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What is your religious affiliation?

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  • Christianity

    47 29.94%
  • Islam

    5 3.18%
  • Hinduism

    1 0.64%
  • Buddhism

    3 1.91%
  • Sikhism

    1 0.64%
  • Judaism

    2 1.27%
  • I'm agnostic

    43 27.39%
  • I'm atheist

    27 17.20%
  • Other

    28 17.83%
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This is a discussion on What is your religious affiliation? within the Polls forums, part of the Announcements category; I'm a baptised Anglican, but I'm an agnostic and never really been religious....

  1. #11

    I'm a baptised Anglican, but I'm an agnostic and never really been religious.

  2. #12

    I'm agnostic.

    If I should be honest; no; I don't personally believe in a god or higher being in a manner of common meaning you give it to; in a sense perhaps most religions do.

    Yet I'm somewhat attracted to the mystical and I think there are things we don't understand yet; or perhaps there are things that we understood wrong. Things are to be explored and it will come from such things we don't understand yet, which requires some open mindness.

  3. #13

    Born to practicing Conservative Jewish parents. I was definitely a practicing Orthodox Jew in college. Now I fall somewhere between Modern Orthodox and devoutly non-practicing.

    I prefer to just call myself "Jewish"

    Most likely, I'm holding out on choosing a path until I get married or have kids. I like (some) Jewish communities very much, and the Talmud has always fascinated me and been unnaturally rewarding to study. Prayer adds personal reflection and a structured, unchanging backbone to my day. Every aspect of my daily life changes over the years, except prayer. That is... unless I don't do it

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  5. #14

    I'm an atheist.

  6. #15

    my christianity's dormant.

  7. #16

    Athiest over here.

  8. #17

    I was born and raised in a densely religious family. Catholic. Then Christian. Then I stopped believing in anything altogether.

    I would fit the bill of being an Agnostic... not believing in any deity without any kind of scientific evidence.

    I don't mind speculating what can be, though, because anything can still be.

    However, I think I may have some religious overtones that come out in what I say sometimes...unintentionally, of course.

  9. #18

    I marked "agnostic" but I consider myself a "Christian agnostic," much like Kierkegaard.

    Intellectually, I can't "know" the truth... i.e., in a way that proves it.

    But who I am aligns very much with Christian belief and values, even if I can't prove or know the concrete veracity and historicity of some claims.

  10. #19

    militant atheist

  11. #20

    Quote Originally Posted by Jennywocky View Post
    I marked "agnostic" but I consider myself a "Christian agnostic," much like Kierkegaard.

    Intellectually, I can't "know" the truth... i.e., in a way that proves it.

    But who I am aligns very much with Christian belief and values, even if I can't prove or know the concrete veracity and historicity of some claims.
    That's what I am, but my belief in my subjective experience of God being something that relates to an objective truth counts as one of the requirements for faith, which is already taken into consideration by the definition of "Christian." I have never considered myself an agnostic, even when I hadn't decided which God it was that I had been experiencing, nor did I consider myself a true agnostic even when I bordered on existential solipsism. To the contrary, my existential considerations led me to the conclusion that nothing I believe I know as truth can be proven with total certainty. Why should God be any different?





     
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