Joined: Mar. 2008
|I was raised in a liberal baptist church... which means that we weren't fundies like some, but more so than most.|
We have different backgrounds. I was raised by churchgoers who never discussed faith or theology except in a historical context. At age 11 I attended confirmation classes. It was my first exposure to the concept of faith, and it simply didn't take. I was already reading about evolution in Life Magazine. (1956)
I never rebelled against faith because it was never important to anyone in my family.
My point is that this is not a particularly rare point of view. It's been the norm in my social circles.
”The 2nd law states how systems work when no intelligence is involved.”