I decided to do a fairly in depth bible study today and sadly, i ran out of time. Somehow, in this study, the mention of Greek philosophers sort of discovering monotheism came up in a commentary and my brain started to wonder. If there is a God, why don’t more people acknowledge Him? I grew up Christian, and the more I live, the more I study, the more I cling to this as a heritage. I also know several people who once were “Christian” but have chosen a different path for various reasons. And sadly, twitter, with it’s 140 character cap isn’t the venue for said discussion. One friend asked if I had G+ but I don’t. (too many people circling me and not enough time to weed them out) If i did, that would be a perfect place for this topic! But since I don’t, i’m asking you, the interwebs to comment. If you once claimed to be a Christian, but no longer do, why the change? Conversely, if you are a Christian, but have had a crisis (or crises) of faith (and thought about, or even walked away) why’d you stay Christian?
Please be respectful in your comments. Disagreeing is ok, but trolling is not. If your comment comes across as disrespectful, I may remove it. If i liked the forums, i’d post there, but i kinda hate the trolling so…. DISCUSS!