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Comment on The Journey from Christianity to Atheism by Richard P.

When I read the parts there about how you spent entire nights at church praying and worshiping God, it just illustrated to me how easy it is for Christians to be taken in by the whole charade. If I was a Christian and knew you were doing that, I’d be inspired by you and thinking “wow what a great Christian!” I bet any Christian would be. But now they would say “you were never a true Christian”, wouldn’t they? Although I don’t know how they could possibly say that witha straight face when chances are they would never be that dedicated themselves.

For me, when I deconverted, I went through the denial stage for quite a while before I finally had to admit I no longer believed. My largest stage was grief/depression stage would lasted for around 5 years. Anyone who would ever think it’s a choice to become an ex-Christian is an idiot. It was very difficult and very heart breaking and I would have stayed a Christian if I could, because it gave me the false belief that I was going to live forever and that God had the everything under control. A nice cosy delusion.

The anger stage for me came after the depression stage, but fortunately it didn’t last long because I realised there was nobody or no thing to be angry about. I couldn’t blame God, because he didn’t exist. I couldn’t blame my parents for indoctrinating me, because they were just doing what they thought God wanted them to do. I thought about blaming myself for not geeting real sooner, but it’s not my fault I was indoctrinated. Maybe only society can be blamed for allowing people to indoctronate their children? But you can’t really punish society.

Fortunately I am now at the acceptence stage. Over the grief, over the anger and over the fear of Hell. Now I can see Christianity for the load of crap that it is. Oh it would be lovely to live in that comfortable delusion again, but just like going back to belief in Santa Claus, it would be impossible.

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