Religious people of Reddit, did you choose your religion or you were born into it? If you chose it, why did you pick that one specifically?

Religious people of Reddit, did you choose your religion or you were born into it? If you chose it, why did you pick that one specifically?

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  1. I was born into a catholic family. We when every Sunday since before I can remember for 13/14 years. I still go every time I visit family (don’t tell my granny).

  2. Born into protestantism, learned about Hebrew faith quite a bit via an ex, went to a Catholic church a few times, and read a ton about Eastern religions.

    I always considered myself spiritual but not religious, which is a douchebag copout I guess.

    Later I realized the community and support is just as important as the belief. So I just picked one, I’m going weekly, and it’s all interesting.

    I think the difference between a religion and a cult is that a religion is something you can dive into, disagree, but still get life lessons out of it, and everyone benefits.

    A cult you have to get in before you even understand what’s being said.

    I chose Christianity because it’s a story about a dude walking around helping people, telling parables, and eventually a mob murdered him. For reasons, that spoke to me

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