Just a little introduction I didn't want to use as my bio:
While I was raised in a Christian household, I only ever identified as such for the 5th grade in an attempt to gain popularity. My parents did a great job of teaching their 4 children to think for themselves and I have questioned the premise of religion since I was about 5. Growing up in Georgia and being openly not Christian throughout public school meant many people were scared of me, thought I was a witch or devil worshiper and insisted on "saving my eternal soul" by bringing me to their various churches. Because I'm far more open minded than they were, I went to every single invitation to a church throughout school. Not only did none of them impress me or convince me to accept Jesus Christ as my lord and savior, many of them actually made me quite disgusted by religion in general. I've always respected the concept of faith and think it is important for people to have something to believe in, but I think that thing should be tangible and it would be best to simply have faith in yourself and your own capabilities, or faith in scientifically established laws of nature- something measurable and malleable.