the ways he's taken advantage of me over the years, treated me like one of the kids, criticized my mistakes and ignored my successes, made me responsible for his emotional state...
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🖤Kayla Jo🖤 Jun 11
Self reflection on where we are wronged can be good. So maybe the pastor continually cut me off and ignored me while i was trying to speak my hurting heart ...he didn’t care. (1)
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🖤Kayla Jo🖤 Jun 9
Is fear learned? Like if people weren’t taught hell for not being a certain way...would they fear death? So many and people, including myself, start off their deconversion fearing eternity in hell for a deconstruction we are not choosing (1)
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Dragonfly Lady 4h
Is anyone really surprised? The ones who yell the loudest are usually the ones with the most to hide.
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RocknRollSoul 11h
And this is why that 81% of not only voted for him in 2016, it explains why they’re ecstatically happy with him 2 years in.
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Atom 🎃 Jun 16
My second video is available for viewing! I decided to introduce myself and give a little insight into my motivations for doing this as a former homeschooler and young earth creationist. give it a watch/listen.
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stuck in the south Jun 10
"I see women feeling their voices are increasingly welcome" says Russell Moore of women in SBC churches. Sure, buddy, women are speaking critically of the SBC because they feel welcome and listened to.
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Muppet Unicorn 14h
Replying to @Iboughtapurse
toward eternal torment/away from eternal paradise, will do that to you. The beliefs are gone but the anxiety is still there...that shit is deep and my brain just hasn’t unlearned it yet. So, that’s why I’m socially awkward. It’s just the PTSD 😂👉🏽👉🏽
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Justin Bezanson Jun 11
I continue to find Progressive Christianity and Christian Mysticism intriguing yet confusing. I can't wrap my mind around a faith that is based on personal experience without required doctrines. Anyone have a favorite podcast? I've been listening to The Liturgists.
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🖤Kayla Jo🖤 Jun 14
Replying to @GoltzmanStuart
Ya but they taught hell in isolation where I’m from. Completely by your self for eternity..burning like fire. Gnashing your teeth. Being tormented. No friends...wanting to die...but not able to die. Happy eternity lol...I don’t believe in hell
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Tim Sledge 2h
Christianity promotes an oversimplified view of life by reducing a myriad of complex issues to a few sets of false binary options. Leaving faith enabled me to embrace life in all its complexity.
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