annandatje Posted January 6, 2011 Share Posted January 6, 2011 While intriguing and sometimes inspiring stories of religious conversions and de-conversions abound, seldom do we hear of cradle naturalists who either were never given to magical thinking or abandoned it by their own personal age of reason. Are there people here who, regardless of genuine efforts at religious training, were unable to absorb spiritual beliefs that were based upon supernatural paradigms because of their own lucid rejection of the supernatural? People who do not grapple with the troubling issues discussed in de-conversion stories because they do not find the basic premises of religions credible? People who were born unable to believe something without a perceived sound basis for doing so even if millions or billions believed it and even if the individual wished it were true? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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