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#292 - anon
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(06/02/2012) [-]
I've often wondered about this, actually.
If a child is raised under one belief - taught of one faith, and one alone - can they really be considered "faithful"? They're only living life the way they've been instructed to, and have been made to grow up without room for much diversion.
Nothing can come along to properly test their faith, nor will they consider their faith themselves, because they see the beliefs imparted by their parents the way we see the lessons we were taught at school - simple facts that shouldn't be questioned. I didn't think faith was supposed to work that way.

Sorry for the long post.
#303 to #292 - anon
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(06/02/2012) [-]
This is why the idea a particular religion is "right" is nonsense. Same for the country you grow up in. That's not something to be proud of.. it's an *accident*. (credit: George Carlin)