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You claim to be of God
Yet you hate everyone.
You dub us rockers devils
And claim we are depressed.
If you are a man of God,
Then why do you hate so much?
I dub you a hypocrite, a Nazi at worst.
Christianity has become a bad religion.
Truth has been turned into lies.
God is a concept
By which we measure our pain.
What we call God is Something inside us.
I don't need sacraments.
I don't need baptism.
I don't need thees and thous.
I don't need burning crosses.
No one can be saved by blood.
There is no second coming
Nor is there going to be a rapture.
The things Jesus, Buddha, and the others said were right.
The translations went wrong.
To love others is my God.
To do the right thing is my religion.
Don't make it a bad religion.
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Jaclyn Glenn explains where she stands in terms of religion and why she identifies as Agnostic.
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What do you think of this quote, from the God Galaxy in Futurama's episode, "Godfellas"?
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when you do things right people won't be sure you've done anything at all
This may come as controversial to some, but I feel that I need to get this off of my chest. I was raised a Christian, but now I'm a deist. This is my story.

Growing up in the tip of the Bible Belt, I was raised a Christian, specifically Southern Baptist. My grandfather was the pastor of the church that my family went to. As I got a little older, I grew to love the church. My grandmother was a Sunday School teacher, and by my early teens, I became one of her most dedicated students. However, one Christmas, something began to change.

In 2010, I almost lost my mother to myocarditis. I still felt...
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