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Old 01-21-2010, 11:08 AM   #1
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Default Religion question

My wife and I had this discussion last night. Most of us and our friends were raised in a religion but no longer practice that religion. This seems commonplace for couples without children or couples under 30.

Were you raised in a religion?
Did you practive that religion in your 20's?
Did you go back to a religion after you had kids?

I don't want to start a holy war, but I am curious if anyone else shares the same experiences.
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