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What religious ideas made you reject the one to be a religious person?

timeflies 3 June 16

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The notion that religious faith accurately explains or predicts actual life outcomes. Rather, religious faith -- or at least the religious faith I was suckled on -- is hardly even as right as a stopped clock.


All of them.


Crap ideas.


The idea that people who never heard the word of "god" would still go to hell as professed by the Southern Baptists of SW Texas.


I never liked the religious idea that independent thinking was an affront to God and the traditional beliefs that an organisation held sacred. I was in the Jehovah's Witnesses and they believed that unity in doctrine was more important than actual truth. The leaders did all the thinking for us, believing that they came to their conclusions by inspiration.


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The hate and racism I saw in the Christian alt-right during the 2016 was the last straw, and I dumped Christianity for good.

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Too many to list here. The more I learn, the more atheist and anti-theist I become. So much so, I sometimes worry about confirmation bias.

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