I used to think Mass was boring...until I realized Christ was being made present in the bread and wine. And then it blew my mind every time.
I can't believe in a God or afterlife that would reject my favorite TV or video game characters. Thinking about how an afterlife like that would even work has been more spiritually inspiring for me than actual religions. I'm going to some sort of hell, I'm sure.
Sure, I can believe in God. But I can’t really imagine a God who would care about my day-to-day life, much less a God who’s going to intervene and magically help me on my physics test.
I feel like I’ve stumbled upon something really great with God and I want to tell you, but I know you wouldn’t understand.
When I was 15, I found myself praying for the first time and saying, "God, if you help me win this golf tournament, I'll go to church." I did win the tournament, but then I thought "Sucker! I'm not going to church!"
I stopped believing in God the day my mom died. Sometimes I want to believe again, but I just can’t.
Sometimes I just know something’s going to happen before it does. I don’t know how I know it, but I do. And then it happens. I don’t really tell anyone about it because it’s creepy.
If my parents knew that I've been dating a "non-believer" for a year and a half, they would FLIP OUT.
Much of my worship and praise music is pirated. Am I Christian-Copyist syncretist? Or just a bad Christian?
I agree with the core values and morals that most religions encourage. But it bothers me that some people need a story or religious doctrine to show them how to act morally. Why can't an action be intrinsically right or wrong?
Most of the time I don’t believe in an afterlife, but I often imagine my dead friends in heaven and I talk to them, even though it makes me feel guilty.
I had a very strong Jewish upbringing. We observed all the traditions and celebrated all the holidays and I even went to Hebrew school. But in all that time, I don’t think I ever had a conversation about _God_. I don’t think I ever even thought about God.
Secretly, I’ve always believed I’m destined for some great purpose. But I have no idea what that is, and I’m terrified I’m going to miss it.
Since I can't prove whether or not God exists I choose to believe just little bit - the thought that God might exist is comforting.
I know there's a God because my girlfriend is hornier than I am!
This stuff is on my mind a lot so sometimes I try to talk to my friends about spiritual or religious stuff, but then they look at me like I'm crazy and it's just awkward.
I have a close friend who's a devoted Christian. She's awesome, but sometimes it's like she thinks Jesus is her boyfriend... and it's just weird.
I've totally pretended to be in to religion & stuff to score points with girls who were all spiritual.
I like many aspects of faith, but the idea that my friends are going to suffer eternally in Hell because they grew up in some other culture is F*d Up!