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Old 01-21-2010, 03:03 PM   #3
BendtheBar
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My mother had us baptized Lutheran. We went to Sunday school until about the age of 7. After that, no church.

My wife and I explored churches after out kids were born. We were pretty "Christian ignorant." We wanted to teach our children right and wrong.

We spent a year church shopping. We ending up learning a lot from the teachings of Jesus, and changed many of our views and actions. But we're not Christian by any means (if you would ask a Christian).

I've studied a lot of Eastern philosophy in my 20's. I really didn't find much direction from it, but learning about it was soothing and mellowing.

I spent a good 2 years of my life researching and studying world religions. This became a passion of mine when we began exploring churches. I learned a lot during this time, but I would prefer to keep my mouth shut
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