Q: I grew up as a “P.K.” (a “Preacher’s Kid”), but when I reached my teens I got tired of all that and went in a much different direction. That was over 40 years ago, and now I’m wondering if I went too far. How can I find a faith that’s right for me, and isn’t just my parents’ faith? — W.R.
A: You should ask yourself why you need to find a faith at all. Many people have no faith in supernatural gods and live happy, rewarding lives. You may have rejected your parents faith because you were able to see that it is irrational. Whatever the reason was, I hope that you explore it further. You may come to the conclusion (as many others are doing) that faith in any type of god does not make sense. For further reading, see my posts in the Rejecting Belief category and my recommended Reading List.
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