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TheMitter

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#1 12 years ago

Just curious at to which religeon you all are. I myself am a Heretic of the Christianity, in otherwords, I don't believe that denomination has it right, I believe in god and jesus, but I have my own opinions on christianity.




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#2 12 years ago

I believe in the best one. My own.




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#3 12 years ago

I'm atheist. There *might* be a god out there but it sounds highly unlikely to me, if there is we will find about it eventually. I did went to a Roman Catholic school though and yes I do respect religions.

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#4 12 years ago

I'm a Confirmed Roman Catholic. I'm going through the phase where I question and doubt my religion right now, but I'll come out of it I guess. No one 100% accepts their religion anyway, so it's all good.




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#5 12 years ago

Well I was born into a Jewish family but do not "practice" it. Right now i'm a Christian but I do not go to church or anything like that.




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#6 12 years ago

I am a Flying Spaghetti Monsterist. We believe that the Flying Spaghetti Monster (FSM from here on in) created the world as follows: Mountains, Trees, Midgit [sic]. Common theory suggests this was done in one day, and then spent the next 3 days creating the rest of the universe, finally resting the last 3 days of the week. Humans were not, I repeat, not created in His image.

Heaven contains endless volcanoes of beer and a stripper factory. The three core values of Flying Spaghetti Monsterism (or Pastafarianism) are: 1. Flimsy moral standards, 2. Every friday is a relgious holiday, and 3. Come on, our Heaven is way better than Christianity's.

FSM is omnipotent, invisible, and very powerful. It has been written by the earliest Pastafarians that FSM is a male. How does he become invisible? When light strikes His body, light is obviously reflected. But this 'noodly-fied' light renders Him invisible to the human eye. How he flies is another mystery, but hey, He's God, He can do what He wants. Our prophet is a man named Bobby Henderson. He spread his belief of Pastafarianism, and demanded equality from the Kansas School Board for his, and our, beliefs.

Pirates are considered to be divine beings. But as their numbers decline, the followers of FSM increase. Customary dress for pirates who worship FSM (usually those of the Orthodox sect) involve a normal pirate hat with spaghetti on top.

PRAISE TO THE FLYING SPAGHETTI MONSTER!

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#7 12 years ago
TorpovI am a Flying Spaghetti Monsterist. We believe that the Flying Spaghetti Monster (FSM from here on in) created the world as follows: Mountains, Trees, Midgit [sic]. Common theory suggests this was done in one day, and then spent the next 3 days creating the rest of the universe, finally resting the last 3 days of the week. Humans were not, I repeat, not created in His image. Heaven contains endless volcanoes of beer and a stripper factory. The three core values of Flying Spaghetti Monsterism (or Pastafarianism) are: 1. Flimsy moral standards, 2. Every friday is a relgious holiday, and 3. Come on, our Heaven is way better than Christianity's. FSM is omnipotent, invisible, and very powerful. It has been written by the earliest Pastafarians that FSM is a male. How does he become invisible? When light strikes His body, light is obviously reflected. But this 'noodly-fied' light renders Him invisible to the human eye. How he flies is another mystery, but hey, He's God, He can do what He wants. Our prophet is a man named Bobby Henderson. He spread his belief of Pastafarianism, and demanded equality from the Kansas School Board for his, and our, beliefs. Pirates are considered to be divine beings. But as their numbers decline, the followers of FSM increase. Customary dress for pirates who worship FSM (usually those of the Orthodox sect) involve a normal pirate hat with spaghetti on top. PRAISE TO THE FLYING SPAGHETTI MONSTER! www.venganza.org

Forget what I said earlier. I like this much better. Down with 'God' up with FSM!




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#8 12 years ago

I'm hindu, race would be tamil. but like Großadmiral Dönitz said, I dont really believe in god. he might be there might not be there. But I do respect all that believes in god. :)

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#9 12 years ago

I'm not religous at all I don't believe in god or nothing. but I respect other people who do I let them express this. :)




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#10 12 years ago

Technically I am Episcopalian (Anglican, for the Brits). This is the religion King Henry the Eighth created so he could divorce his wife, so it's basically the protestant version of Catholocism. I was born into it, but have not found a compelling reason to convert to any other religion thus far. I am not what I would consider die-hard religious (very mildly so, in fact, almost to the point of disbelief), however I do enjoy attending church and I find attending church to be very relaxing and comforting, which is one reason I go.

Hey, if God doesn't exist, believing is not doing me any harm, right? ;)