I Believe Sarah

 

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I recently wrote this post about Sarah Braasch. although the post seems to be well received by you, my. readers, no one bothered to comment one way or the other. That’s okay, I don’t expect people to comment on every post, but I thought this ws an important piece that I hoped others may get behind, research it as I did, and form an opinion. I was also hoping that some would subscribe to her channel on YouTube, where they would be able to hear from Sarah herself.

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God? Not So Much

 

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How many gods are there? Well, of course an atheist would say that number is zero, but there are those that worship a variety of deities, some, like in Hinduism, much older (depending on the scholarship) of either Judaism or of course Christianity. There are still practitioners of Zoroastrianism  in the Middle East, which is over 3,000 years old.  It seems that even in ancient Israel, the land of one god, in the 8th and 7th centuries BCE, people were still worshipping other gods, as have been found in archeological excavations and described in The Bible Unearthed.

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Fear of Hell and Conversion Tactics

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During my deconversion process I have continually added books on deconversion and atheism to my library and read through as many as possible and continue to do so.  As someone who went through this journey it compels me to read and learn how others escaped such severe indoctrination in their belief systems and in my case fundamental Christianity.  Based on everything I have read and my personal experience it seems there does come a final awakening moment when you realize that your belief is gone, and you no longer believe in a deity.  I’m not talking about non-belief on the surface but deep down inside of you.

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